This Arizona City Named The Most Miserable City in The State

Being happy is a personal experience that can be changed by many things, such as having access to healthcare and education, being close to places to eat and have fun, the weather, and how easy it is to walk around. Depending on where you live, you might feel worse or more down than people who live in other places.

Travel alot looked all over the country using data from the U.S. Census Bureau Quick Facts and AreaVibes to find the “most miserable” city in each state. Unemployment and poverty rates, as well as crime rates and family income, were some of the things that were used to choose the cities.

The study says that Bullhead City, Arizona, which has about 40,000 people and is near the border with Nevada, is the ugliest city in all of Arizona. This is what the site said:

A median family income of $38,983 is found there, and about 19% of the people living there are poor. 74% of people who live in Bullhead City have not finished high school, which may explain why the wages are low and the poverty rate is high.

Another thing is that Scottsdale was recently named one of the happiest places in the whole country. Other Arizona cities also made the list.

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