Top Ten Friendliest U.S. StatesTopTenJackson Here is a list of the most friendliest U.S. states.
The Top Ten
Have you ever heard of Minnesota Nice? It's a real thing. There are many good qualities of Minnesota and its people. They are nice, generous, polite, helpful, considerate, hospitable, mindful and many more. And plus, it's a beautiful place, with all those thousands of lakes and forests decorating the state. It's a wonderful place no matter what season it is. You betcha!
I live in Minnesota and I can verify that we are awesome!
I live in Minnesota and everyone is really kind here. Not everyone is the best thought, because some humans are mean, but in general, strangers I've met are always nice to me!
Minnesota is a very good state with very good people.V 8 Comments
I feel like Iowa should be up a little higher I've never ran into anyone that's rude, and I'm currently 16 so hopefully it doesn't change
Spend time at a hawkeye tailgate and you will see just how friendly everyone is. Complete strangers will talk to you, invite you to meet their group, and share food with you.
It's a wonderful state. It's full of great people.
Great people. Smile, say Hi. Talk to strangers and willing to help out anyone.V 10 Comments
The most friendly! People in Seattle are friendly, they watch out for bad things, and it is really cool! - TopTenJackson
Smart people with a smart elected government. They take care of each other.
This is one of the most welcoming states to live in.
Just like Canada nice friendly and very polite and welcoming. Washingtonians are the best!V 1 Comment
Pot was the WORST decision ever, bringing an influx of more beggars who are unwilling to work and inept drivers. Sobers are sick of paying for the consequences of drunk governor's decisions.
Everyone is so happy and friendly. Most people are very laid back.
The weather here is the best in the country, the people, not so!
You may find some friendly people in the smaller towns,but I live in Denver and can tell you they are among the rudest and most self- centered people I've ever met,as bad or worse than the East Coast.V 3 Comments
Passive aggressive to the max. They will smile and shake your hand and insult you the second you leave.
Incredibly passive aggressive.The little time I spent on the Oregon coast people seemed nice, but in a lot of the major cities I have experienced predominantly passive aggressive behavior. Most of the people I first met were very nice with a welcoming smile, but their comments were subtly insulting. They may be nice to other Oregonians, but the message that outsiders are not welcome comes across quite assertively.
Central/Western Oregon is by far the friendliest place in the USA.
My mom grew up in Oregon, so we'd visit family there occasionally. Always loved how nice everyone there was, especially compared to the Northeast, where I'm from. Just don't ever call it "Orey-gone."V 5 Comments
I have visited Texas many times, and the folks there are great! Texas is also known for great schools and colleges with nicely landscaped campuses that are well maintained. Most importantly, Texas is a reasonable place for small and large businesses interested in relocating or expanding their operations, and reasonable cost of living.
Texas is the friendliest Been to 42 states and Texas is the friendliness by far. People always greet with a smile and are willing to help. Also a nice place to drive. San Antonio/South Texas is the friendliness part if anyone wonders.
Texans are by far the friendliest people! Nobody could be anymore generous, polite and hospitable then Texans! - nmk
People in Texas are very friendly. To the people saying that Texas people are racist and rude, there are racist and rude people everywhere. In general, Texas people are friendly and helpful.V 8 Comments
It's not one of the most racist states as previously stated that person was probably from New Jersey that made that remark.
Everybody here is just a friendly Southerner
Good nice people who cook good food - lbelle0527
We drove through NC on a roadtrip and we were taken aback by how friendly and kind people were.V 7 Comments
I'm originally from California and when I first found out that I would be moving here a few years ago I was dreading it... I thought that everybody here would be hicks or Bible thumpers but it turned out that everyone is SO WONDERFUL! People here never walk past you without a hello and how are you doing? They always invite you over to "eat somethin' good" and the food is amazing. I miss Cali but I definitely don't mind staying in this sweet friendly place. And no not everyone is stupid here like most outsiders would think, in fact almost everyone I know is well educated
From Kentucky. Living in northern Alabama. My trips to Tennessee have been met with consistent kindness and genuine Southern hospitality. Seriously well mannered people. Nashville is the friendliest city you'll ever find.
I want to move to Cleveland but I am on disability and I would like to go to the omega center I don't own a car and I can't figure out the bus schedule or anything else for that matter can any help please
I live in Tennessee the churches have very friendly people. They did not call this state the volunteer state for nothing.V 3 Comments
I have been to 44 states and spent quite some time in each one. New Mexico to me is a special place. I'm a black American and feel less disrespected here than I have in other states. Less materialistic, laid back, somewhat diverse, and they don't appear to tolerate any one race trying to play ruler!
New Mexico has a unique history in the US and with Santa Fe being the capital, has an eclectic population and with that culture, arts, history, natural beauty, and a laid back pace with city attributes. It's the best of many worlds including a healing mecca of the US: body, mind and spirit.
People are more friendlier in New Mexico then any East Coast states
Never had a bad experience in Georgia. Love it! The people are lovely.
The people in Georgia are very friendly and hospitable.
Hands down best state in the usV 2 Comments
Lived there before and everyone has the good old southern manners and this is just the kindest state ever, in my opinion
South Carolina is a great state every body is so nice!
