Quality of Life in Liverpool, United Kingdom

Purchasing Power Index 86.19   Moderate
Safety Index 56.28   Moderate
Health Care Index 85.71   Very High
Climate Index 90.87   Very High
Cost of Living Index 68.44   Moderate
Property Price to Income Ratio 7.86   Moderate
Traffic Commute Time Index 32.76   Low
Pollution Index 30.20   Low
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 175.97   Very High

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Last update: November 2020

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1 Comments so far
BC on Oct 17, 2018:
Liverpool has a bad reputation in the UK; it's partially deserved. The average person is probably less educated compared to the country's average, and the crime rate is less than ideal, particularly anti-social behaviour and burglaries. On the other hand the people of Liverpool are a lot warmer than most of the country and extremely friendly and helpful. It does have a problem with gangs and drugs, although in general innocent people don't tend to get caught up in that mess.

In terms of purchase power it's quite reasonable. There's a range from very cheap housing in less advisable areas to very expensive housing in very good areas. Certainly higher quality of life than somewhere like London, while also being marginally safer.