Another website has popped up that grades towns and cities on just how great, or how dreadful, the place is.
It's called areavibes.com and the website compiles information such as population, male to female ratio, household income, income per capita, marital status, racial breakdown and languages spoken.
There's also data on crime rates, cost of living, schools, employment, air quality, housing, transportation and weather.
Do how does Durham, Connecticut stack up? Well, the town received a 74 out of 100 and is considered "Very livable." That includes an "F" grade for cost of living, an "A" for crime, or lack thereof, and a "B" for education.
Plano, Texas ranks #1 with a livability score of 87, by the way. West Hartford receives an 80.
How much stock do you put in these type of websites?