Top 10 Richest Politicians Leaders World 2017 by Net Worth Billionaires Gross Total Income

Top 10 Richest Politicians Leaders World 2017

Top 10 Richest Politicians Leaders World 2017

Find Top 10 Richest Politicians Leaders World 2017 by Net Worth. We have also ranked all Politicians Leaders below in decreasing order of net worth measure in USD.


Richest Politician in the World – Rank 1

1 Vladimir Putin – $40bn (Some estimate it to be $200bn) – Russian President – Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin born 7 October 1952 is the current President of Russia, holding the office since 7 May 2012. He was Prime Minister from 1999 to 2000, President from 2000 to 2008, and again Prime Minister from 2008 to 2012. During his second term as Prime Minister, he was the Chairman of the ruling United Russia party

Second Richest Politician in the World

2 Michael Bloomberg – $31bn (latest mentioned is $51bn) –  American businessman, author, politician, and philanthropist – – Michael Rubens "Mike" Bloomberg (born February 14, 1942) is an American businessman, author, politician, and philanthropist. His net worth is estimated at US$ 53.4 billion,as of July 2017, ranking him as the 6th richest person in the United States and the 10th richest person in the world. He has joined The Giving Pledge, whereby billionaires pledge to give away at least half of their wealth

Third Richest Politician in the World

3 Bhumibol Adulyadej –  $30 billion – King of Thailand – – Bhumibol Adulyadej 5 December 1927 – 13 October 2016), conferred with the title King Bhumibol the Great in 1987, was the ninth monarch of Thailand from the Chakri dynasty as Rama IX. Reigning since 9 June 1946 he was, at the time of his death, the world's longest-serving head of state, the longest-reigning monarch in Thai history and the longest-serving monarch having reigned only as an adult, serving for 70 years, 126 days. During his reign, he was served by a total of 30 prime ministers beginning with Pridi Banomyong and ending with Prayut Chan-o-cha.

Top 15 Most Richest Politicians Leaders in the World

4     Hassanal Bolkiah     $20bn     Sultan of Brunei – Hassanal Bolkiah, GCB GCMG born 15 July 1946 is the 29th and current Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei. He is also the first and incumbent Prime Minister of Brunei. The eldest son of Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien III and Raja Isteri (Queen) Pengiran Anak Damit, he succeeded to the throne as the Sultan of Brunei, following the abdication of his father on 4 October 1967
5     Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz     $18bn     King of Saudi Arabia – born 1 August 1924 – 23 January 2015) was King of Saudi Arabia and Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques from 2005 to his death in 2015. He ascended to the throne on 1 August 2005 upon the death of his half-brother, King Fahd.


6     Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan     $15bn     President of the United Arab Emirates – Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan born 7 September 1948 referred to as Sheikh Khalifa is the President of the United Arab Emirates, the Emir of Abu Dhabi and the Supreme Commander of the Union Defence Force.
He succeeded his father, Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, as Emir of Abu Dhabi on 2 November 2004, and he became the President of the Federation the next day. As Crown Prince, he had already been acting as president since the late 1990s while his father was in ill health. Khalifa is also chairman of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which manages over $600 billion in assets. The Al Nahyan family is believed to have a fortune of $150 billion collectively
7     Zong Qinghou     $11.6bn    Chinese entrepreneur – Zong Qinghou born 1945 is a Chinese entrepreneur, founder, Chairman and CEO of the Hangzhou Wahaha Group, the leading beverage company in China. He was ranked as China's richest man of 2012 and second-richest man of 2013, according to the China Rich List, published by Hurun Report. On the Global Rich List, he is 35th richest man in the world, with an estimated net worth of US$20 billion, Zong is a delegate to the Chinese National People's Congress.

