Top 11 States to Live In

The top 11 states to live in, based on a variety of factors, including median income, population and population density, geography and location.

#1 Texas

Texas has a median income of $58,146. It is the second largest state in the union, both in terms of population and area. Texas is nicknamed the “lone star state” in reference to its former status as an independent republic. It is home to six of the twenty most populous cities in the United States, with the largest, Houston, being 4th, and San Antonio and Dallas being 7th and 9th, respectively. Texas leads the U.S. in export revenue, and has the 2nd highest gross state product. If it were a county, Texas would be the 10th largest economy in the world.

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#2 California

California has a median income of $66,637. It is ranked 3rd in area and 1st in population. Los Angeles and San Diego are the 2nd and 8th most populous cities in the United States, respectively. It has the largest economy out of any other state in the union, and if it were a country, it would have the 6th largest economy in the world. It is considered a global trendsetter, and is home Hollywood, which is the home of the film industry

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#3 Massachusettes

Massachusetts has a median income of $72,266. The city of Boston is its capital and also its largest city. It is the most populous state in the New England area, and has deep roots in American colonial history. It has a population of 6.8 million despite being the 6th smallest state in the United States. Cambridge, MA is home to two of the most prestigious higher learning institutions in the world, Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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#4 Minnesota

Minnesota has a median income of $70,218. It is home to the “twin cities” of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, where nearly 60 percent of the state’s residents live. Its nickname is “the land of 10,000 lakes” which is apt, seeing that there are 11,842 lakes in Minnesota. Its standard of living index is among the highest in the United States, and is home to several professional sports teams, including the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Minnesota Vikings.

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#5 Vermont

Vermont has a median income of $60,837. Vermont is the 2nd least populous state in the US, and the 6th smallest. It is in the New England area of the United States, and shares a northern border with Canada. It is the leading producer of maple syrup in the union, and was the safest state in 2016.  It is routinely voted one of the healthiest states in the country, and was named the smartest state 2005 and 2006.

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#6 Oregon

Oregon has a median annual income of $59,135. It is in the Pacific Northwest, and is one of the northernmost states in the union. Its largest city is Portland, which is well known for its hipster styling and its young, progressive population. It is home to Crater Lake, which is the deepest lake in the United States, and is one of three continental states to have pacific shoreline.

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#7 Hawaii

Hawaii has a median income of $72,133. It is the only island state in the union, and is also the youngest state in the union, with its statehood being granted in 1959. There are 8 main islands that make up Hawaii, the largest being Hawai’i island. Hawaii is well known for its beautiful geography and environment, with tourism being a very important part of its economy, and its lead employer.

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#8 New Mexico

New Mexico has a median annual income of $48,451. It is in the southwest and does not have a winter season. The scenery is spectacular with the deserts and rock formations. It also has the four corners where Arizona, Colorado, and Utah are all have borders on each other.

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#9 Ohio

Ohio has a median annual income of $53,985. It is located in the American Midwest and stretches from the Ohio River and Appalachian Mountains in the south to Lake Erie in the north. It is home to three major cities, Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in downtown Cleveland, on the shore of Lake Erie, and the Pro Football Hall of fame is in Canton.

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#10 Georgia

Georgia has a median annual income of $53,527. It is also located on the Gulf of Mexico and is not too far of a drive no matter which part you live. Not only do they have major cities like Atlanta and Athens, they also have smaller communities to reside in.

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#11 Florida

Florida has a median annual income of $51,176. It is located in the southeast and the peninsula separates the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. It is having a tropical climate and rarely sees temperatures close to freezing. It also has big cities like Miami and Orlando but has smaller communities to live in as well that are close to these cities.

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