Every state has its license plate slogans and signature dishes — but what makes living there truly special?
From easy access to hiking (and stunning views) in Colorado to Massachusetts’ world-class educational institutions, each state brings something different to the table.
Keep reading to see the best part of living in every US state.
ALABAMA: Two words: college football.
The football rivalry between the University of Alabama and Auburn University is legendary. While UA fans pledge their loyalty with cries of “Roll Tide,” Auburn supporters yell “War Eagle.”
Quora users call Alabama “the undisputed football capital of the world” and liken Southeastern Conference football to a religion.
ALASKA: An abundance of natural beauty means a high standard of living in the Last Frontier.
According to Gallup’s 2014 Standard of Living Index, Alaskans are more satisfied with their quality of life than people living in any other US state. One of the primary reasons why life up north is so enjoyable is the abundance of natural beauty. Despite challenging weather and isolated towns, Alaska boasts incredible lakes and mountains and diverse wildlife.
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