Ohio Not The Best Place To Keep Your Resolution


Having a hard time starting or sticking to your resolutions? Maybe you can blame it on where you live. Wallet Hub analyzed data from 57 key metrics -- ranging from percentages of adult obesity, smoking and binge drinking, to average household income, job opportunities, and number of parks and recreation areas -- to determine the Best and Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2021. Notice Ohio cities are not among the worst, but is nowhere near the best. Overall 182 cities made the list. Among Ohio's largest cities Columbus ranks 80th, Cincinnati 90th, Cleveland 160th and Toledo 172nd.

Here are the Top 5 Best Cities for Keeping Your Resolutions:

  1. Scottsdale, Arizona
  2. Salt Lake City, Utah
  3. Seattle, Washington
  4. Irvine, California
  5. San Diego, California

The Top 5 Worst Cities for Keeping Your Resolutions:

  1. Gulfport, Mississippi
  2. Huntington, West Virginia
  3. Shreveport, Louisiana
  4. Newark, New Jersey
  5. Charleston, West Virginia

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