Wyoming is a Greater State than Vermont, as of now.
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Greater definition that must be agreed on
"of a more excellent or effective type or quality."
My opponent must argue that Vermont is greater.
Wyoming is a freer state, ranking 38th nation-wide while Vermont ranked 46th.
For example, one of the nine measures, health, is based on the mortality rate and life expectancy in each region, rather than on asking people if they feel well. Similarly, another determinant of well-being, safety, is measured by the homicide rate rather than personal responses as to whether people feel safe where they live.
24/7 WALL ST.: See the states with the worst quality of life
> Employment rate: 79.0% (3rd highest)
> Household disposable income per capita: $30,102 (21st highest)
> Homicide rate: 1.39 per 100,000 people (3rd lowest)
> Voter turnout: 63.3% (22nd highest)Vermont is among the nation's leaders in several well-being measures. State residents are exceptionally well-educated. Nearly 92% of Vermont's workforce had completed at least secondary school last year, nearly the highest rate nationwide. Vermont was one of a handful of states to receive a close to perfect score for housing. With more than three rooms per person, homes tend to be more spacious than those in any other state. Additionally, just 7.2% of residents lacked health care last year, less than half the rate for all Americans, and lower than all but one other state.
In what way is quality of life not the penultimate index of greatness i have copied and pasted from reliable sources proving data from credible sources that Vermont quality of life is better tha every other state but two, i have mt my burden of proof, i need say no more
CNBC scored the quality of life in Vermont at 268 out of 300 possible points.
The Green Mountain State ranked second in last year's report.
It ranked 32nd in CNBC's "Top States for Business" report.
New Hampshire scored 225 out of 300 and was dinged by possible poor air quality."https://www.mynbc5.com/article/video-car-blasts-through-business-storefront-in-northern-ireland/29675219 depending on whose study or whose values you can find vermont at the top of quality of life lists and wyoming at the bottom