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Question by wickedness_one: Would you rather live in Cleveland Ohio or Charlotte North Carolina?
Please give reasons why either way…other than the weather difference!

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7 thoughts on “Would you rather live in Cleveland Ohio or Charlotte North Carolina?

  1. Hector V says:

    It will be hard to tell. You have to look at cost of living, job market, social activities you like to do just mention a few.

  2. seeking answers says:

    Refraining to comment on the weather differences, I would prefer to live in Cleveland because it is a world class cultural center with the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Museum of Art.

    Lake Erie, which covers almost 10,000 square miles, warms to near 80 degrees in the summer and is one of the leading sweetwater recreational assets in the world. Charlotte is land-locked. There is a sandy lakefront beach within a few miles of downtown Cleveland’s skyscrapers.

    Lake Erie also provides an ideal environment for wine cultivation with award-winning wineries located within 50 miles of downtown Cleveland. These wineries complement Cleveland’s increasingly recognized culinary art accomplishments.

    While Cleveland’s port can accommodate 1,000-foot lake freighters carrying 80,000 short tons and ocean-going freighters, 600-foot lake freighters with thrusters actually navigate the Cuyahoga River through downtown Cleveland. It’s an unforgettable experience to be dining on the Cuyahoga when one of these towering ships glide by you within a baseball throw’s distance.

    Cleveland’s downtown inner harbor features the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center.

    The Cleveland Clinic is the fourth-ranked hospital in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report, and is complemented by Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, the second-ranked neonatal care center and the fifth-ranked general pediatrics hospital in the U.S.:

    Cleveland also possesses the second largest performing arts center in the U.S., Playhouse Square, which attracts visitors from all over the region. E.g., the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes annually offer a month-long version of their famous Christmas show in Cleveland.

    With the opening of the refurbished Hanna Theater, with its hydraulic thrust stage, Playhouse Square now additionally will feature one of the best venues in the nation for the staging of classic plays.

    Additionally, the separate Cleveland Playhouse is the oldest and largest residential theater complex under one roof in the U.S.

    Cleveland possesses a major league baseball team. Personally, as a life-long Cleveland sports fan, it would be tough to leave Cleveland for Charlotte. What would summer be like without beaches and Major League Baseball (and especially the Indians)?

    Cleveland is very much an Ohio State town when it comes to university sports, with the Buckeyes’ sports venues just over a two-hour drive from downtown, and a shorter distance from many suburbs.

    Cleveland’s zoo has one of the largest animal collections in the U.S., and its Rain Forest building is one of the top-rated zoo exhibits in the U.S.

    Cleveland’s Holden Arboretum is one of the largest in the U.S. and Cleveland possesses one of the leading botanical gardens in the U.S.

    Cleveland has a leading natural history museum and a superb history museum, featuring one of the leading auto collections in the world.

    Cleveland’s Metropark system with its Emerald Necklace of parks is an attribute foreign to most metropolitan areas, and is complemented by other large county park systems in other counties in Greater Cleveland.

    Both Charlotte and Cleveland’s economies have suffered body blows in 2008 with the loss of major financial institutions through mismanagement — Wachovia and National City, respectively.

    Cleveland’s economy, in a long-term perspective, probably is bottoming, with its abundant water resources offering an important advantage in a water-starved world. Jones Day, the second largest law firm in the U.S., is headquartered on Cleveland’s lakefront.

    Cleveland is one of the world’s leading medical centers and is deemed one of the two most livable cities in the U.S. by the Economist in 2005, due to its cultural amenities, medical system,.excellent transportation system and reasonably priced housing stock.,_Ohio

    In the winter, Cleveland features many winter recreational opportunities, from sled-riding to skiing, within the metropolitan area, which delight its residents to an extent hard to imagine by southerners. Snow angels, snowmen, and snow days are cultural norms in Cleveland that are foreign to Charlotte children.

    Clevelanders’ affection for their city is based on very tangible reasons which aren’t appreciated by those in other parts of the nation or by Clevelanders, until they move elsewhere.

    Persons that I’ve met from North Carolina are extremely nice, so I wouldn’t want to comment about the relative friendliness and character of the two cities’ populations. I will say this about Cleveland, which says a lot about its populace — rarely is an auto horn heard and rarely do yo have to wait even a minute for another motorist to yield the right of way so you can be on your way.

    Metropolitan statistical area population & median income

    38 Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill, NC–SC MSA 1,499,293 $ 46,119

    85 Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA 2,945,831 $ 42,215

  3. Miss 6 says:

    To be honest, my boyfriend & I were looking to move to South Carolina. As much as we love Cleveland we are looking for a change, so I would have to go with NC.

  4. boom ya i said it says:

    North carolina because i live in ohio and it not “great” persay because there is alot of violence no matter where you live in cleveland and if it has to be in ohio live in the suburbs because there is great shopping and people although they will get annoying after a while

  5. hanweipaulchen says:

    Cleveland. I have seen pictures and it looks not too bad.

  6. phantom_of_valkyrie says:

    I’d have to say Charlotte. Not to offend the other answerer but Cleveland isn’t beach front either. Charlotte has Lake Norman which has 520 miles of shoreline and a surface area of more than 50 square miles. While that is no where near as big as Erie, it is big enough for sea yachts to travel on. Charlotte is also close to Lake James and Lake Wylie, all of which are far warmer in summer than 80 degrees. Brrr.

    Another reason for Charlotte over Cleveland is the growth of the area and job market. It helps that Charlotte is the 19th largest city in the US and way bigger than Cleveland. But Cleveland’s population is going down as the industries are dying off. Cleveland’s population has been declining since 1950s. The crime is higher in Cleveland as well. Cleveland has the lowest median income of any large city. One site I found from 2005 had it at 24,000 which is half the national average. Charlotte’s was over $ 58,000. I just don’t know if I could find a job in Cleveland and $ 24,000 sounds like a huge percentage of the population lives below the poverty line. And the percentage of people with a college degree is higher in Charlotte as well. Cleveland was even just named on Y!A front page as one of just a small handful of cities with unemployment rating toping 10 percent.

    Charlotte was chosen the “Best Place to Live in America” by in its annual ranking, based on factors including employment opportunities, crime rates, and housing affordability.[5] It was also named #8 of the 100 “Best Places to Live and Launch” by

    I’m a sports fan as well and the Panthers are way better than the Browns. I’ll admit Cleveland has a better orchestra though I don’t think I’ve ever cared to see one. A North Carolina team nearly always makes it to the Final Four if you are into basketball, though Charlotte does have an NBA team as well. If you golf, the Carolinas are the US’s best golf courses.

    Nascar, if you are into that, makes its home in Charlotte. It’s the home of the US Whitewater Center which is the coolest thing ever. Charlotte has numerous museums and while the bigger art museum is in Raleigh, Charlotte is very nice. Charlotte is on most concert tours. There are numerous theaters downtown for off broadway shows as well.

    Charlotte is one of the leading medical centers and it’s proximity to Duke is definitely in its favor as people fly from all over the world for North Carolina hospitals. Charlotte is two hours from the Blue Ridge Parkway and about 4 hours from Myrtle Beach.

    North Carolina also has a huge number of wineries. Charlotte being just south of the Yadkin valley which produces the best wines in NC. Cleveland does have the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame though.

  7. pigpenwolf says:

    I live around Cleveland, and I would choose Charlotte, because of 1 major thing. Cleveland is the one of the ( if not the) poorest city in the nation. People cant leave this area fast enough. Hardly any jobs, high crime, The browns really stink.. I mean I know it has its good points, but the bad out weight the good this time.

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