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I’m a huge advocate for my beautiful home state. I moved away nearly 5 years ago, but it’s still a huge part of my identity. And, honestly, if Ryan wasn’t so “There are places to live other than the Mid-Atlantic Region?” I’d probably be living there now.
So, if it can’t be me, then I’ll encourage all of tumblrdom to move to this majestic state.
Gallup’s annual well-being poll named North Dakota as the Happiest State in the Union. It scored a 70.4 out of 100, bumping Hawaii (the frequent #1 holder) to number 8. The poll is measured by life evaluation, emotional well-being, work environment, health behaviors, and access to basic essentials (food, healthcare, shelter, etc.).
North Dakota was strong in all 6 categories, and ranked 1st in both work environment happiness and physical health.
Gallup released this poll just weeks after Apartment Guide revealed Williston, North Dakota is the most expensive place in the US to live.
Williston, ND is #1
San Jose comes in at #2
San Francisco is #3
and Dickinson, North Dakota is the 4th most expensive place to live in the US.
That’s right. TWO small North Dakota towns are more expensive than New York City. A 700-square-foot one-bedroom apartment in Williston costs an average of $2,394 a month.
So, other than the outrageous rent, North Dakota rocks!