Perhaps, you must have asked yourself this question many times. Which is the worst state to live in America? Today we tell you about it.
To define the list of non-recommended sites, it is necessary to analyze several key aspects. For example, they are evaluated by: life expectancy, unemployment rate and average cost of housing.
A report based on data provided by the United States Census Bureau and the FBI was recently published on the subject. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Bureau of Labor Statistics also collaborated.
The 20 Worst States to Live in the Union
In 20th place is Georgia, which shows a life expectancy of 77.3 years and has a median income per household of $66,559.00 USD. The cost of the house is approximately $249,700.00 USD, the cost of living is around 16.4% and it has an unemployment rate of 3.1%.
In the case of Pennsylvania, the parameters behave as follows: 78 years; USD $68,957.00; $222,300.00 USD; 16.3% and 4.8% in the same order.
Nevada, ranked 18th, has a life expectancy of 78.1 years, a median income of $66,274.00 USD, a home value of $373,000.00 USD. The cost of living is 18.1% and the unemployment rate is 5.2%.
With similar data, from positions 17 to 10, the states of Michigan, South Carolina, Illinois, Texas, North Carolina, New York, Missouri and Ohio appear.
Kentucky is in ninth place. There they highlight, negatively, their low income per household, $55,573.00 USD, and high cost of living, 15.6%.
Locations 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 and 3 are reserved for Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, West Virginia, New Mexico and Arkansas.
Finally, the two worst states to live in are Mississippi and Louisiana, both of which have cost of living above 15%. They correspond in the lower family incomes shown by official statistics.