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Alford Quality Of Life Indexes

Alford Quality of Life Indexes Graph

Alford data is not available. Berkshire county data used instead.

2012 Quality of Life Indexes Berkshire county, MA Massachusetts United States
Quality of Life Index 43.0 58.0 100
Amusement Index 126.0 108.0 100
Culture Index 197.0 169.0 100
Earthquake Index 53.0 70.0 100
Education Index 185.0 181.0 100
Medical Index 165.0 154.0 100
Mortality Index (All Causes) 167.0 154.0 100
Religion Index 165.0 46.0 100
Restaurant Index 167.0 127.0 100
Weather Index 66.0 96.0 100

The data for Berkshire county, MA may also contain data for the following areas: South Sandisfield, Cheshire, Simons Rock, Washington, Lee, Risingdale, Florida, Lenox, Great Barrington, Drury, Savoy, Williamstown, Williamsville, Richmond, Windsor, Hancock, Sandisfield, Glendale, Otis, Dalton, Hinsdale, West Becket, Sheffield, Adams, Alford, Lanesborough, Interlaken, South Lee, Clarksburg, Housatonic, Ashley Falls, Becket, North Egremont, Lanesboro, East Otis, Mill River, South Egremont, Lenox Dale, Pittsfield, Monterey, Chester, Stockbridge, North Adams, Southfield, Berkshire, New Marlborough, Egremont, Mount Washington, Peru, Tyringham, West Otis, East Lee, West Stockbridge, New Ashford, North Otis

Quality of Life Index: Based on the results of a study group, this index is calculated based on what variables affect individuals as they search for a new home, how much they would enjoy living in a place and the impact of each selected variable. For example, the crime index affects the total quality of life index negatively and the amusement index affects it positively.

Positive Variables Weighted for Quality of Life Index: Amusement, Culture, Education, Medical, Religion, Restaurants and Weather

Negative Variables Weighted for Quality of Life Index: Crime, Earthquake and Mortality

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average.

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