According to a report from TopAgency.com, not all states are cut from the same cloth. Some excel in education, while others may be better at infrastructure. Which are the most well-rounded? Which come out on top as the best places to live in the U.S.? which ones are the worst? Topagency’s latest data study set out to answer these questions by comparing the 50 states on 8 key dimensions: Affordability, Crime & Safety, Economy, Education, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Opportunity and Quality of Life. These dimensions were ranked using 76 relevant metrics. Here’s what they found: Vermont was #3 and New Hampshire was #4. New Hampshire ranked as the safest state and Vermont ranked third. Vermont’s health care was ranked top in the nation and N.H. was fifth.
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