US States/Canadian Provinces Most/Least Likely to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
“Estately Real Estate Search mapped out which US States/Canadian Provinces are the safest to live in if an army of the undead were to suddenly rise from their graves in search of brains to eat.“
1. Fewest people per square mile: Because of their population density, urban areas are zombie breeding grounds, whereas rural areas are far safer.
2. Gun owners per capita: The most efficient way to stop a horde of zombies coming to eat your brains is with a gun.
3. Percentage who are cremated instead of buried: A corpse can’t rise from the grave to join an army of the undead if it’s been cremated. Thus, states with higher rates of cremations to burials will have fewer zombies.
4. Percentage of population that is physically active: You can’t outrun a zombie horde if you’re stopping to catch your breath every 30 feet.
5. Interest in the zombie media genre: Those with an interest in all things zombie-related will have more knowledge of how to defeat zombies, so states with populations that Google zombie movies and TV shows more than others probably have an abundance of zombie experts.”
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