For me personally I want to live in either California or Florida. I just like warmer weather and both states seem to have something fun to do. Anyway I just shared my two cents now your turn.
I like where I am living now. BC, Canada is awesome.
I'd love to live in the UK. I despair of American society, the American people, the American economic system, and especially American politics.
If you think a simple change of venue is going to change the show that's playing, then by all means go for it. Don't be surprised if you find the exact same public ignorance, political and business bullshit, and racism as you do here in the US. Just a horse of a different color.
Anyhow, no one has said it but I will. Mother-fucking-ALASKA. Something about untamed wilderness strikes a deep manly chord in me. It strikes flames that hadn't burned since our ancestors first trekked across the US, beating anyone skull in who said otherwise. I could do with less of the beating, and more of the just EXPLORING. The mountains and forests and fields of snow. I'm not fond of the cold, but I bet with enough jackets I could get used to it. And plus---isolation. I like being able to feel that when I walk off the back porch.
Also it's one of my life's dreams to see the northern lights. I feel like it's something I can't know exists and NOT see with my own eyes.
Why would you want to move to what is essentially a lamer, colder, more expensive version of the United States?