East Cleveland and Cleveland are the most miserable places in Ohio, according to one web site.
After collecting a variety of data and crunching some numbers, roadsnacks.net was able to compile a list of the most miserable cities in the Buckeye State.
They took information from the Census’s American Community Survey 2010 - 2014 report for the criteria, which includes: percentage of residents with a college degree, average commute times, unemployment rates, cost of living, percent of married couples, percent of home owners and poverty rate.
They also limited their search to 343 places in Ohio with over 2,000 people.
This may not be a list that you want your city to make, you can find a list of the happiest cities here.
The Cincinnati-Dayton area could have done worst because only five local cities made it into the top 30.
Cincinnati comes in at number six out of this list of 343 places in Ohio.
Their population is at 297,117 with only 31.8 percent of people there who own their homes.
Married adults is about 27.7 percent.
Dayton comes in next on this list.
Married adults in the Gem City is at 26.9 percent and people who own their home at 38.1 percent.
Dayton also has a population of about 141,776.
This city in Montgomery County got the 11th position on this list.
People who own their homes in Trotwood is at 46.2 percent and married adults was calculated at 36.1 percent.
About 24,322 people live in Trotwood.
Hamilton has a population of about 62,366 with the amount of people that own their house at 48.7 percent.
Married adults in Hamilton comes to about 40.9 percent.
Springfield wraps up this list of the top 30 most miserable local cities.
People who own their homes in this city is at 42.9 percent with the percent of married adults at 37.2.
Springfield has a population of about 60,216.
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