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Just like anything else in life, every action that we take has advantages and disadvantages, and moving to another state is one of them. Although there are a lot of people who love the city they live in, many other individuals have to spend their lives somewhere they don’t like. 

For example, according to a study done by the Pew Research Center, nearly half of Americans would rather live somewhere else than they do now because they are dissatisfied with certain factors, such as the norms of their community, crime rates, or even pollution. Of course, there are people who won’t agree with this list, but a large number of U.S. respondents have determined that these are the worst states in the United States. 

That being said, if you plan to move to another state next year, you might want to think twice. Here are the worst U.S. states to live in, according to inhabitants. So, let’s find out together if you are in one of them. Read on for more info!

1 thought on “Top 7 Worst U.S. States to Live In 2021. Are You In One of Them?”

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  2. I lived there, I know.WE were so poor,and did not know it, my parents took care of that. In Louisiana,there are 4 forms of living,cotton,wood fish off shore trade. Left when I was 19.

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