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View Poll Results: Kentucky or Tennessee?
Kentucky 32 21.92%
Tennessee 71 48.63%
I love/like them equally 25 17.12%
I hate/dislike them equally 3 2.05%
Who cares? 15 10.27%
Voters: 146. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 12-25-2016, 08:40 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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I would choose Tennessee due to having larger cities and more things to do.
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Old 12-28-2016, 09:33 PM
 
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I've gotta horrible feeling I've already posted in this thread but I'm going Kentucky ..

The Derby .. Bourbon .. Blue Grass .. Louisville ... Burt Lancaster ..


I'm persuaded !
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Old 12-29-2016, 09:19 AM
 
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I voted that I like them equally. While I like Nashville as a city more than Louisville because it's bigger and more urban, I like Kentucky as a state more. Kentucky has followed the trend of becoming more conservative and voting in a Republican governor and all that, but overall it's the bluer and more liberal state. Kentucky has better LGBT protections than Tennessee. As a gay male, that's something I have to consider when moving somewhere. And, even though Cincinnati is not IN Kentucky, the NKY suburbs are part of the Cincinnati metro, so it still allows you to experience a larger city. Covington and Newport also have some pretty impressive downtown areas for their size and considering they're just across the river from such a large city.

Geographically, they're both beautiful. It's hard to say eastern TN is prettier than eastern KY when they share the same mountain range. As stated, the biggest difference is that TN has a real metro area in the mountains.
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