They all have ups and they all have downs. They all have good people, they all have crime. Some have hurricanes, some have tornadoes, or storms, or earthquakes. Some are very populated and some are in the "boonies." Some have sunshine, some have rain, some have snow. It all depends on you. Home is where your heart is and we can not tell you where home is for you. It is up to you. :0)
It depends on what you want I recommend New Hampshire because it has no sales tax, also Massachusetts has a very good school system. Although cold weather and extreme storms have come they are both good states.
Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota, Kentucky, Illinois, Florida, Cali, New York, etc! There are so many! But it mainly depends on your interests, if you like hustling and bustling cities or country type life. And as one of the users said, there could be earthquakes or hurricanes, you just never know what the consequences would be. Like over where I live there are no earthquakes or hurricanes and I like it, and like why would I move, I love the place where I grew up with prairies and pretty forests! It just basically depends where your heart is set!
DEFINITELY NOT TEXAS. It gets way to hot there and 86% of people who die from heat stroke die in Texas. I currently live in California near Hollywood but I would suggest upstate New York. Like Saratoga Springs. Saratoga has plenty of things to do such as the famous race track, and an abundance of restaurants and bars downtown. Saratoga is perfect for families, relationships, and even single men or women.
North Carolina! We have had a lot of revolutionary war battles and a lot of history. A civil war fort near the coast and the haunted battleship are only some things. You have the mountains on one side to go to in the winter and the coast to go to in the summer. NC has a lot of stuff.