What is the best State in the U.S.A to Live in ?
Looking to move from the East Coast !
I'm guessing maybe Hawaii??
The weather's perfect, but in terms of job opportunities, it may be not that great. Another drawback is that the Natives there do not like people from outside the state.
Well I haven't lived in the majority of states, but I do rather enjoy the East Coast though you're looking to move away from it. Beyond the East, I like the Midwest like Missouri and Indiana for quiet and peace.
Texas Love this place. Wide open areas, plenty of people, etc.
They all sound nice, but I am a little country for these places..
Florida, Florida and more Florida. For a variety of reasons, Florida.
by Jake3 years ago
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