Top Ten Friendliest U.S. StatesHere is a list of the most friendliest U.S. states.
The Top Ten
Although I live in Georgia and I admire Texas a lot, I was originally a citizen of Minnesota. And out of all the years that I lived there, there was never any true bullies or jerks out there!
I'm a sixth grader in a small town in Minnesota called Albany. I was really nervous for middle school because two other schools (Holy Family and Avon) were coming too. I didn't really have any friends and was worried because the few that I had weren't in my class. As it turns out, I had nothing to worry about. Everyone was really nice and I quickly made new friends.
I am a man in my mid 50's, former military who has been in every state and lived in every time zone in the lower 48. Overall by far the people in the Arrowhead region of Minnesota are the nicest most polite people in the country. If you can handle the extreme cold Northern Minnesota is the best kept secret in the nation.
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!V 30 Comments
The best place you could ever ask. Super nice people in Iowa everywhere.
Even at the local Starbucks people are considerate. I was babysitting a kindergarten 5 year old boy and he had to go to the restroom. Someone came up to me a few minutes later and informed me that the door was really heavy so he might be having trouble getting out. How sweet! Then a lady pointed out and helped pick out a LEGO piece he had dropped.
People who live in Iowa are the most considerate friendly people ever.
It's a godly stateV 17 Comments
I'm from Colorado I take lots of trips there and what I like is that everyone is so friendly and helpful
Rudest state is florida and new york
Best state ever! Never leaving
I've lived in Texas, California, Puerto Rico, Florida, and have constantly visited many states in between. After moving to Colorado, I realized it has one of the friendliest and most welcoming environments by far. The mountains and scenery are gorgeous, there are lots of fun outdoor activities available, and you feel a sense of security everywhere you go. Everyone is compassionate and you don't need to be checking for any shady characters 24/7. I absolutely love this state!V 13 Comments
They will talk to you but don't want to live with black folk's
Ok why are we 15 for rudest but 3 for friendliness too. That kinda describes the weather here too though
Seattle Freeze = Minnesota Nice
Seattle Freeze is rather passive, yet friendly and nice beneath.
I love and miss my Washington! I currently live in Buffalo ny and find it the meanest evilest place I've lived in-I am definitely trying to move back!V 8 Comments
If you care about the Civil War, move here. This is a horrendous state.
Lived in NC for over a decade, racism is definitely still alive and well. You will also find discrimination in the work place if you are not a southerner you will be passed over for raises, and promotions. Southern folk will smile to your face and stab you in the back. They still have a problem with the war they lost.
It's not one of the most racist states as previously stated that person was probably from New Jersey that made that remark.
I've been to almost every east coast state. North Carolina wins hands down, particularly the western part of the state.V 11 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.
Western Oregon is the friendliest state I've ever been and I've been to many of them.V 5 Comments
From Memphis, every time I go somewhere else in Tennessee everybody cool, but here in Memphis all we wanna do is act tuff for no reason
I have met some very nice people and then I have met many others that have called me a yankee just because I moved here from another state and others that have asked me if I'm even a real Christian since I'm from one of those Northern States. I originally thought everyone was so nice until I started noticing people be nice in front of their "friends" and then talk nasty about them the second they left...oh yes and "Bless Your Heart" not nice at all...It is a beautiful state though and if you can stay around the decent people and don't let the other ones get to you then you will be ok...
I have lived in Tennessee my entire life and I can say that most of the people here are really kind and wonderful, no matter what city you go to. Nashville, Knoxville, etcetera, they all have mostly nice people.
