As President Obama and his administration touts the 2010 Affordable Care Act as universal healthcare, some Americans feel it’s a form of socialism – based on pure income redistribution. But if America is really turning into a more socialist country, then where can we see evidence of this happening? Are any states becoming socialist before our eyes? We’re ranking the 10 most socialist states in the country, determined by state spending as a percentage of the state GDP. In order to measure the degree to which different states reflect socialist principles, we determined state expenditures and state GDP as the best indicators because socialist states tax and spend a higher percentage of their GDP. Is your state on the list? TheStreet's Kurumi Fukushima has details from New York.

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