October 18, 2011 by staff
Luckiest Cities, Where you live affects what is going to be lucky? Men’s Health did a study to determine which U.S. cities are the most fortunate (and unfortunate!) To live How is that cities are lucky and which not? Men’s Health used statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the National Climatic Data Center, and more to look at a number of factors, including most of the winners of Powerball and Mega Millions lottery, the compensation of House Sweepstakes editor, most-most holes that are on the PGA Tour, fewer lightning strikes, the lowest number of deaths caused by falling objects and the money at least and lost lottery tickets and betting on horse racing .
The results? San Diego, California and Baltimore, Maryland were the only two cities to score an A +. The rest of the top 10 included Phoenix, Arizona, Wilmington, Delaware, Richmond, Virginia, San Francisco, California, Las Vegas, Nevada, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Louisville, Ky., and Reno, Nevada.
That’s the good news, but what’s wrong? According to the study of men’s health, cities, at least in the U.S. are lucky Fargo, North Dakota, Miami, Florida, Bridgeport, Connecticut, St. Petersburg, Florida, Billings, Montana, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Memphis , Tennessee, Jackson, Mississippi, Tampa, Florida, and worst of all: Charleston, West Virginia, which received a failing grade of “F”.
Read the article, the luckier of the United States Cities in the website of the Men’s Health for more details and to see if your city is included in the 100 respondents.
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