8     Serge Dassault     $11.5bn    French heir, business executive and politician
9     Savitri Jindal     $7.6bn    Indian Politician and Buisness Women
10     Silvio Berlusconi     $6.2bn    Italian media tycoon and politician
11     Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum     $4 billion     Prime Minster of the United Arab Emirates
12     Hans-Adam II     $4 billion     Prince of Liechtenstein
13    Mohammed VI    $2.5 billion    King of Morocco
14     Sonia Gandhi     $2bn     Indian Politician
15    Albert II    $1 billion    Prince of Monaco

Rank Name Net Worth Profession
1  Vladimir Putin  $40bn (Some estimate it to be $80bn) Russian President
2  Michael Bloomberg  $31bn (latest mentioned is $51bn) American businessman, author, politician, and philanthropist
3  Bhumibol Adulyadej  $30 billion  King of Thailand
4  Hassanal Bolkiah  $20bn  Sultan of Brunei
5  Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz  $18bn  King of Saudi Arabia
6  Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan  $15bn  President of the United Arab Emirates
7  Zong Qinghou  $11.6bn Chinese entrepreneur
8  Serge Dassault  $11.5bn French heir, business executive and politician
9  Savitri Jindal  $7.6bn Indian Politician and Buisness Women
10  Silvio Berlusconi  $6.2bn Italian media tycoon and politician 
11  Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum  $4 billion  Prime Minster of the United Arab Emirates
12  Hans-Adam II  $4 billion  Prince of Liechtenstein
13 Mohammed VI $2.5 billion King of Morocco
14  Sonia Gandhi  $2bn  Indian Politician
15 Albert II $1 billion Prince of Monaco

 

All Top Politicians Leaders Ranked by Gross Total Income Worth

 

Top 10 Richest countries in the world

 

Top 50 Cities in USA by Population and Rank 2017

Top 50 populated Cities 2017 by Rank

Top 50 populated Cities in the U.S. by Rank 2017

Local government often receives only the most basic media coverage, despite the fact that the decisions of local officials frequently have the most significant day-to-day impact on citizens of any level of government. Our editorial approach is to identify and fill gaps in the coverage of local politics across the United States to the extent that our resources allow. This requires prioritization of larger municipalities. Over time, we intend to expand our coverage scope.

The following is a list of the most populous incorporated places of the United States. As defined by the United States Census Bureau, an "incorporated place" includes a variety of designations, including city, town, village, borough, and municipality. A few exceptional Census Designated Places(CDPs) are also included in the Census Bureau's listing of incorporated places. Consolidated city-counties represent a distinct type of government that includes the entire population of a county, or county equivalent. Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places. This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.


Top 50 populated Cities in the U.S. by Rank

2016
rank

City

State

2016
estimate

1

New York

 New York

8,537,673

2

Los Angeles

 California

3,976,322

3

Chicago

 Illinois

2,704,958

4

Houston

 Texas

2,303,482

5

Phoenix

 Arizona

1,615,017

6

Philadelphia

 Pennsylvania

1,567,872

7

San Antonio

 Texas

1,492,510

8

San Diego

 California

1,406,630

9

Dallas

 Texas

1,317,929

10

San Jose

 California

1,025,350

11

Austin

 Texas

947,890

12

Jacksonville

 Florida

880,619

13

San Francisco

 California

870,887

14

Columbus

 Ohio

860,090

15

Indianapolis

 Indiana

855,164

16

Fort Worth

 Texas

854,113

17

Charlotte

 North Carolina

842,051

18

Seattle

 Washington

704,352

19

Denver

 Colorado

693,060

20

El Paso

 Texas

683,080

21

Washington

 District of Columbia

681,170

22

Boston

 Massachusetts

673,184

23

Detroit

 Michigan

672,795

24

Nashville

 Tennessee

660,388

25

Memphis

 Tennessee

652,717

26

Portland

 Oregon

639,863

27

Oklahoma City

 Oklahoma

638,367

28

Las Vegas

 Nevada

632,912

29

Louisville

 Kentucky

616,261

30

Baltimore

 Maryland

614,664

31

Milwaukee

 Wisconsin

595,047

32

Albuquerque

 New Mexico

559,277

33

Tucson

 Arizona

530,706

34

Fresno

 California

522,053

35

Sacramento

 California

495,234

36

Mesa

 Arizona

484,587

37

Kansas City

 Missouri

481,420

38

Atlanta

 Georgia

472,522

39

Long Beach

 California

470,130

40

Colorado Springs

 Colorado

465,101

41

Raleigh

 North Carolina

458,880

42

Miami

 Florida

453,579

43

Virginia Beach

 Virginia

452,602

44

Omaha

 Nebraska

446,970

45

Oakland

 California

420,005

46

Minneapolis

 Minnesota

413,651

47

Tulsa

 Oklahoma

403,090

48

Arlington

 Texas

392,772

49

New Orleans

 Louisiana

391,495

50

Wichita

 Kansas

389,902


Top 50 populated Cities in the U.S. by Rank

Top 50 Cities in USA by Population and Rank 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New York- is among the most populated Cities in US.

