Shreveport is 4th Worst City in America For Keeping New Year’s Resolutions
Okay, we're a solid three days into 2017 and though it all started with good intentions, some of those New Year's Resolutions have already gone by the wayside.
If you fall into that category, don't feel alone. Approximately 80 percent of Americans won't keep their resolution. Today, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions and Shreveport is near the bottom of the 150 most populated U.S. cities across 48 key metrics.
On the positive side of things, though we're near the bottom in Adult Obesity and Smoking Rate, we fared well when it comes to Income Growth and Housing Affordability.
Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions in Shreveport (1=Best; 75=Avg.)
- 148th – Adult Obesity
- 70th – Gyms per Capita
- 91st – Average Monthly Fitness-Club Fee
- 130th – Debt Delinquency Rate
- 63rd – Housing Affordability
- 133rd – Job Opportunities
- 33rd – Income Growth
- 144th – Smoking Rate
- 88th – Binge- & Heavy Drinking
- 104th – Attractions
For the full report, please visit wallethub.com