Its nice and most people aren't Jerks
Live here it's awesomeV 2 Comments
Lived in Virginia all my life, and I've got to say it is a wonderful place to live, but it has some flaws. About half of the people here aren't that sociable and would like to be left alone, especially in the larger populated counties and cities, so don't expect to be making friends off the bat if you move here. I would also recommend taking a vacation to Virginia before making your finale choice. If you go to the countryside, the coastal area and the mountains, more people will probably be open for a conversation with you. There are also a lot of good, interesting and cool museums in Virginia, so if you like to see and learn more about something, you should check them out.
Chesapeake and Norfolk are intensely rude and snobbish, I mean they've mastered rudeness to an art form. Can't wait to leave. What do they have to be so snobbish about is the question of the day!
If you are an African American woman and you wear your hair natural don't come here especially Norfolk people here a just insensitive.
I lived in virginia beach for seven years and I have to say they are arrogant and rude, not to mention backwoods and just dumb... beautiful place cost of living is low... but the people do not move here visit yes... move hell noV 3 Comments
Lived here 30 years. Lots of great things, but a very difficult state to make friends in. People tend to be closed off and insular.
This is true. I was born in Massachusetts and found it tough to make friends. People do not trust each other. When I moved to Rhode Island I actually found people to be a bit friendlier, so I cannot understand why Massachusetts is ranked 13th and Rhode Island is 49th. - alg2468
Almost got killed by doctors in Boston. People are very dishonest, they lie to my face all the time. They are also very mean and rude and fake. I've traveled a lot around the world, I think Boston is the worst place with the worst people by far.
I lived in Massachusetts all my life. People are very snobby and very unfriendly. I wish to leave this state, someday. Besides, it is extremely very expensive.
Nope these people are the nicest I've ever met and people don't use Racist words here!. This should be on the nicest us State list.V 4 Comments
If your from away, stay away is mostly what you will hear in Maine. They like tourist money but not tourists...they like flatlander money, but not flatlanders...
The people are great. Friendly and helpful. It is a state where self sufficiency is either in the background or the foreground.
I've been to Maine every year since I was 8 years old, and I've met a local that hasnt been super nice and helpful. They are such nice people and the state is beautiful
I've lived here my entire life and it's absolutely awful! The people here may be friendly, but they're often racist and pretentious. As stated by someone else, "friendliness is fake and centers around Southern Baptist"s. If you're looking for diversity or to surround yourself with open-minded people, don't visit here.
I've lived here since birth and I can promise you that it does NOT belong in this list. Everyone here is a douche, and that's an understatement.
Kentucky gives a bad name to the USA. I cannot think of one redeeming quality that Kentucky has. Friendliness is fake and centers around Southern Baptist who use a smile to trick people.
I grew up in KY an dmoved to Texas later. KY has far fewer snobs. Just like anywhere else you'll run into rude people sometimes, but KY is a friendly state overall.V 4 Comments
I live in Indiana, and most of the people I know there are very nice and kind to me, like my family, friends, teachers, etc. Why is there a reason to hate Indiana? - creed99
Super friendly. You don't stay broken down on the road very long in this state.
I love Indiana! Everyone's is so caring and kind
Indiana is the rudest place on earth I'll agree. Women act like men.V 1 Comment
The only reason Montana is this low is because you haven't been here
Every person you encounter in this state are among the friendliest you will ever meet. Montanans will welcome complete strangers to their treasured mountain lands and and make your stay a memorable one under the Big Sky.
Very friendly people
Very rude people! been around the WORLD and would rather move back to Communist China than stay here!V 1 Comment
Lived in 9 states. In NY from 5th grade through high school. My mom still lives there along with 3 siblings. Most unfriendly state. At least the Saratoga/ upstate people. Went back to visit a few years ago and still rude. Following traffic laws gets the middle finger at you and the local YMCA wasn't very pleasant either. And if that wasn't enough, can't find a church to attend. The church I went to long ago was turned into apartments. My kids and I did not feel welcome and my adult daughter was very eager to leave.
I have lived in New York and I think upstate NY is the best place in the country.
I have been to NYC, Reno, Chicago, Los Angels...I am still in NY yet. New York is the worst! Other people in other state are SO nice.
New Yorkers are standoffish but genuine once you get to know them.V 1 Comment
I heard Chicago is an amazing place. Beautiful skyline and the lake lining the whole Eastern side of the city is just gorgeous. As well as an amazing place, I also heard they have amazing and outgoing people, despite being a big city. One of the biggest in the country!
Chicago has lots of friendly citizens! - TopTenJackson
Chicago is terrible and the violence through the ROOF! Do NOT move to Chicago! I've lived in the Western burbs outside Chi my whole life, and I HATE even going near the city. Just terrible. IL all together is a run-down state and I can not WAIT to leave.
They seems to be good citizens. At Chicago, for a big city like this, has some friend to talk with.
The people here are so friendly. If you ask someone for directions, they will help out and sometimes drop want they're doing to help. I have never met a rude person. People will always hold the door open for you. It's the little things
Oklahoma has the friendliest people hands down! Everyone is happy and outgoing. I'm amazed at how friendly everyone is here I've lived here for five years and traveled all over the USA and have yet to meet people friendlier than Oklahomans.
Very friendly people.
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