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 educatedV 12 Comments
I was visiting NY with my daughter and we went and rented bikes to ride around Central Park and the gentleman who rented the bikes to us said that out of many tourist his favorite are the people from Texas. Ironically after reading these comments, I have to say that the man who rented us the bikes was black. I don't doubt racism exist but let's be honest here, prejudice is part of ALL colors. I was raised in poor, predominately black area, and "darker" blacks got made fun of and as a general rule is "less desired" from many in the community I was raised in, and then we also have to address white discrimination, I was the only white kid in the school and I was made fun of, picked on and stereo typed a lot. There was one white girl and I did not like her at all. I liked many other pretty black girls and said so. Once these other girls heard I ended up having a black girlfriend. All the identity politics of today is such a lie and tool to divide and get votes. Anyway, Texas is the BEST, ...more
I have lived in five states and traveled to many others. Texans are the nicest and most helpful to strangers. I was most impressed that the people working at Wall Mart went out of their way to help me find what I needed during my first week in Amarillo. Years later I'm srill here.
Nice place, great people.
Not too friendly in my opinion (I live here), but it has its plusesV 20 Comments
Every one there is so nice and is willing to take a e extra mile extra mile each day
I don't know
Ay we number ten. Its probably because we don't hate, we discriminate.
I disagree lol. A fellow Canadian was driving through Georgia, was arrested and fined. Perfect model citizen not a blemish on her record. Her crime? driving with a Canadian License which according to the officer is not valid in The State of Georgia (Georgia State Traffic Code clearly states Canadian licenses are valid by the way)
She was fined $2,000 thrown in jail and had her car impounded.
Virginia use to be super friendly, but it has become a new home for a lot of New Yorkers and people from other parts of the country who aren't as friendly and move here for lower taxes and cheaper housing prices. Everyone says how "friendly" Richmond is. Maybe 15 years ago. Now Richmond is just very blah and people are aloof and don't say hello to you some times even when you're walking down the street. The Shenandoah Valley by far, is the most friendly region of Virginia. The rest of the state is a mixed bag.
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.
If you lived in a small community, yes. The majority of this state isn’t really kind
I'd rather prefer you not go to the Hampton Roads AreaV 7 Comments
I've lived in Massachusetts for many years and they are the worst people ever. How it made the list is beyond me. - chrichmich
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.
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. - alg2468V 11 Comments
I live in maine, and it is full of nice people. Random people will say hi in a store
People from Maine would not say stay away if you are from away. I would say not just money they like they like tourists and flatlanders equally. I would say this is the friendliest state in the nation.
I have met more friendly people here than any other state. Locals will wave at you as you drive by. They are 100 times more friendly than people from California and New York.
I am obsessed with this state I want to go every year. The people are very sweet to me. I recamend bar harborV 3 Comments
Born in CA 1957 I'm DONE with their rudeness, fast drivers, mean people. give me 5 acres of pure heaven in another state. Neighbors can see into your house, neighbors kids crying none stop, dogs barking, loud base sounds, gangs taken over the beaches, homeless sleeping on your front yard. I have lived in Manhattan beach, La Jolla shores, second home in Palm Springs. Done with California! Time to retire to a another state.
I have visited and also have lived. it is a mixed bag. LA cities( LA County) Long term residents, not there to be in the industry from some place else are the nicest people, newly moved there and keeping up with the jones type, which there are plenty there, are rude. Venice Beach, Marina Del Ray, San Fran, San Jose, in my personal opinion are the friendliest in California.
I grew up in southern CA about an hour from LA. The people are stuck up, rude, and think they are all better than you. It's a great place to visit; there are so many wonderful places and aspects about California, but the people aren't one of them.
I lived here for nearly three years and I was in the Bay Area and then Sac. The people were WAY more friendly than Minnesota. This website is wrong. Lol. I loved Cali! I’ll probably move back. Made more friends hereV 12 Comments
I Was very scared about moving here from Virginia but the family came down to myrtle beach for vacation for 40 years and now We live n Myrtle Beach Ad Every One Is So nice
We are very freindly to everyone
It's a utopia for sure. Everyone is friendly, polite, hospitable, helpful and caring.
