Comments on “Friendliest Cities In The USA: Top 5 Most Welcoming Places To Live, According To Experts”

  1. Travis R says:
    01/10/2023 at 3:15 PM

    This should be headlined friendliest large cities. Small towns are almost always friendlier that large cities.

    1. tpm says:
      01/10/2023 at 3:51 PM

      Amen big cities stink and are good places to get carjacked.

    01/10/2023 at 3:36 PM

    That isn’t art, it’s cryp gang code messages…..looks like a high crime area when you see this graffiti all over the place…stay clear…

  3. TPM says:
    01/10/2023 at 3:50 PM

    That is a batch of hooey only if your a scumocrat. FJB

  4. Bob Smith says:
    01/10/2023 at 5:14 PM

    If you’re a howlie, stay away from honolulu.

    1. Another Haole says:
      01/11/2023 at 8:48 AM

      Haole, my dude. Haole

  5. Brian says:
    01/10/2023 at 5:28 PM

    New Orleans…come for the sights stay for the high crime rates?

  6. MaxMaxExtreme says:
    01/10/2023 at 7:13 PM

    New Orleans? I guess if you have a death wish.

  7. 8675310 says:
    01/10/2023 at 7:27 PM

    Wow! The new “Murder Capital of the US” is one of the 5 friendliest cities? Hmmm…..

    1. driveby says:
      01/11/2023 at 10:18 AM

      There are so many overlooked places that are simply amazing. I recently moved to Grants, NM. It has a population of around 8,500 people and is, as most places in New Mexico are, poor. However, the area in which Grants is located is simply amazing. Within mere minutes of my home I can hike in an alpine environment high atop Mt. Taylor, an 11,301 ft dormant volcano. Also, heading south on Hwy 117 you will drive through an area where beautiful sandstone cliffs rise a couple of hundred feet above the road way, and on the other side of the road is El Malpais National Monument. I thought lava would be boring, but it is anything but. On the other side of this valley the Zuni Mountains begin. They rise to above 9,200 ft and are elevated enough to contain pine forest and even Aspen trees in the higher parts. There is nearby El Morro National monument, a very interesting place and a great hike as well. There are also huge caves in this area due to collapsed lava tubes. Then, if that weren’t enough, heading west, towards Gallup, north of I-40, are huge red sandstone cliffs which will fascinate you nearly all the way to Arizona. Every year they hold something called the Quadcathelon. It’s a four part race beginning with a 12 mile bike ride to the end of the pavement, then a run followed by a snowshoe segment and then skiing. I’m too old for that, but I do thoroughly enjoy hiking here. Every day is something new. New Mexico is truly the land of enchantment.

  8. Brian says:
    01/11/2023 at 10:26 AM

    This is all bs,the only one might be Ashville,sounds like this writer threw darts at a map.That was how she did her research.

    1. George says:
      01/11/2023 at 4:03 PM

      Ashevilles a drug den now. Used to be good.
      Stay on the Blue Ridge Parkway about 20 miles from Asheville.

  9. Peter says:
    01/11/2023 at 11:44 AM

    Lol, whoever wrote this has actually never lived in Honolulu. I’ve lived around the US and world and I’ve never seen a MORE unfriendly city than Honolulu. Super racist, they despise non-“locals” who leave the tourist reservation, rampant tribalism, cronyism, nepotism, and corruption, high property crime. And don’t ever unfortunately needs help, folk here wouldn’t even cross the street to urinate on you if you were on fire and they had to go, much less call for help.

    1. Victor says:
      03/01/2023 at 9:09 PM

      This comment couldn’t be more true. The locals are completely racist and the poverty rate makes Honolulu one of the most dangerous places to visit.

  10. Jjj says:
    01/11/2023 at 12:03 PM

    Hawaii is one of the most unfriendly places on earth. Travel there often to see grand kids. From federal, state, local high paying make work jobs to to the hostile response tourists receive. Everything from seating every local or “not native” native before tourists at vastly overpriced restaurants and all things Hawaiian That is basically a made up culture. As only the survivors of internal strife from the big island got to determine the culture. It is their actual history. The only friendly people are the tourists and of course the military and their families.

    1. Don says:
      03/01/2023 at 9:06 PM

      So very TRUE. The locals are racist and unwelcoming to newcomers.

  11. Walt says:
    01/12/2023 at 9:33 AM

    Hmmm…agree that there is no basis for these rankings. I moved to Chattanooga, and it is one of the most unfriendly cities. Southern hospitality is the biggest joke. People are so rude and judgemental here. It’s a beautiful place, but the people ruin it. Visit for sure, just don’t move here.

    1. Joe Mama says:
      02/06/2023 at 1:17 PM

      I can’t speak for Chattanooga, but Southern Hospitality is no joke. I’m guessing you’re some jackass New Yorker who’d complain about anything.

      1. Doug Alan Ward says:
        03/01/2023 at 2:29 PM

        I’ll maybe second that. Wanna ruin the south. Sen yankees and “dual citizens”//Archie Bunker could elaborate

    2. Mike says:
      03/01/2023 at 9:04 PM

      I couldn’t agree more with you. The locals in Honolulu are far from friendly and downright nasty especially to newcomers.

  12. Mike Strada says:
    01/12/2023 at 12:23 PM

    Honolulu is the most diverse city in the country. That’s a good thing. How to get along in any city… Be humble, respectful, and be generous. You’ll never have any problems… Anywhere.


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