Six Cincinnati suburbs are considered best places to live in the Midwest

Based on population, median income, median home value, and median household income, Stacker created a list of the 100 best Midwestern cities to live in. Towns and cities were chosen from 12 states and include a mix of urban and rural communities.

Six in and around Cincinnati made the list: Wyoming, Madeira, Sixteen Mile Stand, Blue Ash, Montgomery, and Mason, and reasons ranged from excellent schools to low crime.

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