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Where Should You Live When You Retire?

Retirement is something that all working people should think about, no matter how old they are. However, these thoughts need to become more serious the older a person gets. Which US state should you live in when you grow up? Take this quiz to find out.
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Do you want to live by the coast?
Yes
No
No, but I would like to live by water

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Do you prefer cities or country?
City
Country
I like both

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What is your favorite season?
Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

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Is it important that your family can visit you?
Yes
No
No, but I want to visit them

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Which of these is your favorite outdoor activity?
Gardening
Playing sports
Other
I don't like to go outside

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Are you a libral or conservative?
Libral
Conservative
I am somewhere in the middle

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Do you think you will lead an active life when you retire?
Yes
No
I don't know

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You are 70, and your partner asks you to marry them. What do you say?
Yes
No, I am too old
No, I don't want to get married again
I don't know

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Which storm could you best deal with?
Snow storms
Hurricane
Tornado

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Are you looking forward to retirement?
Yes, it is coming up soon!
Yes, but I need to wait awhile
No, I want to keep working
I'm not sure

Florida

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Florida is one of the most common places for retired people to want to move to. Why? It should be obvious. Aside from the occasional tropical storm, Florida has wonderfully mild weather that could make anyone want to move them. Besides, what's better than living near the ocean?

Maine

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You should move to Maine when you retire. What happens in Maine? Nothing! It's a safe place to live. Sometimes snowstorms may get in your way, but other than that, it is a beautiful place to live in.

New York

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Want to retire but don't want to be bored to death because of it? Move to New York! You can live away from the cities, but still be close enough to visit them whenever you want. You can have everything that is great about the city and the country all in one!

Colorado

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Colorado is beautiful in the summer time, and it gets a hint of snow in the winter. This is a great place to live if you love the outdoors. Colorado is beautiful and family friendly, so relatives are sure to want to visit!

Texas

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There's hardly anywhere that holds the values of the South better than Texas. This state has everything a conservative retiree would love. Texas has both countryside and big cities, so you can have a mix of both in this large state.
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