Florida cities practically non-existent on 'Best Places to Live' list


MIAMI – Is Florida really that bad?

Money magazine apparently thinks so as the publication's list of "Best Places to Live in America" included only one Florida city.

One city out of 100!

Only St. Augustine at No. 62, which probably made the list because it was grandfathered in as the oldest city in the U.S., was good enough to make the Top 100.

Meanwhile, places like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Gainesville and Yeehaw Junction were left to wonder how it all went wrong.

The top city to live in the entire country?   That would be Fishers, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis.


Sure, Lone Tree, Colo. (No. 7) and Mustang, Okla. (No. 88) have cool names, but they're in Colorado and Oklahoma, not Florida!

Ironically, the majority of cities on the list are from the North and Midwest, whose residents seemingly have no issue with escaping their towns to vacation in Paradise, A.K.A. Florida.