Living here all my life and people are amazing.V 6 Comments
We are literally the nicest people on earth
The only exposure I have had with Nebraskans was when I was in the Army. Everyone I met who was from Nebraska were extremely affable and relatable. I love that because that is the way I am :). I have always wanted to live in NE, but moving from SC to NE is a big jump unfortunately. I love my USA. May the Lord bless our country.
I was once told my a Canadian that people from Nebraska were so friendly they made HIM uncomfortable.
Nebraska is culturally and demographically very similar to Iowa so I have no idea how it ended up #34 and Iowa #1.V 4 Comments
I agree with Indiana sucks and the police here are tyrants.
The weather is awful summers are short and mild but cold weather is dominant here its gray most of the time. Don't go there.
This state is friendly but I have advise to never go to ohio
Indiana is a mixed bag of people depending on where you go you will either love it or hate it. Possitive things are nice people, great craft beer scene, affordable housing and the downtown area is getting better every year. Negitive things some people definitely have the "hick" culture down and they live by it, we do have a bit of a meth and heroin problem but those people tend to stay away from the populated areas, amd ithe downtown area is surrounded by ghettos but over all I don't mind it here
I just moved from Indiana to Florida. I grew up in Michigan. As far as friendly goes both of them states are way more friendly than Florida. The dismissive attitude in Florida I could live with out. The weather makes up for it.V 10 Comments
Kansas should be higher on the list, I've lived here my whole life and I disagree with the person who says they met people who bragged about themselves or used zero manners, I have met people like that, but I've also met people in other places who were WAY worse. But then again that person seems to have been around, I won't fully explain why you're wrong but I hope you get it.
I have lived in Kansas for several years and have very rarely met a person that is rude whatsoever. pretty much all the people here are nice and very considerate.
Kansas deserves to be higher on the list. People are friendly here
I lived in Kansas for 20 years, had traveled a lot, and had never met anyone anywhere in the country with such self-infatuation. People openly bragged about themselves, used zero manners, and exhibited the paranoid-Christian conservative white mentality that put Donald Trump into the White House. (How did Hillary lose Arkansas)?V 4 Comments
It is neat how they are friendly and there flag represents friendship and peace
Moved here about 20yrs ago and this place is the worst for self centered back stabbing people once you get to know them. It's a cultural thing statewide that I can't get used too.
Very friendly people especially in the town where I live. Crime is very minimal here too. Not too many nut cases and if they are they are also friendly in some way.
Oklahoma is hands down the most Friendliest state I have ever been to! The people are amazing, and are very genuine. I have been all over this country, and am always amazed and blown away at how friendly people are here.V 6 Comments
I have traveled from state to state but Wisconsin in my opinion should be at the top I know we have bad drivers but we only drive like that in the winter cause the ice is so thick and are cars slide but there is always a friend to help you last year my car tire went flat and I had a a spare tire but I didn't have a Jack so a stranger pulled over and helped me he helped get his Jack under my car and put the wheel on my car then I was back the road
Wisconsin should be higher. Everywhere I go in my small town someone always waves or smiles.
Depend what of Wisconsin yet most is GREAT!
Hands down Wisconsin has the nicest peopleV 14 Comments
A beautiful and peaceful place. I plan to spend more time in New Mexico.
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
Why is this below MASSACHUSETTS? Are you kidding? This should be in the top 5. Welcoming, humorous, and very caring people. While the weather here is about the coldest in the lower 48, the people here are the some of the warmest you'll ever meet!
Met some of the nicest people in Montana!
The only reason Montana is this low is because you haven't been hereV 5 Comments
Missouri > Massachusetts
This use to be a friendly place, but it isn't anymore. We have a lot of people retiring here from California. Yuck.
There are lots of friendly people in missouri but also lots of drug using,racist and ignorant minded people.
The Mormons are super nice and Utah as a whole gives the most to charity.
They donate the most
I grew up in Utah and didn't fully appreciate how amazing the people are until I moved elsewhere. I have travelled all over the USA and Europe. I lived in Michigan, Ohio and Ireland and I can tell you that Utah is the friendliest and most beautiful place to be anywhere.
