These 10 Cities Have The Lowest Cost Of Living In The United States

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In a new ranking, data company Niche analyzed cities across America to determine which have the . The list takes into account factors like housing, fuel, and food costs along with median tax rates to determine overall affordability. Coastal dwellers beware: the Midwest dominated the ranking. Here are the top 10 cities on the list.

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1 Fort Wayne, Indiana
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2 South Bend, Indiana
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3 Toledo, Ohio
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4 Akron, Ohio
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5 Evansville, Indiana
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6 Topeka, Kansas
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7 Dayton, Ohio
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8 Wichita Falls, Texas
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9 Wichita, Kansas
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10 Brownsville, Texas
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