These Are The 10 Worst States To Live In America

We used science to determine which states in the U.S. are the real pits.

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Is the USA a perfect place? Far from it. In fact, there are lots of places in America that are lousy.

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

The result? The 10 Worst States To Live in the USA. Enjoy the video below.

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10 thoughts on “These Are The 10 Worst States To Live In America

    1. I feel the same way about Florida. The bugs, snakes, and alligators aren’t typically an issue. They typically avoid humans. Crime isn’t great but I think it’s gotten better, And California has way more gang activity. And if you’re from Florida you don’t mind the heat, which in central Florida isn’t horrific really. It’s also one of the most affordable states to live in.

      1. that’s a lie, I live in Florida and I’ve been here for 14 years. The mosquitoes are the worst, don’t even go outside after 5pm if you don’t want to be covered in bites unless you’re running, skating, biking, or anything in a fast pace lol… Orlando, in my experience is a hot place for crimes lmao. Public education here has sucked too. \(‘-‘)/ Sure, parts of Florida have great prices for real estate, but with the tourism and old people clogging the roads and not knowing how to drive, I’d say it pretty much is garbage. Gators have chased my brother, I’ve been chased by angered snakes. And the weather here is even worse, it’s the end of October with 95% humidity. Yum!

  1. Kate. California is a large state. Okland isn’t safe to drive period. Los Angeles has several gangs. I worked in South Central LA for 12 years. 2 riots and still feel safer there than many suburbs near my home in San Diego.

  2. As a student in Tennessee, I can confirm the school thing. I haven’t been to all the schools, but i’ve been to a ton of them and most of them sucked, whether or not it was academically, how they handled things like drama, bullying, etc or how the teachers treated the students.

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