These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Oregon


We used science to determine which places in The Beaver State are the real pits.

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

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

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

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5 thoughts on “These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Oregon

  1. What a mean spirited video. Its not by accident that these formerly thriving towns are dying. When your state government does everything it can to shut down the industries that provide jobs in the rural towns, this is what you get. Portlandians dont give a hoot about the eastern, southern, or south coast of Oregon. They outvote the rest of the state and rural Oregonians do not feel they have a voice in state issues. Meanwhile, Portland’s permissive culture has created a huge heroin problem amongst the youth there. Most of the state is so alienated that there is a resurgence in intetest to create a “State Of Jefferson” which would include most of Oregon and Northern California who also feels marginalized. Social issues aside, the tone of the video is condescending, arrogant, judgemental and sarcastic. If it was aiming for humor it was an epic fail.

  2. Ha! Having lived in a couple of those towns, being born and raised in Grants Pass, lived in Cave Junction, spent many summers in Brookings, I can tell you from personal experience that these towns being bad won’t keep Californians out, they’re bad because the Californian’s have come in and dragged the towns down. They used to be very nice, happy, good places to live….not anymore.

  3. We have lived in California since 91. I have never thought of being from here. Born and raised in New Mexico, that’s where we are from. There are lots of good people here but never truly felt that it was home. Here’s hoping there are places in Oregon that want good honest people to come in and settle.

  4. Home grown Oregonian! I have lived here my whole life (with the exception of the few years we lived in California and opted quickly to move home) The frustration for me is simply the many people moving here and we all know it is because of the legalized pot. Some of us didn’t vote to make it legal yet we will still feel the affects of crime, over population, insurances going up etc. People need to remember that it is still illegal on a federal level and I know how to contact the feds. Maybe work on passing a bill to legalize pot in your own state so you can stay the hell out of ours!!!!

  5. I have to agree with Donna, except for the “these formerly thriving towns are dying” part. If you bother to go ask the people who actually live in those towns you’d get an entirely different picture.

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