According to the study, San Diego ranked quite high in numerous categories, leading to the highest overall ranking of the best city in the United States. Skyline of Downtown San Diego in California, USA at Sunset Known for its beautiful beaches, quality cuisine, numerous parks and great weather, the Southern California Hot Spot is a frequently visited destination for travelers from all over the country. SAN DIEGO, CA Nearly a third of Americans say the coronavirus pandemic has caused them to reevaluate where they live, according to a new ranking. San Diego ranked 97th best place to live in the country, down 52 according to this year's Best Places to Live ranking by the U.S., S.
News also used data available from the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Sharecare, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read more about the Best Places To Live methodology. Pandemic-related unemployment played an important role in where cities made it to this year's rankings.
Some of the most important changes include Boston, which fell 13 places, and Las Vegas, which plunged 50 places. Meanwhile, San Diego fell 52 points and Honolulu fell 42 places. However, if it's any consolation, San Diego ranked third compared to other California metropolitan areas, behind San Jose and San Francisco. Although San Diego ranked 51st in affordability, America's Finest City ranked in the top 10 cities for education and health, quality of life and safety.
San Diego ranked 105th and 138th respectively, below cities such as Reno, Nevada; Boise, Idaho; and Jacksonville, Florida. San Diego ranked the 97th best place to live in the country 52 places according to this year's Best Places to Live ranking by U. SAN DIEGO - San Diego is the fourth best large city in the country to live in, according to a ranked list released Tuesday by personal finance website WalletHub. San Diego had close to the lowest score in the value category, which compares housing costs to median household income to give San Diego a score of 3.3.The report, released in October, ranks San Diego restaurants number one in the country, while its parks rank eighth.
San Diego also ranked fairly low in net migration, with a score of 4.6, but that only accounted for 5% of the total score. News contributor Darcie Brown described San Diego positively for its climate, beaches, outdoor activities, excellent dining and entertainment, desirability and quality of life, with scores remaining moderate with ratings of 7.6 and 7.2 respectively. After all, America's best city may not be as spectacular, at least according to an annual report of the best cities to live in the U.S. UH.