Life cannot always be rainbows and unicorns, but there are some cities in the Bluegrass State that tend to let trouble roll off quicker than others. What makes me think that? A company called Credit Donkey decided to do a “happiest cities in Kentucky” study based on the data collected from both the US Census Bureau and the FBI. The deciding facts in their study were restaurants, crime rate, commute, departure time, income, housing and rate of divorce in cities with more than 10,000 residents. The summary is people who live in cities with low crime, short commutes, nice hours, fair income and housing and a happy marriage are usually happier people overall.
Here are 10 of the happiest cities in Kentucky:
Each one of these towns has something special that makes it one of the happiest cities in Kentucky. They all have beautiful lands surrounding the towns, and each one has a history as well. Do you agree with their finding? What cities do you think should have made the list?
I am somewhat a cliche'. I grew up running around barefoot on a farm in Kentucky.
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