These Are The Best US States To Live In According To A New Study

Each state in the U.S. is unique in its own special way, but some might offer a better quality of life than others, statistically speaking.

This list, created based on a U.S. News study, ranks the 12 best states based on health care, education, economy, infrastructure, opportunity, fiscal stability, crime & corrections and the natural environment.

The number one spot should come as no shocker, as it was ranked best state for the second year in a row.

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12. Iowa

11. Vermont 

10. Florida 

9. Massachusetts 

8. Wisconsin 

7. Virginia 

6. Nebraska 

5. Idaho 

4. New Hampshire 

3. Utah

2. Minnesota 

1. Washington 

States ranked at the bottom of the list include Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alaska, Alabama, West Virginia, New Mexico and Mississippi, with Lousianna taking the last place. 

Every year, U.S. News & World Report releases its ranking of the best countries in the world, and the United States may have ranked lower than you'd expect for 2021.

The organization ranks every country based on a variety of factors including adventure, agility, cultural influence, entrepreneurship, heritage, movers, business, power, quality of life, and social purpose.

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Old Montreal Looked Apocalyptic During Last Night's Anti-Curfew Riot (VIDEOS)

Protestors smashed windows and started a giant fire.

Quebec reinstated an 8 p.m. curfew in Montreal and Laval on Sunday, April 11, and residents took to the streets to protest. 

Over 1,000 people gathered in Montreal's Old Port on Sunday night in defiance of the earlier curfew, smashing windows and starting fires before police eventually broke everything up. 

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Disney World has captured the hearts of millions and has rightfully earned the title of "The Most Magical Place on Earth."

But some attractions in the massive park seem to win visitors over more than others, and a recent study done by Upgraded Points was able to find out which rides are the most popular among citizens in each state across the United States.

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Building IKEA furniture can be a headache-inducing experience for many, but some people seem to struggle a bit more than others.

HouseHoldQuotes analyzed 50,000 IKEA-themed tweets and found out which states have the most stressed-out homeowners when it comes to putting together the ready-to-assemble furniture.

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