Pastor Dewey Note:
So very, very sad to get this report today……but it is about the same every year. Last night I was playing softball…..our game started at 8pm…what an AWE OF GOD sunset here in Albuquerque!!! New Mexico is such a beautiful state, God created such a wonderful place, but people are destroying it by sin. New Mexico suffers from great dysfunction, doing the same stupid things over and over but expects improvement! This has been going on for years! Hey! But! POT will save us!!! Home delivery of booze will save us!!! Feeding addictions will save us!!! Deaths from drunks and now it will also be deaths from POT HEAD drivers! This is all our Law Enforcement folks need….more evil…Other evils such as killing God’s babies through abortion, assisted suicide…..on and on, its ongoing sin here. New Mexico needs to repent from many sins, New Mexico needs a spiritual awakening. What will it take? More deaths? I cannot beleive this is the state that we all want to hand over to our children and their children!!!
With nearly 15 million people having moved last year, many of them influenced by COVID-19, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2021’s Best States to Live in, as well as accompanying videos.
To help Americans settle down in the best and most affordable place possible, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 52 key indicators of livability. They range from housing costs and income growth to education rate and quality of hospitals.
|Top 20 States to Live in America|
|1. New Jersey||11. Vermont|
|2. Massachusetts||12. Virginia|
|3. New York||13. Wyoming|
|4. Idaho||14. Florida|
|5. Minnesota||15. North Dakota|
|6. Wisconsin||16. Colorado|
|7. Utah||17. South Dakota|
|8. New Hampshire||18. Illinois|
|9. Iowa||19. Maine|
|10. Pennsylvania||20. Nebraska|
Best vs. Worst
- Vermont has the highest quality of the public hospital system, with 84.00 percent of patients giving their hospital a rating of 9 or 10, which is 1.5 times higher than in New Jersey, the state with the lowest at 56.67 percent.
- New Hampshire has the lowest share of residents living in poverty, 7.60 percent, which is 2.7 times lower than in Mississippi, the state with the highest at 20.30 percent.
- South Dakota has the shortest average commute time, 17 minutes, which is two times shorter than in New York, the state with the longest at 34 minutes.
- Maine has the fewest violent crimes (per 1,000 residents), 1.15, which is 7.5 times less than in Alaska, the state with the most at 8.67.
To view the full report go here 2021’s Best States to Live in
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