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View Poll Results: What is the city or college town with the highest percentage of creative, friendly, and liberal 18-2
Ithaca 1 25.00%
Boulder 0 0%
Portland 0 0%
Providence 0 0%
Chicago 1 25.00%
Charlotte 0 0%
San Fransisco 1 25.00%
Detroit 0 0%
Boston 1 25.00%
Other (Please post which and why) 0 0%
Voters: 4. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-15-2015, 11:39 AM
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Sorry for all the repeat threads--hopefully this will be my last--i just felt my last one has horrible wording and choices in the poll.

I'm 23, single, and male. I would like to move somewhere where it would be easy for me to meet a lot of creative (moreso than intellectual) females in my age range, as I am currently single and kind on a quest to find 'the one', and make like-minded friends in the process. I work remotely, so I can move anywhere. Money is not an issue either. I think college towns and being near a lot of or some college campuses would be ideal. I'm not materialistic and I'm pretty far left on the political spectrum.

Where do you think the best spot in the U.S. would be for me, and why?
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Old 04-15-2015, 12:35 PM
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Like I mentioned in the other thread, if you don't mind a smaller community, Ithaca would fit. Its demographics would be a pretty good match, as it is about 17% Asian with Eastern and South Asian residents. While it is somewhat isolated, there are other cities/areas within an hour.

If you go with Southeastern Michigan/Detroit, look into Ann Arbor, Ferndale, Royal Oak or maybe places like Farmington or Plymouth. Those latter two communities are in between Ann Arbor and those Woodward Corridor communities in Oakland County, but have some walkability.


Another thing to consider with SE Michigan is that not only does Ann Arbor have the University of Michigan, but nearby Ypsilanti has Eastern Michigan University. Oakland University in Rochester Hills and Lawrence Tech in Sourhfield aren't too far from the Woodward Corridor. Same for the University of Detroit.

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