Good state this isV 3 Comments
I can't speak for the rest of the state, but coastal south Florida (Palm Beach, Broward, Miami) is horrible. The people are self serving and just plain nasty. Miami is riddled with crime. The traffic is beyond bad and the weather may seem nice at first, but 80+ degrees the entire year round with 1000% humidity gets really old really fast. The colleagues of mine that have not yet left are all making plans to leave this terrible place. I, too, plan to leave as soon as feasibly possible.
Northern/Mid/Western Florida may be okay, but here it is definitely a human-garbage wasteland.
I moved here to work, from the Midwest and I have never witnessed such unfriendly people in my lifetime. It is hard to stay happy in this state.
I live in Florida and everyone I've seen or talked to were very kind
All my family lives in Florida, so I go down there every year. I've made friends in places like t Augustine (which is an AWESOME town),and it feels like home to me. Every time I leave I get so sad. Sometime I'm planning to move there...V 8 Comments
People always assume that since people don't talk to you in Manhattan, that they are "mean" or "rude," but the truth is, the just want to get to where they are going. If you ask a New Yorker for directions, they would be more that happy to give them to you, just may not go out of their way to do it. This doesn't make them unfriendly, however.
People in NYC are WAY NICER than people in Boston
I'm tired of people stereotyping others just because of what state they were born in. I get that this list is based off of the majority, but not every New Yorker is rude. I lived there for quite a while and my friends were all nice. :/
Massachusetts > New YorkV 8 Comments
After nearly 30 yrs in the military I've met people from, and been to almost every state. Bar none the friendliest people in the country are from North Dakota!
Just good ole down to earth folks
People in North Dakota are very friendly! They are also sweet and caring.
Really amazing people!V 1 Comment
South Dakota is an amazing state it is beautiful here come here in summer
Most of the drivers here are complete jerks. People are often pushy. Weather's horrible. Wouldn't recommend coming here.
South Dakota should be at the top, I'm from Minnesota, and I can't walk five feet without someone stopping me asking for a photo, or striking up a conversation with me. They are definitely not shy and very extreverted
The people are the friendliest. Open and will talk to almost anyone!
I'm born and raised here. I stay around northeast Ohio, some people are rude and mean but a lot are nice too. There's a good variety of people, and you usually don't have to go far for anything as it's fairly dense over here. There's plenty to do here and people are relatively easy going and nice to talk to.
We should be number 6
It sometimes depends, where I live in ohio some people are mean but a lot of them aren't, central and south ohio would have to be the friendliest areasV 4 Comments
I love it here great school's,restaurants, Lots of churches, and it is not racist at all
Mostly clean too
Everyone smiles here. If they hate you they don't show it.
It is the nicest staye
I have lived in about 15 states and I recently moved to Kentucky. I see no reason to leave. I am in Lexington and it is actually very diverse here. Lots of churches, synagogues, and mosques and there doesn't seem to be trouble with that. People are great here except when they get behind the wheel and then they turn into monsters. But I guess that's everywhereV 8 Comments
To be really honest the people in here are very friendly and not rude - Sweet_tv
The people are so kind and thoughtful!
I was born in Alabama. I have lived in 17states and traveled to 43. Alabama is a great state with warm and friendly people who are always willing to lend a helping hand. Beautiful lakes and the gulf beaches are breathtaking.
Southern hospitality is real and people are always willing to help someone in need. I love the coastline and the beautiful sunsets matches the beautiful hearts they have.V 3 Comments
Southern residents of Louisiana (everywhere south of Alexandria) are the nicest and funnest people you will ever meet. Residents in northern Louisiana are a whole different breed and rude as crap. This is coming from a 25 year northern Louisiana resident who left the state because of the NWLA people.
