Five Reasons California Is The Worst State To Live In

NOTE:  This article, just like this one, was written almost completely by artificial intelligence. Pretty crazy, right? Technology has advanced so far that it costs roughly $0.20 to write an article like this. Ignoring how good it is, take note that the machine that wrote this reinforces your biases (California has nice weather… right?) and can emulate human behavior.

There is a lot of evidence that technology like this is absolutely shredding our society into two halves. I mean, if you read both articles, you will have very different feelings about California. But, no human actually wrote these articles. With a few more steps, I could have hundreds of websites writing pro-California and anti-California rhetoric completely unprotected by human morals. Here is my article discussing how this is possible. But, for now:

Five Reasons California Is The Worst State To Live In

California is, and will remain for the time being, the worst state in the USA to live within. Here are five reasons why:

1) The High Cost of Living

Californian’s median household income is $71,805, while the national average is $57,617. The high cost of living is driven by the state’s housing costs. The median home value in California is $481,000, while the national median home value is $178,600. In addition, the state’s gas prices are some of the highest in the country.Californian’s median household income is $71,805, while the national average is $57,617. The high cost of living is driven by the state’s housing costs. The median home value in California is $481,000, while the national median home value is $178,600. In addition, the state’s gas prices are some of the highest in the country.

2) The Traffic

California is notorious for its traffic. The average commuter in Los Angeles spends 102 hours a year in traffic. San Francisco isn’t much better, with drivers spending an average of 79 hours a year in traffic.

3) The Smog

California has some of the worst air pollution in the country. The state has 16 of the 25 most polluted cities in the USA. This pollution is caused by a number of factors, including the state’s large number of vehicles and factories.

4) The Crime

California has a higher crime rate than the national average. The state’s violent crime rate is 3.7 per 1,000 people, while the national violent crime rate is 3.3 per 1,000 people. Property crime is also higher in California, with a rate of 28.4 per 1,000 people compared to the national rate of 22.0 per 1,000 people.

An artificial Intelligence wrote this article. Can you tell?

5) The Wildfires

California is prone to wildfires. In 2018, the state had over 8,500 wildfires that burned a total of 1.8 million acres. These wild fires often destroy homes and lead to evacuations.

In Conclusion

California is the worst state in the USA to live in. The high cost of living, traffic, smog, crime, and wildfires make it a difficult place to call home.

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