Many readers of SurvivalBlog are Christians. For us, the search for a desirable "vote with your feet" relocation locale includes a very important criteria: finding a good church home. I am of the opinion that finding a good church home is our Christian duty, and that it honors God. It is also an important factor in finding acceptance in a new community. By joining a church congregation that shares your world view, you can very quickly become part of a community, rather than being perceived as just "that new guy". In many locales, this shortens the time required for a high level of acceptance and inclusion as a part of "the we", by years.
In my experience in the western United States, Reformed churches tend to have a very high percentage of families that are both preppers and homeschoolers.
When I put forth my American Redoubt plan, a key aspect was that it would be primarily geared toward fellow Christians, Messianic Jews, and conservative Jews.
Here is a list of my own criteria, for you to consider, perhaps as your baseline. (Note: I come from a Reformed Baptist background, so your criteria may differ):