INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — U.S. News just posted a survey with the top 100 best places to live in the U.S.
They analyzed the 100 most populous cities and then ranked them according to four categories: good value, desirable place to live, strong job market and a high quality of life.
To be in the top, cities had to have a good score from all four.
Indianapolis ranks at 43. It was ranked with a 6.6 score overall.
The article cited the city’s wealth of sports, neighborhoods and shopping areas as the top draws to the city.
Denver ranked as number one with Austin, Texas as second.