Out of the 100 Best Cities to Live in, 74 Voted for the GOP in 2016

It should come as no surprise that no less than 74% of the best cities to live in are ones that vote Republican. Low taxes and regulations leads to more jobs, more wealth, and lower costs of living. Of Course some of the cities on the list are Democrat, but mostly the ultra-rich cities such as Beverly Hills, California, where all of the Hollywood liberals live. But even so, for every one Democrat city, there are three Republican cities on the list. That’s no coincidence.

From The Daily Wire

According to a corporation that runs a financial news and opinion company, 74% of the “best cities in America” are in red states that voted for the GOP in 2016. As Sen. Ted Cruz noted, “74% of the ‘best cities in America’ on USA Today list are in red states that voted GOP in 2016. 2 of top 10 are in TX, including #1 (within my hometown of Houston). It’s almost like low taxes, low regs & lots of jobs are good for raising strong families!”

As representatives from 24/7 Wall Street wrote in USA Today, “24/7 Wall St. created a weighted index of over two dozen measures from the U.S. Census Bureau, the FBI, and other sources to identify the best city to live in. We considered all boroughs, census designated places, cities, towns, and villages with at least 8,000 residents.”

Iowa had the most cities on the list, with five, followed by California, Minnesota, and Ohio with four, and North Dakota and Wisconsin with three.

In 2018, Thrillist offered their list of the best small towns in America, writing, “We looked for up-and-coming hotspots (think, Asheville 10 years ago), underappreciated gems, and towns where a person with verve could scratch out a cool life. Places where you can raise kids and those kids can raise dogs and those dogs can raise hell. And where, when your friends visit from the city, they take a seat on your porch and say, Damn, this is nice. What does your mortgage cost, again?”

Here are the top 50 cities:

West University Place, Texas

Beverly Hills, California

Pella, Iowa

Montecito, California

Grove City, Pennsylvania

University Park, Texas

Ladue, Missouri

Hanover, New Hampshire

Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin

Le Mars, Iowa

West Fargo, North Dakota

Paradise Valley, Arizona

Winnetka, Illinois

Moorhead, Minnesota

Bentonville, Arkansas

Bridgeport, West Virginia

Carmel, Indiana

Cody, Wyoming

New Albany, Ohio

Jasper, Indiana

Bismarck, North Dakota

Rochester, Minnesota

St. Joseph, Michigan

Carroll, Iowa

Brandon, South Dakota

Johnston, Iowa

St. Marys, Ohio

Solana Beach, California

Lititz, Pennsylvania

Williston, North Dakota

Staunton, Virginia

Kirkland, Washington

Mammoth Lakes, California

Sartell, Minnesota

Aberdeen, South Dakota

North Liberty, Iowa

Riverton, Wyoming

Andover, Kansas

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Edgewood, Kentucky

North Canton, Ohio

Montgomery, Ohio

Monroe, Wisconsin

South Jordan, Utah

Wyomissing, Pennsylvania

Traverse City, Michigan

Durango, Colorado

Grand Rapids, Minnesota