 

Top 10 Cleanest Cities in the U.S.by Clean air 2017

Top 10 Cleanest Cities 2017 by clean air

Top 10 Cleanest Cities in the U.S. by Clean air 2017

The air Americans breathe is cleaner than ever, thanks to cleaner power plants and cleaner vehicles. That milestone is all the more impressive when considering progress has been achieved in spite of increases in population, energy use, and miles driven.

Yet nearly 40 percent of Americans—125 million people—still live where the air is unhealthy to breathe. Those findings are contained in the American Lung Association’s annual State of the Air report, released Wednesday.

This year’s survey tracks air quality measurements between 2013 and 2015 of ozone and particle pollution, short-term and year-round. Cities and counties are ranked on three separate lists for levels of those pollutants. More than 18 million people live in 12 counties with all three air pollution conditions.

Ozone, otherwise known as smog, is created by gases, including tailpipe and smokestack emissions. People at risk from inhaling ozone are children, teens, seniors age 65 and older, people who work outdoors, and people with heart and lung diseases, including asthma and lung cancer.


Places you can breathe easy

Forty years after the Clean Air Act, more people are breathing easier. "In general, we’ve seen tremendous improvement in air quality," says Jonathan M. Samet, MD, director of the Institute for Global Health at the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles.


Top 10 Cleanest Cities in the U.S. by clean air 2017

Cheyenne, Wyo.

Santa Fe, N.M.

Bismarck, N.D.

Great Falls, Mont.

Honolulu

Anchorage, Alaska

Amarillo, Texas

Redding, Calif.

Duluth, Minn.

Fargo, N.D.


Top 10 Cleanest Cities 2017 by clean air

Top 10 Cleanest Cities in the U.S.by Clean air 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wyoming – is among the most cleanliness state in US.

Top 10 Most Visited National Parks in the US 2017 United States America

Top 10 Most Visited National Parks 2017

Top 10 Most Visited National Parks in the U.S. 2017

National parks are as built into the fabric of American society and culture as baseball and road trips down Route 66. The National Parks Service (NPS), the government organization charged with preserving America’s natural resources, currently looks after 417 sites that cover more than 84 million acres of protected lands in every US state and territory. And people are flocking to them. The NPS recently reported it received more than 331 million visits in 2016 — breaking all previous records — during its centennial year. Here’s a look at the 10 most-visited national parks and why you should plan to visit them, too.


Methadology

With incredible diversity and a near-endless supply of things to see and do, US national parks continue to pull in record numbers of visitors from within the country and around the world. Last year, the national parks system once again broke its record for the highest number of visits, for the third year in a row. There were 331 million recreational visits to parks in 2016, up 23.7 million visitors from 2015.

But naturally, not all parks manage to draw the same numbers of eager travelers. So according to the US Department of the Interior, these are the top 10 most visited national parks, by visitation numbers.


Top 10 Most Visited National Parks in the U.S. 2017

1.Great Smoky Mountains National Park

2.Grand Canyon National Park

3.Yosemite National Park

4.Rocky Mountain National Park

5.Zion National Park

6.Yellowstone National Park

7.Olympic National Park

8.Acadia National Park

9.Grand Teton National Park

10.Glacier National Park


Top 10 Most Visited National Parks 2017

Top 10 Most Visited National Parks in the U.S 2017

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park – has maximum no of visitors among all the national park in US.

