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New York, New York, it’s a hell of a town, says the song. And it’s captured the dubious distinction of being named the worst city to retire in by Bankrate.com’s inaugural ranking of American cities.

However, Connecticut had the sad dishonor of landing not one, but two metro areas in the bottom 10—and that state had the largest presence on this list. In fact, the whole Northeast took 6 out of 10 spots on this bottom 10 list. Notice, too, that there are no Florida cities on this list at all.

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