This is a joke that it's not even in the top 10
Um I don’t know why people think this place is so nice. a lot of people the age of 17 and younger are complete jackasses
The Cajun Navy (great flood of 2016) is an excellent example of the friendliness and helpful nature of the people of Louisiana! The people who had trucks and boats seemed out those that needing rescuing or help - way before any governmental help would even try. They also headed to Texas during the hurricane flooding of 2017. I grew up in the outskirts of Baton Rouge. The people here have hospitality, friendliest, and give you the shirt off their back when needed.V 3 Comments
I just finished my vacation here and for now I rate this number 1!
I love it here! Everyone is so nice!
Coming from Pa and going into West Virginia, As soon as your in WV you'd swear your in another country with the friendliest people around. Pennsylvania people are rude and not polite. I'll take WV any day. WV should be #1.
I've lived in West Virginia for most of my life---briefly in Virginia and Delaware. It's been my experience to hear from many that have moved into our state that the people of West Virginia are amazingly friendly. As a teacher, when new students arrived, they felt quite welcome. We are very friendly, and we're there for our neighbors! We should be number 1!V 4 Comments
I didn’t know there was a 50th state
Super underrated state. Some of the nicest people you will ever meet are Arkies.
Arkansas is misunderstood in many ways, and generally ignored, so I'm not surprised the down home friendliness of its residents is being overlooked yet again.
His place is sooo friendlyV 1 Comment
I have traveled to many states in the union and have lived in central New Hampshire for many years. I have found that he closer to Boston you get, the more rude people you will find.There are mean, rude and inconsiderate people everywhere, no matter what state you live, but in New Hampshire you'll find some of the most friendly people in the central to the northern parts of the state. It's a wonderful place to live.
I have lived in many different states across the U.S. This will be my 28th year in Southern NH. It is very difficult to make friends in this state. It has taken twenty years to get to know people. The public is very cold and rude. If you say hello to someone on the sidewalk they turn their head and ignore you. Siberia is probably a better place. I will be retiring elsewhere.
I am in my late 50's and have lived in a number of states. Without a doubt, I have never been so unhappy as I am in New Hampshire! Cold and vicious people."Live Free or Die"? NOT in New Hampshire!
This state has many residents originally from Massachusetts, and many of them are not too friendly, especially in the southern part of the state and large cities. The northern rural areas are friendlier. - alg2468
Horrible dating scene. I'm from Ohio and found out fast that it is super hard to make friends here and establish real connections. Most people here are two face, only care about themselves, their status, or who they can use next. Do not move here you will regret wasting years in this state.
This statement is also what I have found. Outside the large cities, the smaller city that I am in is so helpful and very nice. I have lived, for at least a dozen years each, in Texas, California, Colorado and Minnesota. Glad to be in Arizona!
Lovely, live-and-let-live folks outside the bigger cities. People look out for one another here, but aren't nosy or meddlesome. Tucson is backward, insular, anti-growth and stuck in the past. Phoenix is big and can feel impersonal, but the suburbs are nice.
I have lived here all my life. People are very superficially nice. Someone can hate you so much, but they'd be so nice to you.
You guys clearly don't know how this state is like. There is a bunch of friendly people here.
Okay...if you have hatred in your heart of course you will find only horrible people and think it is a "horrible state."
You are in a "horrible state of mind" to say that about the entire state of Maryland.
I hate Maryland; horrible people and a horrible state.
I lived in Takoma Park, it's called as a joke the people 's republic, and it was an OK place. some community feeling. people were reserved, some made an effort to be neighborly. a place for faux hippies who drive VW's to congregate. very liberal. used to have a nice used bookstore, some decent food, had a co-op. bedroom community outside of washington, dc. overall md seemed unfriendly to me, but I can only speak for that particular area. people just leave you alone. racially mixed, high crime area towards the end of Flower Avenue as you move into Silver Spring and the Langley Park area. founded by the seventh day adventists, very narrow streets. was a funky place back when I lived there in the late 90s through the mid-00's.
