OK cities make 'Best Places to Live' list | Community Spirit
If you have always believed that you live in one of the best places in the country, you may be right.
CNN Money has created a new list of the "Best Places to Live" in the United States and Oklahoma has its fair share of cities on the index.
Creators say they considered cities with low unemployment rates, high median family incomes, low home prices and a good job market.
Topping the list was the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, Indiana.
That town was followed by McKinney, Texas; Eden Prairie, Minnesota and Newton, Massachusetts.
The first Oklahoma town to make the list was Broken Arrow, ranking 69th out of the top 100 cities.
Broken Arrow is followed by Edmond, which came in 73rd place and Moore in 77th place.
Norman also made the list, scraping by in 92nd place.
For more information, visit the CNN website.