Rich white squash players, luxurious mansions and Yale University. Let’s not forget, the birthplace of George W. Bush.
Connecticut: the pool life.
Connecticut is the fourth wealthiest state in the US with an average household income of $62,276. So basically, you have to be really well off to be able to afford to live in Connecticut. While it’s not true that everyone is rolling in dough, the stereotype of the Connecticut cookie-cutter family living in their mansions in the suburbs holding a glass of rosé while floating around on giant pool floats is definitely accurate.