I have been studying the interesting statistics on this site, here on this link...... http://www.ssdfacts.com/dds#Approval
As you can see from this link, there appear to be huge discrepancies in the CDR approval rate by state. For example, Arizona has a relatively low CDR approval rate of only 78% (and also a low initial approval rate of only 28%, which I am assuming is relevant since the same people who make the initial decisions in the state are presumably the same who make the CDR decisions).
So if you contrast this with Wyoming, you will see that Wyoming has a whopping 97.5% CDR approval rate (and a 53.6 initial approval rate).
Considering how dependent my survival on SSD is, do you feel it would be a much "safer, more secure" decision to therefore move to a state like Wyoming because of their comparably higher CDR approval rates instead of a "riskier"(?) state like Arizona that has a much lower CDR approval rate?
What could account for such big differences between the states? Even Arizona's neighbor (New Mexico) has a much higher CDR approval rate than does AZ. I was actually thinking about moving to Arizona because its climate appeals to me. But reading the statistics on this link makes me worried that it would be a risky choice to do so. So I'm eager to get your brutally candid thoughts on this. Thank you.