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Here Are the 10 Best, Worst States to Live In

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WalletHub looked at all 50 of them, examining more than four dozen metrics in five main categories: affordability, including home prices, taxes, and cost of living; economy, education and health, covering everything from high school graduation rate and quality of schools to life expectancy and premature death rate); quality of life (think commuting time, traffic, and bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues per capita); and safety, which looks at the rate of violent and property crimes, as well as traffic-tied fatalities. 

Best States

  • Massachusetts (No. 1 in "Education & Health" category)
  • New Jersey (No. 1 in "Safety" category)
  • New York (No. 1 in "Quality of Life" category)
  • Idaho
  • Virginia
  • New Hampshire
  • Florida
  • Wyoming
  • Minnesota
  • Wisconsin 

Worst States

  • West Virginia
  • Kentucky
  • Alabama
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
  • New Mexico (last in "Safety" category)
  • Arkansas
  • Louisiana
  • Alaska (last in "Quality of Life" category)
  • Mississippi (last in "Education & Health" category)

Check out where all 50 States landed here


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