I have lived in Idaho for over 10 years. I immediately felt like it was awful but stuck it out for my career. I can honestly say that I have never met so many people who are polite on the surface but uncaring, shallow and absolutely couldn't give a crap less if their neighbor died. One example: I am shocked at how frequently someone experiences a misfortune of life (illness, divorce, financial issue, etc) and the response is they were a smoker, or who couldn't see he was a cheater, or obviously they can't manage a budget. Judgement without compassion. Horrible, horrible place.
Most people are super nice. If your car broke down on the road/highway someone will pull over to help.
Lived in Idaho for about a year and that was enough, moved back to Minnesota
I moved from California and I can 100% say people are nicer here and more high quality ie not drug addicts or homeless people.
I am shocked that this place is so low! I went on this website only because I vacationed in Hawaii and was completely blown away by how friendly everyone here was! Everybody I met was extremely welcoming, helpful, and also family oriented. I have never been so content meeting new individuals
I don't understand why the Aloha State is so low on this list. Although they seem irritated to tourists at first, once you get to know them, they're very genuine and warm. Friendliest people I've ever met. As long as you don't act like you own the place when you come here and pollute the beaches, us residents will gladly welcome you. Don't let the guarded exterior fool you!
Sure, there's good old southern hospitality, but I'm surprised the "Aloha State" isn't on many lists. Hawaii is home to warm, friendly people, and if you look beyond the giant tourist industry, the locals are among the most welcoming people in the world.
Eh, Hawaii's more of a wildcard, well at least where I live in, Oahu. Some locals will treat the tourists with disdain, while others will look as presentable as they can for the tourists. The rude toward Honolulu locals and Westerners part is Leeward Oahu, they could also attack at any moment. Big Island is friendlier than Oahu, and Maui too likely.
I was visiting Vermont and the people there were all so nice and open to strangers, proud of their town and little community and in touch with their wonderful natural environment. People driving tractors waving you by, pedestrians smiling at you, very nice.
I still remember when me and my family were visiting relatives in Vermont our car skidded of the road in the heavy snow we weren't used to driving in usually, being from the south. Well, almost immediately a whole host of people stopped along the side of the road to help us, even though it was very late! Luckily no one was injured, but our car was not working for the time being and we were still far away from our relatives' house. This is the best part. One lady who stopped offered to take us back to her house, and we arrived in a warm, bright house just a few minutes later. She and her large family gave us socks, warm clothes, and hot chocolate, and I remember playing with her kids and thinking that it was the best sleepover later. The next morning we left and continued with our vacation, but I'll never forget the generosity and kindness the Vermonters showed us. I still have the socks!
People from Vermont are really different. They are really nice and helpful to anyone, no matter what state you are from. Vermont is really safe and you will feel very secure there.
You have mean and nice people in Rhode Island - it depends on who you meet and where. It has a bad reputation because it's a small state. The media does not stress it's natural beauty and focuses on its corrupt politics. Generally people in the smaller cities and rural areas are friendlier than in the large cities, and if you are friendly and say hello most do respond kindly. This state does not deserve to be ranked as 49th; it should be about average.
This place sucks
Probably the rudest people of all. Rhode Islanders are proud to be arrogant.
Lived in CT all of my life. Adults are snobs, kids are disrespectful, drivers are ferocious. The only "friendly" people here are the seniors. The second I have the opportunity to move I am grabbing my mom and getting out of here!
People here are very judgmental! Seems like everyone is in a rush, and many people are pretty self centered. There are decent people though too.
Connecticut is very bad at times, when I visited Arizona (which is kinda low on the list) I thought people were the friendliest! Kids are very rude here which made it tough growing up. I wouldn’t say no to an offer of moving if my friends came along.
