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Old 07-25-2014, 05:18 PM
 
Location: Auburn, New York
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I know you get a mix of personalities in every city but I feel most places i have lived (mainly Cali and FL) are full of extraverts.
The world is full of extroverts (aprox. 60-70% of the population). This is especially true in the Midwest, where the people are super friendly and outgoing. This is why I love that area so much (I am an outgoing extrovert myself and fit right in).

The least extroverted region I've ever visited is Upstate New York and New England. If you want to live someplace where people keep a low profile, mind their own business, but are still liberal and progressive, consider Rochester, New York; Albany, New York; Portland, Maine; Burlington, Vermont; or Manchester, New Hampshire. This region is snowy, but not as cold as the Midwest. Upstate NY and New England have the most beautiful summers in the world. It's warm (upper 70s or low 80s), but without extreme heat or suffocating humidity.
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Old 07-25-2014, 06:31 PM
 
Location: Jacksonville, FL
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The world is full of extroverts (aprox. 60-70% of the population). This is especially true in the Midwest, where the people are super friendly and outgoing. This is why I love that area so much (I am an outgoing extrovert myself and fit right in).

The least extroverted region I've ever visited is Upstate New York and New England. If you want to live someplace where people keep a low profile, mind their own business, but are still liberal and progressive, consider Rochester, New York; Albany, New York; Portland, Maine; Burlington, Vermont; or Manchester, New Hampshire. This region is snowy, but not as cold as the Midwest. Upstate NY and New England have the most beautiful summers in the world. It's warm (upper 70s or low 80s), but without extreme heat or suffocating humidity.
Agreed. I am an introvert and fit in quite well with the reserved nature of New England. That doesn't mean that people aren't outgoing though. Just less so than other regions. And of course, it depends on the individual. Actually, I heard that the most introverted area of the U.S. is the PNW.
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