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Based on factors such as education, healthcare, stability and infrastructure, The Economist creates an annual list of the best global cities in which to live. This year, the United States only had 10 cities made the top 50 of the list. This may sound like not such great news for American cities, but their rankings did improve from last year’s list.

The 10 Most Livable Cities in the US, According to The Economist

  1. Honolulu, Hawaii
  2. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  3. Washington D.C.
  4. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  5. Boston, Massachusetts
  6. Chicago, Illinois
  7. Miami, Florida
  8. Seattle, Washington
  9. San Francisco, California
  10. Atlanta, Georgia

Of the 140 cities that made the list, these American cities ranked between 21 and 50 overall. Is your city on the list? What do you think makes your city great? Share with us below!

Source: The Real Deal – Read Full Article

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