Even more than race, I am convinced it is living in a suburb or a big city that drives people insane and transforms them into shitlib degenerates. This is obvious from the polling data across all Western countries. The “far right” is concentrated in rural areas and small towns.
“Fewer than one in five Americans live in a rural area these days, but far more would like to. When asked what type of community they would prefer to live in if they could live any place they wished, nearly half of Americans pick the country — far ahead of either the suburbs or a city.
Most people who live in small towns and rural areas seem to like where they live: 52% would continue to live in a rural area if they could live any place they wished. But nearly half of suburbanites would also prefer to live to live in the country, compared to just 22% who would prefer to live in a city. City dwellers are more divided, but the country is their top place to live, too. …”
Life is terrible here.
You don’t want to move here.
“You Will Have More Space
Long gone will be the days of being cooped up in a city apartment. Experience all that the countryside has to offer. It is estimated around ninety-seven percent of the landmass occupied by the United States is considered rural. Expect to have ample space.
Looking for a location more picturesque? Dreamt of raising livestock or owning lots of animals but have never had the space? Rural America is the solution. You can grow your own crops too; not something that is doable in bustling cities abundant with skyscrapers!
Cheaper Cost of Living
Cities are expensive; there is no doubt about this. Housing is cheaper in rural areas. There is a higher percentage of homeowners in these areas. Swap renting a property in a city by purchasing one instead. Get more for your money by exploring the options available.
When buying a rural property, use a USDA loan from reputable companies like The Home Loan Expert to do just that. Ideal if you do not have a lot of wealth to your name; get yourself on the housing ladder with zero-down-payment mortgages like these.
Quieter Pace of Life
Rural America is not just for retirees or those with families. Rural neighborhoods are quieter and have less pollution than cities. Fewer cars on the roads mean fewer carbon emissions being produced.
Feel safer with lower crime levels; with fewer people around you, you are less likely to fall victim to crimes associated with living in a city. There is also a higher percentage of police officers per capita.
Remote working opportunities enable office workers the chance to move out of cities. Nearly half of all US adults expressed an interest in living in a smaller town or rural area following the pandemic. Get ahead of the crowd and explore housing options sooner rather than later. …”
COVID has made it easier to work remotely.
It was jobs and shopping that attracted so many people to the suburbs. As work and commerce moves online, it makes less and less sense to live in one of these places.