Georgia fell into the bottom half of the states, albeit at the top of the bottom.
With an overall score of 49.33, WalletHub ranked Georgia No. 26. Although ninth in affordability, the state ranked No. 42 in both quality of life and health care.
Quality of life metrics included share of population age 65 and older — Georgia was 47th — risk of social isolation, mildness of weather and senior citizen volunteer rate, among others.
Health care metrics included COVID-19 positive testing rate and death rate, family physicians, nurses and dentists per capita, among others.
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