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Quiz: Which State Do You Belong In?

Everyone has one state that’s a perfect match for them. Maybe yours is in the bustling northeast… Or the slow-paced south… Or the friendly midwest… There’s only one way to find out though! Take the quiz below to reveal the state you truly belong in.

Which state is your perfect state? Are you going to have to pack up and move or are you already living where you’re meant to be? Let us know in the comments below!


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  1. Have yet to visit Montana, but would probably love it. But I am a FLorida girl at heart, having spent most of my life here.

  2. I will stay in Connecticut. Texas is not for me. Connecticut has always been my home state. When I want to visit other states I will hop a plane. I like to
    travel esp. in the U.S.

  3. I already live in the best state in the union; the only state that was a country first. There is no where else I’d rather be. The fight for Independence at the Alamo, 5000 versus 182, including Bowie, Travis, and Crockett, speaks volumes on who we were and still are.

  4. It chose Montana for me. I live in TX. Sounds about right since I don’t like the heat and humidity and do love the mountains.

  5. You were close with South Carolina. My home state is Virginia and I returned to it 12 years ago after being away for decades. Love being back home!

  6. I’m from Massachusetts and the quiz chose Nebraska. Hmmmm, my dream is to live in Arizona, but maybe I should visit Nebraska and see what happens!

  7. I live in PA, and the quiz said I should live in Texas. That’s interesting, I rescued my dog from Texas. But never thought about living there.

  8. South Carolina was under consideration for a while. I’m an Ohio native (50+ years), thought about the Carolinas, but have lived in mid-Florida for 19 years, to get far away from snow and cold weather.

  9. I’m from Massachusetts and never been to Nebraska which was picked from the quiz, now I’ll have to go there 🙂

  10. Montana is beautiful, but I could not live there because of the very cold winter weather and short winter days. I would pick New Mexico.

  11. Wow, pretty close! After being born in Florida, living for 25 years in New England, I now call North Carolina (not South Carolina, but just off by about 40 miles) home. Amazing!

  12. Well, it took a couple of tries but in the end I’m good with what I got. South Carolina, my birth state. I’d prefer Georgia, Tybee Island/Savannah area specifically. But SC would be cool.

  13. I already live in the Greatest State in the Nation TEXAS, and am very furtunate to live in the greatest community PORT ARANSAS.

    Your quiz worked excellent. It lead right to Texas!

  14. Minnesota is the state to live in because of the snow, picture perfect sunrises and sunsets, and the land of 10,000 lakes, great wildlife, amazing food, terrific homes and cabins, awesome landscape, great views, amazing people, great country music, and we are known as The North Star State.

  15. Spot on. I couldn’t have described myself better if I tried.  South Carolina, warm weather and friendliness. Sounds like a plan. 

  16. Illinois? No, thank you. I want an ocean coastline and lots of rain. Somewhere like Oregon or Northern California.

  17. Oh no, not Massachusetts ,   totally wrong, I am a North Carolina girl, love living here. Close to Mountains, close to beach. Here to stay :))

  18. I guess Illinois would be okay but I’m too old to move out of Massachusetts now. The winters are awful but the rest of the year is beautiful.

  19. Texas? Well maybe if in the Austin area , and my brother lives in San Antonio! But as for me, I’m content in SW Florida where it’s pretty much warm and sunny every day.

  20. Ding ding ding! Survey determined I belong in Oregon and that is soooo correct 🙂 I love Missouri where I am, but someday…

  21. Hawaii. Beautiful, scenic, but there’s this volcano that is having a temper tantrum at the moment. I’ll stay in Nebraska, where we’ve had some of the best weather in the world overall for the past few years.