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Quality of Life in Manchester, United Kingdom

Purchasing Power Index 73.68   Moderate
Safety Index 43.66   Moderate
Health Care Index 78.95   High
Climate Index 87.28   Very High
Cost of Living Index 74.97   Moderate
Property Price to Income Ratio 7.56   Moderate
Traffic Commute Time Index 40.93   Moderate
Pollution Index 52.97   Moderate
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 133.64   High

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Maximum contributors for an underlying section: 206

Last update: December 2017

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5 Comments so far

#Timo on Sep 17, 2017 :
Sad to see such negative comments. As regards buildings we have now more skyscrapers being built than any city outside London. Also North Manchester is not all rough. The first houses sold for a million many years ago in Greater Manchester were built in wonderful North Manchester.
In Whitefield
.Is easy to have a go at what do not know?

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#Anonymous on Apr 11, 2017 :
I must admit I have seen nothing I Manchester to recommend it the down town looks so run down and the only 'skyscraper' is a silly shape when it should have been cool
#Anonymous on Jan 05, 2017 :
It is quite a depressing place to live and work. Especially in Salford. There is rubbish everywhere, and the people are rough.
#Gabo on Jul 23, 2016 :
If you move to Manchester go to the south. North Manchester is so kind of third world, full of Brexiters and third world inmigrants. Manchester city centre is full of young progessionals.The South is nice, places like Hazel Grove, Poynton, Wilmslow, Didsley, Alderley Edge and Bramhall.
Work and education are superb, the only thing is the weather, it rains everyday.The city is cheap.
#Anonymous on Jul 02, 2016 :
The city is a cesspit. It is violent, it is awash with poverty, with third world unemployed migrants, no work, and just an awful place to live. It does have a decent University and if you come as a student, with some money and are very careful about where you go after dark so as not to get injured in a robbery or random violence, it is ok for an education. Other than that, don't even think about relocating to Manchester. Actually, anywhere in the UK is pretty much a shit hole.