This state has very rude unfriendly people in the large cities, which are very depressed economically, but friendlier people in the eastern half which is more rural. - alg2468V 2 Comments
People tend to be quiet and reserved. But they are very helpful and they genuinely care for each other, especially outside of Wilmington metro area. I have lived in different states and while many are all "smiles" and "hellos", it's very superficial. In Delaware the caring for each other runs deep. They are also very open to newcomers. They won't knock on your door the day you arrive with an apple pie, but they will immediately step in to help if you're in trouble. Great little state.
Horrible state people are rude always with their nose turned up. I felt more in a community the time I spent in Ny then in Delaware. And don’t travel to Wilmington nothing but drugs. Sad
Nah. Wrong. Nevada is great
Full of great people
I love driving in PA, well maintained roads, educated drivers. People do slow down to let you overpass them. Don't judge the whole state by the big cities.
I miss Kinzua's dam and the beach
I was born and raised in PA, lived there for the first 25 years of my life. I think overall, it's a friendly state, with some areas being more friendly (Altoona area) and others being more unfriendly (York area.) Where I lived (Wilkes-Barre area,) people are mostly good and willing to help someone in need, but are perhaps depressed as the area has become very crime ridden in recent years due to an influx of out of area people, who, dare I say, might not be so friendly?
Philadelphia is the troublesome of Pennsylvania.
I'm from a little town 45 mintues outside Pittsburgh called belle vernon. People are extreamly friendy here. You can walk up to any stranger and pretty much carry a conversation on with them unlike my current state of New Hampshire where people are just terribleV 4 Comments
Totally not any gun violence here - DeathGripsStayNoided
People talk a lot about Chicagoans, but the rest of the state's population is just as friendly. Very down-to-earth, polite, and helpful towards others regardless if you're a native or just touring.
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!V 4 Comments
I have lived in the lower peninsula my whole life and people are somewhat friendly, though the upper peninsula is very friendly
I grew up in a small rural town in Northern Michigan. It was very non-welcoming to people of different ethnic backgrounds...very racist. I also traveled to many other parts of the state and found the people in the upper peninsula were the friendliest. The southern half was not inviting. I will never go back there.
I left my fiance after moving there with him so he could be near his family. It was because of the people. Even his friends were unfriendly. Worst & rudest I've ever encountered.
In general, people are rude, in a hurry and I think depressed. Michigan has plenty of friendly people but overall people are just in their little bubbles.V 8 Comments
Mississippi is a very warm and friendly place! It may have its issues, and some aspects of the state are a little misunderstood, but the southern hospitality is really prevalent.
BEST STATE EVER!
People here seem clanish. Stick to their own. If you are different than them in any way, don't expect that same hospitality everyone else claims to experience.
This is the hospitality state! Should be the first one! Such friendly people and everyone knows everybody.V 5 Comments
I am from New Jersey and I could say that New Jersey is a great and friendly place. All these people are wrong and have apparently never been here before. They are idiots who are wasting their time coming here and talking BS about my beloved state. I have been living here my whole life and have never come across people who are making " being mean, aggressive, and exceptionally rude into an art form". So before you believe what these people are saying, know the actual facts. *Mic drop*.
I was born and raised in Hoboken, NJ, right across the Hudson River from Manhattan. A ten minute trip by subway to NYC and an even quicker ferry ride. Lived there 50 years. We definitely deserve to be last. I struggled my whole life by being a nice kind person in a state that has made being mean, aggressive, and exceptionally rude into an art form. We avoid eye contact at all costs. People here literally will hate or distrust you if you show any human decency. My many years of always "doing the right thing" have only resulted in being shunned, mistreated, and collectively being ripped off and being taken advantage of. It's even completely affected every member of my own family. Look at our last Governor, the former "bully in chief". I'm a highly intelligent perceptive man, so please trust me when I say the people of New Jersey take great pride in being as mean and as cruel to others for no reason as possible. EVERYONE drives like a maniac at 90 plus on the highways and don't care if ...more
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Apart from all of the above comments, New Jersey is an OK place then? Ha ha.V 7 Comments
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