Top 15 Worst Places To Live In Texas In 2017

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Texas, otherwise known as “The Lone Star State”, is the second largest state in the United States, both by area and population. Located at the south central end of the continental US, Texas has 5 of the 10 fastest growing cities in the country. With an unemployment rate 0.1% better than the country’s average, and with its size, Texas makes a good example of a state in good shape.

In terms of education, Texas lies in the middle section of the 50 states ranking, this not being its strongest asset. As for violent crimes, it ranks in position 15, with a rate of 406 violent crimes per 100,000 people. Being as Texas, it has its ups and downs.

 


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