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America’s 10 Most Popular Cities To Live, 2017

The Texas capital, Austin ranked as the No. 1 place to live in America in 2017, according to new ranking by realtor.com, with Jacksonville (Florida) coming in at No. 2 and Las Vegas at No. 3.

Other cities that made the top 10 include Nashville, Charlotte, Phoenix, Riverside-San Bernardino, Oklahoma City, Tucson Arizona, and Portland Oregon.

So, if you are looking for a new place to live in the United States, these 10 cities are worth considering.

The new list took into account 3 factors, including migration ratio between metro areas, popularity on their website (views ratio), and overall population growth (2015 to 2017).

How does your city rank?

These are the 10 most popular cities to Live in America, 2017

  1. Austin, Texas
    Migration ratio: 1.46
    Views ratio: 0.80
    Growth ratio: 7.8%
  2. Jacksonville, Florida
    Migration ratio: 1.15
    Views ratio: 2.11
    Growth ratio: 5%
  3. Las Vegas, Nevada
    Migration ratio: 1.14
    Views ratio: 1.64
    Growth ratio: 5.2%
  4. Nashville, Tennessee
    Migration ratio: 1.23
    Views ratio: 1.09
    Growth ratio: 4.4%
  5. Charlotte, North Carolina
    Migration ratio: 1.23
    Views ratio: 0.98
    Growth ratio: 4.4%
  6. Phoenix, Arizona
    Migration ratio: 1.13
    Views ratio: 1.10
    Growth ratio: 4.4%
  7. Riverside-San Bernardino, California
    Migration ratio: 1.20
    Views ratio: 1.27
    Growth ratio: 2.8%
  8. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    Migration ratio: 1.32
    Views ratio: 0.92
    Growth ratio: 2.8%
  9. Tucson, Arizona
    Migration ratio: 1.06
    Views ratio: 1.63
    Growth ratio: 1.6%
  10. Portland, Oregon
    Migration ratio: 1.17
    Views ratio: 0.74
    Growth ratio: 3.9%

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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