"The Economist" has rated Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the most liveable city in the United States. The magazine bases their ratings on stability, health care, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.
Despite topping the U.S., Pittsburgh was only the 29th most highly rated city in the world. Among other U.S. cities, Honolulu came in 30th, Los Angeles 44th and New York 56th.
The number one city overall was Vancouver, Canada and the top ten was dominated by cities from Canada and Australia. Harare, Zimbabwe was rated the least livable city in the world. Read on to see the top 10 in the U.S.