More good news for anyone thinking of buying home in Orlando! According to americanoSlate site, Edward Glaeser and Oren Ziv economists at Harvard University and Joshua Gottlieb of British Columbia University used data from an annual survey conducted by the control center and disease prevention to determine which were the most miserable cities in America. And with that, it was revealed by comparing what were the happiest cities in the United States and the city of Orlando was ranked ninth.
Titled “Risk Factor Surveillance System Behavior” in the 2005 survey, there was a very simple question and no spaces justifications for saying “In general, how satisfied are you with your life?”. The options they had for the participants were “very satisfied”, “satisfied”, “dissatisfied” or “very dissatisfied”. Most Americans said they were “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with their lives. With the help of responses it was possible to compile a happiness score by region.
New York was on the list of the most unfortunate, something not to be surprised by New Yorkers, because the city is famous for rat infestation spread everywhere (in the subway, several stroll along the tracks). Even when economists added demographic and income data, the city of New York still remained on the list of the most miserable places, Orlando was and remained among the 10 happiest cities in the country. Other cities in Florida that were climbing the list were Jacksonville and Palm Beach.
According to the adjusted statistics, the happiest city in the country is Nashville. Tennessee is in second place, followed by the cities of Virginia: Virginia Beach and Richmond. The southeastern USA won all the top ten. This further confirms the good quality of life for those thinking about investing in property in Florida.