I know this is kind of loaded question, but where is a decent place to live in the US?

I know this is kind of loaded question, but where is a decent place to live in the US? I’m looking for somewhere with a mostly white population, decent amenities (or within at least an hour or so), good outdoor activities, and low-ish cost of living. And

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Vermont

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Vermont, NH, or Maine is actually one of the regions I’m considering. Any advantages to Vermont in particular?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Maine

        No, stay out.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        all white, great outdoor activities, amenities exist and it's cheap compared to the west coast where I live

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try some B tier cities in Montana. New England is pretty expensive in terms of rent because their property taxes are insane.

    I'd suggest looking at Kalispell, Helena, Butte, or maybe even Billings if you can handle retarded oil bros.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I’ve also looked at Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Maybe I’m looking for a unicorn but I feel like those states are what I’m looking for but are too far away from a real city.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Maybe I’m looking for a unicorn but I feel like those states are what I’m looking for but are too far away from a real city.
        Well yeah you're looking for a unicorn. You want all the perks of not living in a big city (lower cost of living, better outdoors activities, lower crime, etc.) but still want a "real city". If you don't want to live in the big city, then think about what big city you actually want to live in and explore the suburban options.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Williston ND, it has a wal mart and oil money

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Having lived in Billings I can recommend to all sighsee bros to move there. It's great, white, clean, safe with plenty of activities! You'll have the time of your life.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Vermont is not cheap, also filled with wokeness and fags if you care about that. Plenty of good scenery though. There's no big cities here and limited "amenities", you might get bored easily.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The ever moving fringe of Socal suburbia, if you want to live like a normie.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You're basically living a Nevada or Arizona lifestyle but with California prices at that point. May as well just move a state or two east instead.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oh, you mean Idaho.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Provo Utah. Not kidding. Look it up.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Kalispell Montana

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fort Collins, Colorado ticks most of those boxes. If you need a bigger city, Denver is just an hour south. Omaha, Nebraska is also worth mentioning. It's the only city of around a half-million to have actually seen an increase in the % of white people in the last census, and the blacks are corralled in some north corner of the city you'll never need to visit.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    western massachusettes

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Juneau, AK.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    there are some pockets everywhere in the country but generally this is a good rough guide on what you have to work with.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What's wrong with the Upper Peninsula? Besides the indian reservations, it seems like a good place.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How white do you need it to be? I can think of some great areas in southern Appalachia. I'm talking western NC, upstate SC, east TN... there are some mid-size cities there like Knoxville or Greenville but they are maybe 70% white only. They have all the amenities you need, are affordable, and are surrounded by beautiful nature with plenty to do.

    The good thing about the South though is that the whites are not woke like those up north. And you have big cities close by like Nashville, Atlanta, and Charlotte. Another place I wouldn't sleep on is northwest Arkansas.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not OP, but i was considering Greenville, looks great but the crime rate is pretty high.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Greenville felt completely safe to me when I visited, and the downtown was very lively. I'm from St. Louis though so YMMV...

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    New York City - 31.9% white, 28.9% latino, 24.2% black, 14.3% asian
    Los Angeles, California - 48.1% latino, 28.5% white, 8.8% black
    Chicago, Illinois - 32.3% white, 29.2% black, 28.6% latino
    Houston, Texas - 44.5% latino, 24.1% white, 22.8% black
    Phoenix, Arizona - 42.6 % latino, 42.2% white, 7.6% black
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 43.6% black, 33.7% white, 15.9% latino
    Indianapolis, Indiana – 53.3% white, 29.0% black, 10.4% latino
    San Antonio, Texas - 64.7% latino, 24.0% white, 6.8% black
    San Diego, California - 42.3% white, 30.1% latino, 17.3% asian, 6.1% black
    Dallas, Texas - 41.5% latino, 28.8% white, 24.3% black
    Columbus, Ohio – 54.3% white, 29.2% black, 6.5% latino
    San Jose, California - 37.2% asian, 31.0% hispanic, 25.1% white, 3.0% black
    Austin, Texas - 48.2% white, 33.3% latino, 7.8% black, 7.7% asian
    Baltimore, Maryland – 62.3% black, 27.3% white, 5.4% latino
    Las Vegas, Nevada – 42.9% white, 33.2% latino, 12.1% black, 8.2% mixed-race
    Phoenix, Arizona – 42.6% latino, 42.2% white, 7.1% black
    Detroit, Michigan – 77.1% black, 11.0% white, 7.7% latino
    Albuquerque, New Mexico – 49.2% latino, 38.3% white, 10.2% mixed-race, 3.1% black
    Boston, Massachusetts – 44.7% white, 24.2% black, 19.5% latino, 9.8% asian
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 39.8% black, 34.0% white, 19.4% latino
    Miami, Florida – 60.9% latino, 17.4% black, 13.6% white
    Atlanta, Georgia – 50.2% black, 38.0% white, 4.9 latino
    New Orleans, Louisiana – 59.2% black, 30.3% white, 5.5% latino
    Washington D.C. – 47.6% black, 37.3% white, 11.5% latino
    Source for all data: US Census Bureau Population Estimates, July 2021 (census.gov)

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