The 10 best cities to live in the United States



The US News & World Report site analyzed the 150 most populous metropolitan areas in the United States to find the best places to live, where Huntsville, Alabama ranked at the top of the list.

To achieve the best positions, the places had to offer the best value for money, be a desirable place to live, have a strong job market and high quality of lifea.

The rankings were based on an analysis of public data including the US Census Bureau, the FBI, the US Department of Labor, and US News’ own internal resources, as well as user feedback.

The information is intended for help readers make the most informed decision when choosing where to settle.

The percentage weighting of each index follows responses from a March 2022 public survey in which people across the country they voted for what they believed to be the most important factor to consider when choosing where to live.

Top Ten of the best cities to live in 2022-2023

1. Huntsville, Alabama

Overall rating: 7
Attractive: 4.9
Value: 8.5
Labor market: 7.2
Quality of life: 6.8
Net migration: 6.9

2. Colorado Springs, Colo.

Overall Rating: 6.8
Attractive: 10
Value: 5.7
Labor market: 6.1
Quality of life: 6.4
Net migration: 6

3. Green Bay, Wisconsin

Overall Rating: 6.8
Attractive: 4.8
Value: 8.5
Labor market: 6.1
Quality of life: 7.1
Net migration: 5.3

4. Boulder, Colo.

Overall Rating: 6.8
Attractive: 6.8
Value: 5.1
Labor market: 7.7
Quality of life: 7.7

Net migration: 5.2

5. San Jose, Calif.

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 5.4
Value: 5.5
Labor market: 8.8
Quality of life: 7.6
Net migration: 3.8

6. Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 6.3
Value: 7.1
Labor market: 6.7
Quality of life: 6.8
Net migration: 6.7

7. Fayetteville, Arkansas

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 4.6
Value: 8.3
Labor market: 6.5
Quality of life: 6.8
Net migration: 6.8

8. Portland, Maine

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 6.1
Value: 6.6
Labor market: 6.7
Quality of life: 7.2
Net migration: 6

9. Sarasota, Fla.

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 7.3
Value: 6.2
Labor market: 5.7
Quality of life: 7
Net migration: 8.4

10. San Francisco, Calif.

Overall Rating: 6.7
Attractive: 8.1
Value: 5.1
Labor market: 7.8
Quality of life: 6.8
Net migration: 4.2

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