There are three cities in Louisiana out of 150 cities overall across the country that are apparently the worst places for a family to live.
Among that list is New Orleans, La. which ranked 142 on the list, making it the 9th worst city to raise a family, according to WalletHub.
In individual assessments of New Orleans, the city ranked horribly. Take a look at that list:
No. 132: Family poverty rate
No. 102: Violent crime rate
No. 122: Number of families receiving food stamps
No. 118: Housing affordability
No. 132: Divorce rate
No. 119: Unemployment rate
Shreveport, La. ranked even worse than New Orleans, coming in at 144 out of 150 of the worst cities for families. In its individual rankings, Shreveport was ranked as one of the worst cities for crime and affordability.
Likewise, the worst Louisiana city on the list was Baton Rouge, La. The home of the state capitol came in at No. 146, making it the 5th worse place for families to live in the entire country. For safety, the city ranked 128 out of 150 and 117 when it came to affordability.