Farmers Insurance Group of Cos. released its seventh annual "Most Secure U.S. Places to Live" rankings.

The study, compiled by database experts at, divided the communities into three groups: large metropolitan areas, mid-size cities and small towns. The rankings took into consideration crime statistics, extreme weather, risk of natural disasters, housing depreciation, foreclosures, air quality, terrorist threats, environmental hazards, life expectancy and job loss numbers in 379 U.S. municipalities.

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