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What Is The Best Place To Live In America? Pros And Cons For All 50 States


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08/30/2012 09:51 PM
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What Is The Best Place To Live In America? Pros And Cons For All 50 States
If you could live in any state in America, where would you go? During troubled times like these, what is the best place in the United States to live? A lot of people are asking these kinds of questions these days. Our economy is on the verge of collapse, natural disasters are becoming more frequent and more intense, the U.S. population is becoming angrier and more frustrated by the day, our government has become incredibly oppressive and controlling, war could break out at any time and evidence that society is breaking down is all around us. As our world becomes increasingly unstable, many families are considering moving somewhere else. But what areas are best and what areas should be avoided? Is there really a “best place to live” in America? Well, the truth is that each family is facing a different set of circumstances. If you have a great support system where you live, it can be really tough to pick up and move 3000 miles away from that support system. If you have a great job where you live now, it can be really tough to move some place where there may be no job at all for you. But without a doubt there are some areas of the country that will be far better off than others in the event of a major economic collapse. This article will take a look at each of the 50 U.S. states and will list some of the pros and cons for moving to each one.


The following are some pros and cons for all 50 states….


Pros: warm weather, southern hospitality, relatively low population density

Cons: hurricanes, tornadoes, crime, not enough jobs, multiple nuclear power plants, rampant poverty

Overall Rating: C+


Pros: great fishing, lots of empty space, low population density, great for rugged individualists

Cons: very high cost of living, earthquakes, volcanoes, extremely cold, short growing season, too much snow, potentially cut off from supplies from the lower 48 states during an emergency situation

Overall Rating: B


Pros: warm weather

Cons: illegal immigration, wildfires, return of dust bowl conditions, not enough jobs, not enough rain, multiple nuclear power plants, crime, gang violence, Phoenix

Overall Rating: D+


Pros: southern hospitality, warm weather, Ozark National Forest

Cons: tornadoes, Clintons, New Madrid fault zone, multiple nuclear power plants, crime, rampant poverty

Overall Rating: C

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Last Edited by waht on 08/30/2012 09:52 PM
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08/30/2012 10:19 PM
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Re: What Is The Best Place To Live In America? Pros And Cons For All 50 States
I checked out the site you posted and I disagree with a lot of it. Arkansas gets a higher grade than Indiana? Arkansas is a shithole. I've driven back and forth from Indiana to Texas many times and the drive through Arkansas is the part I dread the most. My mother-in-law was from there so we've gone there to attend more family functions over the years than I care to count.

When listing the pros for Indiana, they failed to mention that Indiana ranks 3rd in the freest states in America, and ranks number 1 in personal freedoms. They also negelected to mention inexpensive housing.

When listing the cons for Texas, they said drought and not enough rain. Ummmm..isn't that like the same thing?

The only thing they could list as a pro for Pennsylvania is a high Amish population? What about all the early American history?
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Re: What Is The Best Place To Live In America? Pros And Cons For All 50 States
Whoever wrote that has clearly never been to New jersey and is only going off of what they've seen on the ifiot box.

NJ Pros: beautiful beaches, pristine farmland and mountains all within 1-2 hours of each others. (and proximity to several major cities if that's your thing...)

NJ Cons: Waaaaay to many goddamned people here! (and many have become a bit cranky) as well as some of the other problems the author mentioned.

I also disagree with the assessment of California. Southern Cali sux, but i lived in Northern Cali. (Humboldt County) for a year and it was one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen.


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