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North Carolina Is Not Prepared For The Zombie Apocacalypse

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               A new study from Ryan Nickum with Estately has ranked all U.S. states as well as D.C. from most to least likely to survive a zombie apocalypse. 

               Alaska is ranked number one, the safest place to be and New Jersey is the worst.  North Carolina didn’t do so well with a ranking of 40. 

               The findings are based on 11 sets of criteria that basically measure fighting ability, knowledge of zombies, physical fitness, and access to weapons. 

Article here: U.S. States Most and Least Likely to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse



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