According to a recent survey, Tennessee has been rated one of the friendliest states out of all 50, second only to Minnesota.
The South has long been known for its charm and hospitality, especially, it would seem, in Tennessee. It doesn’t hurt that the music scene is often vibrant and energetic, contributing to the friendly atmosphere.
Tennessee’s nearest neighbors, Kentucky and Georgia, were listed at numbers 19 and 16 respectively. Locals from the Volunteer State were noted for treating tourists and passersby like they were from the same state.
The full results are as follows:
3. South Carolina
17. New Mexico
20. South Dakota
25. North Dakota
30. West Virginia
33. North Carolina
41. Rhode Island
44. New Hampshire
46. New Jersey
50. New York
This list of the most friendly states was published by Big 7 Travel, a travel website that produces “city guides aimed towards adventurous travellers looking for authentic experiences, from where to eat and drink to the most unmissable things to do.”
They ranked the states by asking their social media audience of 1.5 million people what they thought the friendliest states in America were.
As true Tennessee locals, the attorneys at Gilreath & Associates are always welcoming and compassionate. Our client focus makes us stand out as one of the best law firms in the state, with successes not just in Tennessee but across the southeast.
If you’re ever in an accident or are suffering from an injury, and need a friendly face in the Tennessee community, Gilreath is here.