Take a look at the top states to live in 2014, based on crime rate, health care, number of local attractions and environmental quality.
CNBC's Quality of Life category scored U.S. states on several factors, such as crime rate and health care (including the percent of the population with health insurance), local attractions, parks and recreation as well as environmental quality.
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