When I think of the MOST MISERABLE American cities, Massachusetts DOES NOT come to mind. Sure, every city has it’s low and high points. There is cost of living, school systems, crime rates, utility costs, commute times, parking costs, road conditions and other factors that can make a city better, or worse.
My friend in LA says traffic is SO BAD it takes TWO HOURS to drive two miles. In Chicago, there is no Spring or Fall. It goes from frigid to HUMID in a matter of weeks. At least it did when I lived there. Here in Boston, our road systems are so weird, our GPS can point you into the Charles River. I can’t remember one bad thing about Philly. Worcester gets a pass, because I grew up there. Plus, everyone knows Worcester gets better and better each year. Go WOOSOX!
So HOW can Massachusetts get caught up in this survey of The MOST MISERABLE American Cities? Don’t blame the tornado in Plymouth County!
Which City Is It?
According to the travel site TravelAlot.com, they have found ONE city in our beloved state that they found miserable.
“The travel site has sifted through data from sites like the U.S. Census Bureau and AreaVibes to determine which city in all 50 U.S. states is the most miserable.”
TravelAlot.com has mastered the survey business when it comes to themes.
Do you want to know: the angriest state, rudest city, the most banned foods, ugliest city, cities with the worst weather, worst cities abroad to be jailed, overrated vacation, and dozens more, you can find it on TravelAlot.com.
Life is hard enough. So, I won’t depress you visiting all 50 miserable cities across America. I WILL share the top SEVEN. I am happy to report that the choice for MOST MISERABLE city in Massachusetts is NOT in the top ten. We have hope after all!