These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Kentucky


We used science to determine which cities in the Bluegrass State are the real pits.

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Is Kentucky a perfect place? Far from it. In fact, there are lots of places in The Bluegrass State that are lousy.

In order to run an analysis on where the worst places in Kentucky are located, we had to measure everything from crime, the local economy and even the public school funding.

The result? The 10 Worst Places To Live In Kentucky. Enjoy the video below.

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3 thoughts on “These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Kentucky

  1. Leitchfield is not bad. It’s a nice quiet town. Yes, you do have to drive a good distance if you want a decent paying job (my husband works at Ford in Louisville) but we’d rather live here than move closer to his work.

  2. I grew up in Campbellsville and I’ve been to a lot of the towns on here and yeah poverty is bad but that’s everywhere. Who ever did this clearly can not be from Kentucky. I love my home state and my hometown!

  3. Flemingsburg is actually a great place to live and doesn’t deserve to be on this list. People who live here are happy and well adjusted and it is a beautiful charming little town. We are not perfect but we are the “friendly town that hospitality built”. Also, you failed to show pictures of the actual downtown which is clean and did I mention charming. Like any town there are the one or two streets which could use some updates, but I can go anywhere in this town and feel safe and not meet a stranger. I’m guessing that you didn’t really take much time to find out about our town or you would have realized that it should never have made this list. This link will take you to a blog post that shows many wonderful snapshots from around Flemingsburg. Enjoy! https://teresalhardymon.com/2015/10/29/small-town-memories/

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