 

 

Top 10 US States with Highest Muslim Population 2019

Top 10 Highest Muslim 2019 by Population

Top 10 Highest Muslim in the U.S. by Population 2019


Islam is the third largest religion in the United States after Christianity and Judaism.According to a 2010 study, it is followed by 0.9% of the population, compared with 70.6% who follow Christianity, 22.8% unaffiliated, 1.9% Judaism, 0.7% Buddhism, and 0.7% Hinduism. According to a newer estimate done in 2016, there were 3.3 million Muslims living in the United States, about 1% of the total U.S. population.

American Muslims come from various backgrounds and, according to a 2009 Gallup poll, are one of the most racially diverse religious groups in the United States. Native-born American Muslims are mainly African Americans who make up about a quarter of the total Muslim population. Many of these have converted to Islam during the last seventy years. Conversion to Islam in large urban areas has also contributed to its growth over the years.


Estimates

Few Research Center estimates that there were about 3.3 million Muslims of all ages living in the United States in 2015. This means that Muslims made up about 1% of the total U.S. population (about 322 million people in 2015), and we estimate that that share will double by 2050.

Our new estimate of Muslims and other faiths is based on a projection that models growth in the American Muslim population since our 2011 estimate and includes both adults and children. The projection uses data on age, fertility, mortality, migration and religious switching drawn from multiple sources, including the 2011 survey of Muslim Americans.


Top 10 Highest Muslim in the U.S. by Population 2019

1.Detroit, Michigan

2.Washington, D.C.

3.Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 4.Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 5.New York, New York

6.Atlanta, Georgia

7. Peoria, Illinois

8.San Francisco, California

 9.Houston, Texas

 10.Chicago, Illinois


Top 10 Highest Muslim 2019 by Population

Top 10 US States with Highest Muslim Population 2017

Michigan – has maximum Muslim Population among all the states in US.

 

 

Top 10 US States with Highest Immigrant Population 2017

Top 10 States with Highest Immigrant 2017 by Population

Top 10 Highest Immigrant in the U.S. by Population 2017

A sharp rise in the number of immigrants living in the U.S. in recent decades serves as a backdrop for the debate in Congress over the nation’s immigration policies. In 1990, the U.S. had 19.8 million immigrants. That number rose to a record 40.7 million immigrants in 2012, among them 11.7 million unauthorized immigrants. 

Over this period, the number of immigrants in the U.S. increased more than five times as much as the U.S.-born population (106.1% versus 19.3%), according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data. As a result, from 1990 to 2012, the share of immigrants in the entire U.S. increased from 7.9% in 1990 to 13.0% in 2012.

Today there are four states in which about one-in-five or more people are foreign-born—California, New York, New Jersey and Florida. By contrast, in 1990, California was the only state to have more than a fifth of its population born outside the U.S.


States with the Largest and Fastest-Growing Immigrant Populations 

Two in three immigrants lived in six states in 2010; North Carolina, Georgia, and Arkansas were among 10 states that experienced more than 280 percent growth of their immigrant population between 1990 and 2010. 


Top 10 States with Highest Immigrant in the U.S. Population 2017

  1. California
  2. New York
  3. New Jersey
  4. Florida
  5. Nevada
  6. Hawaii
  7. Texas
  8. Massachusetts
  9. Maryland
  10. Illinois

Top 10 Highest Immigrant 2017 by Population

Top 10 US States with Highest Immigrant Population 2017

 

California – has Highest Immigrant according to population among all the states in US.

 

Top 10 Largest States in the US by Area 2017

Top 10 Largest States in the US by Area 2017

Top 10 Largest States in the U.S. by Area 2017

This is a complete list of the states of the United States and its major territories ordered by total arealand area, and water area. The water area numbers include inland waters, coastal waters, the Great Lakes, and territorial waters. Glaciers and intermittent bodies of water are counted as land area.


Top 10 20 Largest States in the U.S. by Area 2017

Ranking of all US states by Total Area.


