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Old 12-21-2011, 05:33 PM
 
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i deffently agree on california there were 12 year olds acting rude and in short , shorts its a horrid place to live
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Old 12-23-2011, 10:00 PM
 
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The main important factors that can make a place great to raise a family is Low crime rate, Good education/schools, Good healthcare, Plenty of high quality classy entertainment options/excitement/things to do, good urban and nature scenery, and accessibility to plenty of great parks.


Seattle Washington, Portland Oregon, Denver Colorado, and Washington DC should have made the list for best places to raise a family such as in the top 5 to top 20. I can’t believe they didn’t even make the top 50.

I don’t agree with Las Vegas, Virginia Beach, Billings Montana, and Columbus Georgia making the list for best places to raise a family and to be so high up on the list. It seems like they should be very high on the list for the worst places to raise a family instead.

If someone lives in a good neighborhood in New York City, Chicago, or Los Angeles then it is one of the best places to raise a family.
But if someone lives in a bad neighborhood in NYC, Chicago, or Los Angeles then it is the opposite and one of the worst places to raise a family.

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