Special Report

Cheapest Place To Live in Every State

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6. Colorado: Pueblo County
> Monthly cost of living: $2,922
> Monthly housing costs: $600 (20.5% of total)
> Median household income: $44,634 ($3,720 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 9.2%
> Largest city or town in county: Pueblo

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7. Connecticut: Hartford County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,192
> Monthly housing costs: $773 (24.2% of total)
> Median household income: $72,321 ($6,027 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 9.2%
> Largest city or town in county: Hartford

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8. Delaware: Sussex County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,201
> Monthly housing costs: $622 (19.4% of total)
> Median household income: $60,853 ($5,071 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 16.0%
> Largest city or town in county: Seaford

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9. Florida: Baker County
> Monthly cost of living: $2,741
> Monthly housing costs: $493 (18.0% of total)
> Median household income: $61,769 ($5,147 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 7.7%
> Largest city or town in county: Macclenny

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10. Georgia: Marion County
> Monthly cost of living: $2,674
> Monthly housing costs: $385 (14.4% of total)
> Median household income: $44,309 ($3,692 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 6.2%
> Largest city or town in county: Buena Vista