Rank

 

State km² miles²
1  Alaska 1717854 663267
2  Texas 696621 268581
3  California 423970 163696
4  Montana 380838 147042
5  New Mexico 314915 121589
6  Arizona 295254 113998
7  Nevada 286351 110561
8  Colorado 269601 104094
9  Oregon 254805 98381
10  Wyoming 253348 97818
11  Michigan 250487 96714
12  Minnesota 225163 86936
13  Utah 219882 84897
14  Idaho 216443 83569
15  Kansas 213100 82278
16  Nebraska 200345 77354
17  South Dakota 199731 77116
18  Washington 184665 71300
19  North Dakota 183112 70700
20  Florida 181035 69898
21  Oklahoma 180533 69704
22  Missouri 170304 65755
23  Georgia 169639 65498
24  Wisconsin 153909 59425
25  Illinois 149998 57914
26  Iowa 145743 56272
27  New York 141299 54556
28  North Carolina 139389 53819
29  Virginia 137732 53179
30  Arkansas 135765 52419
31  Alabama 134264 51840
32  Louisiana 125434 48430
33  Mississippi 119283 46055
34  Pennsylvania 116096 44825
35  Ohio 110785 42774
36  Tennessee 109151 42143
37  Kentucky 104659 40409
38  Maine 94321 36418
39  Indiana 91646 35385
40  South Carolina 82932 32020
41  West Virginia 62755 24230
42  Maryland 32133 12407
43  Hawaii 28311 10931
44  Massachusetts 27336 10555
45  Vermont 24901 9614
46  New Hampshire 24216 9350
47  New Jersey 22588 8721
48  Connecticut 14357 5543
49  Delaware 6447 2489
50  Rhode Island 4002 1545
Total  United States 9629091 3717813

 

  1. Alaska is the largest state by total area, land area, and water area. It is the 7th largest country subdivision in the world.
  2. The area of Alaska is 18% of the area of the United States and 21% of the area of the contiguous United States.
  3. Rhode Island is the smallest state by total area and land area.
  4. San Bernardino County is the largest county in the contiguous U.S. and is larger than each of the nine smallest states; it is larger than the four smallest states combined.
  5. Michigan is second (after Alaska) in water area, and first in water percentage
  6. Florida is mostly a peninsula, and has the third largest water area and seventh largest water area percentage
     


Top 10 Largest States 2017 by Area

find top 10 Largest States in the U.S. by Area 2017

Alaska – maximum land area is Largest States among all the states in US.

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 2017

Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 2017 by Technology

Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 2017

When writing an article ranking the "smartest" and "dumbest" states in the Union it is important to explain your methodology. This list is based on the level of education a certain percentage of the residents of each state achieves.

According to information compiled by the website infoplease.com, as of 2010 men with a BA make 60% more than their counterparts with a high school diploma — $40,000 to $64,000 — while women with BA's make 56.6% more than their counterparts with a lower level of education — $30,000 to $47,000. 


Methodology

States receive points based on their rankings in each metric. We separate those metrics into 10 broad categories. We then assign a point weighting to each category based on how frequently it is used as a selling point in state economic development marketing materials. For example, if more states tout their low business costs, the "Cost of Doing Business" category carries greater weight. That way, our study ranks the states based on the criteria they use to sell themselves.


Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 2017

1.MASSACHUSETTS

2.MINNESOTA

3. CONNECTICUT

4  NEW JERSEY

5. (tie) NEBRASKA

6. (tie) NEW YORK

7. VERMONT

8. NEW HAMPSHIRE

9. IOWA

10. PENNSYLVANIA


Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 

Top 10 Most Technocrats Advanced Smartest States 2017

MASSACHUSETTS – is most advanced in terms of technology among all the states in US .

Top 10 Best Medical Facilities Healthiest States US United States America

Top 10 Best Medical Facilities Healthiest States US United States America

Top 10 Best Medical Facilities Healthiest States in US 2017

More Americans have access to health care today, but cost and service quality can vary widely from state to state. The overall health of the population, more advanced medical equipment and a general lack of awareness regarding the best types of treatment, for instance, can all drive up costs. Today, the average American spends nearly $10,000 per year on personal health care, according to the most recent estimates from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and that figure is expected to increase over time.


Top 10 Best Medical Facilities Methodology

In order to determine the best and worst states for health care, Wallet Hub’s analysts compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across three key dimensions: 1) Cost, 2) Access and 3) Outcomes.

We evaluated those dimensions using 35 relevant metrics, which are listed below with their corresponding weights. Each metric was graded on a 100-point scale, with a score of 100 representing the best health care at the most reasonable cost.


