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The best small towns in America

Published: Tuesday, Nov. 12 2013 11:09 p.m. MST

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Population: 29,464



Median home price as of 2012: $562,500



Persons per household: 3.54



Median household income, 2007-2011: $101,358



Persons below poverty level, percent, 2007-2011: 4.9 percent

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TRUTH
Salt Lake City, UT

SAY What? You mean that democratic bastion SLC is not in the top 50? How can that be Becker? How can it be that three GOP/Tea Party Communities beat the likes of SLC, Park City, Price? Must be the leadership.....

Capella
Bakersfield, CA

Good job, Utah. But I will only ever visit the Beehive State. BYU was enough winter for for me, and I was born in Idaho! Love to visit ya in the summer, maybe a Christmas or two, but nothing beats the beaches, mountains, culture, museums and pure outdoors of the Sunshine State for those who have to have variety and internat'l exposure.

I do love St. George. Would live there if push came to shove...

B. Dobalina
SLC, UT

@Truth: You may have missed the title of the article: "Best SMALL towns...". If you would bother to look, not one town on the list has a population over 50,000. Furthermore, if you would do just the tiniest bit of research, you'll see that many towns are not tea party/GOP ruined. I know it may be difficult for you to hear this realization, but cognitive dissonance does no one any good.

CJHR
Springville, UT

Why all the negativity? Utah is a great place to live. If you don't think so, don't live here. Glad to live here!

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