I was just reading this article in Forbes and it was a real eye opener about how some areas are really suffering far worse then the rest of the Country.
Ohio has 5 of the top 20 most Miserable Cities in the list with Cleveland picked as the most miserable.
"America's Most Miserable Cities
Kurt Badenhausen, 02.18.10, 12:01 AM EST
Cleveland leads a slew of Midwestern towns on our annual list, but thanks to high taxes New York and Chicago make it too."
I see Detroit is on the list but not #1. I have family that live there and I have been told they don't even have a major chain gocery store there now. With the lost of the auto industry Detroit has also become a ghost town
LOL SanBernardino California number 3
Yes, nansoutey, I would say that baseline in San Barnardino looks like a ghost town compared to how it use to look many years ago. The Inland Empire is a job depressed area.
Cleveland may be miserable, but Westlake is alive and well. Maybe all the winners left Cleveland and moved to Westlake.
With the State of Illinois being basically bankrupt, I can't see any tax relief for Chicago.
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