Top 10 Best Medical Facilities State information

The top 10 best states for healthcare are:

1. Hawaii

2. Massachusetts

3. Minnesota

4. New Hampshire

5. Iowa

6. Vermont

7. Rhode Island

8. New Jersey

9. Washington

10. California


US Best Medical Facilities State  Top 10 Best Medical Facilities Healthiest States

 

Hawaii – has best health facilities among all states.

Top 10 Most Friendly Livable Cheap States USA United States America

   Top 10 Most Friendly Livable Cheap States US United States America 

Top 10 Most Friendly Livable Cheap States in US 2017

States receive points based on their rankings in each metric. We separate those metrics into 10 broad categories. We then assign a point weighting to each category based on how frequently it is used as a selling point in state economic development marketing materials. For example, if more states tout their low business costs, the "Cost of Doing Business" category carries greater weight. That way, our study ranks the states based on the criteria they use to sell themselves.


Top 10 Most Friendly Livable Cheap States Methodology

Many states point with great pride to the quality and availability of their workers, as well as government-sponsored programs to train them. We rate states based on the education level of their workforce, the numbers of available employees, and the states' demonstrated abilities to retain college-educated workers. We measure workforce productivity based on each state's economic output per job. We look at the relative success of each state's worker training programs in placing their participants in jobs. We also consider union membership and the states' right-to-work laws. While organized labor contends that a union workforce is a quality workforce, that argument, more often than not, does not resonate with business. 


State information

Overall

State

Workforce

Cost of Doing Business

Infra-structure

Business Friendliness

Cost of Living

Access to Capital

1

Utah

12

19

13

10

22

24

2

Texas

8

23

2

18

21

7

3

Colorado

1

37

29

9

32

8

4

Minnesota

15

35

5

27

27

21

5

North Carolina

9

18

30

15

18

2

6

Washington

11

30

39

30

37

10

7

Michigan

29

12

27

30

10

4

8

Georgia

7

31

4

14

17

6

9

Iowa

37

2

16

15

12

40

10

Florida

14

32

10

22

28

14

11

Nebraska

19

15

20

7

15

31

12

North Dakota

4

29

6

4

26

33

13

Virginia

3

36

32

3

30

15

13

Wyoming

6

21

12

21

29

50

15

Idaho

28

6

25

5

7

22

16

Indiana

36

1

1

13

8

18

17

Oregon

31

27

37

38

36

22

18

Tennessee

22

10

2

6

5

17

19

South Dakota

32

4

28

2

20

32

20

Massachusetts

2

46

42

20

44

19

21

Ohio

43

15

7

37

9

9

22

Montana

45

8

24

23

24

40

23

Wisconsin

26

28

19

36

23

13

24

Illinois

16

24

16

48

34

1

25

Arizona

5

40

16

8

31

28

26

New Hampshire

26

39

49

1

42

43

27

South Carolina

20

19

21

27

19

29

28

Kansas

30

26

8

19

16

42

29

New York

35

44

43

45

49

11

30

Maryland

10

48

44

26

38

26

31

Missouri

49

14

9

15

11

20

32

California

21

49

33

50

47

2

33

Pennsylvania

33

34

35

35

35

12

34

New Jersey

16

42

44

44

41

5

35

Kentucky

46

5

14

41

2

38

36

Vermont

47

43

41

30

40

49

37

Delaware

13

38

36

11

48

46

38

Alabama

38

17

21

30

4

16

39

New Mexico

42

24

14

43

25

46

40

Nevada

23

22

11

23

33

44

41

Arkansas

34

9

21

42

3

39

42

Oklahoma

41

13

26

12

6

35

43

Connecticut

18

47

47

29

46

25

44

Louisiana

25

7

34

40

14

30

45

Alaska

38

41

37

25

45

36

46

Maine

50

33

48

34

39

27

47

Mississippi

44

3

31

47

1

34

47

West Virginia

40

11

39

49

13

48

49

Hawaii

48

50

46

46

50

37

50

Rhode Island

23

45

50

39

43

45


US most Livable Cheap States

Top 10 Most Friendly Livable Cheap States

 In the list of cheapest state, Utah stands on the top.

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