To determine the worst cities to live in, education, poverty level, crime rate, employment opportunities, population density, median home value, quality of medical services are determined. Most of the data is from Roadsnacks, the Census’s most recent American Community Survey, and the FBI Uniform Crime Report.
It has a Population of 6,433,10.8% unemployment rate, and the median home value is at $106900. Monticello ranks as the worst town to live in New York at number 1.
This city has a bad economy with a median income of less than $32,000, while poverty is 27.8%. The crime rate is very high, and the public schools offer low-quality education.
It has a Population of 206,848,10.2% unemployment rate, and the median home value is at $83,100. Monticello ranks as the worst town in New York at number 2, from number 5 previously.
Having a high population might lead to all sorts of problems, mostly crime. Also, 31.3% of the total population is making below the poverty line indicates a poor economy. In most cases, when the economy is down, people will opt to commit crimes like burglary and sell drugs to make a living.
It has a population of 60,320, 8.2% unemployment rate, and the median home value is $95,900
$83,100. Utica ranks as the worst town in New York at number 6, from number 7 previously.
Homes are cheap here, meaning you will find it easy to buy a house for a homeowner, but if you intend to resale, you might not make substantial profits. It is ranking at number 13 for the highest crime in New York.
It has a Population of 28,255,6.6% unemployment rate, and the median home value is at $159,000.
The crime rate is high here, at almost 40% above the national average. The city has a very high cost of living, yet 25.4 % of the population lives below the poverty line. Education is not spared here; the quality is wanting. Residents of Newburgh need to earn more income to keep up with the high cost of living, and this is where committing crimes comes in.
It has a population of 30,381 and a 9.4% unemployment rate, and the median home value is at $196,800.
Poughkeepsie's unemployment rate as at 9.4%, and the median income is $43,794.
Although this town has scenic views, like the Hudson River, and is home to Vassar College. It is still among the worst places to live in Newyork.
The crime rate is high, and the quality of public school education is low.
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