Zephyrhills lacks good quality restaurants, has too many unkept trailer parks, with unlit roads and a much older snowbird population outnumbers young families, oh and there’s a lack of sidewalks. With 19% of residents leaving Zephyrhills, with a total population of 4,734, that’s quite a dent!
It’s not difficult to see why so many have left; it’s very slow-paced, mostly due to the elderly population and the fact that there’s not much to do around. People are nice for the most part; however, driving must be horrible here.
Pawcatuck is a neat little village-town in the overly-price County of New London in Connecticut, with a small population of 5,249. Living in Pawcatuck offers residents a sparse suburban feel, and most residents own their homes.
Many families live in Pawcatuck, and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Pawcatuck are highly rated, but beyond that, there's not much room for expansion. Connecticut itself is also quite expensive...
North Star, Delaware
Delaware is known for its lack of diversity, but it does make up for that by being incredibly average, and North Star is no exception. Transportation in this city will be an issue for you if you don't have your own car.
It could be a great place to live if you want to embrace the cookie-cutter way of life. The city saw a 7% decline in its population in the last seven years, which is quite significant for an average suburban town.
Reidsville is a small, modest town where you can live reasonably. With a total population of 2,652, it would be a great place to live in if you like being in a tight-knit community where everyone knows you and your business. Apparently, lots of opportunities for rock hunting, whatever that is.
We were hard-pressed to find out why people are leaving Reidsville, 38% since 2010, but maybe it had to do with the fact that it's so incredibly small and just like any other city in Georgia, the only ambitions amongst its residents are to get your grease on.
Ahuimanu may be pretty, but it also happens to be isolated, boring, public schools are terrible here. It's quite a rural town that could contribute to its 17% drop in population! Resources are limited here so that could also be why so many people would rather move in search of a more sustainable place.
In recent years locals are leaving the islands in increasing numbers, citing the high cost of living in Hawaii—especially housing costs—and the lack of job opportunities suited to their skills and interests.