Which Texas City Should You Live In?

Are you more red or blue? Which Texas city is right for you?

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1. What are you most thankful for?
My family and friends My freedom My health


2. At a party, you're offered a delicious platter of snacks. Which flavor do you choose?
Spicy Salty Savory


3. If you could wave a magic wand to make a fantasy creature real, which one would you choose?
Unicorns Mermaids Dragons ▶ Next Question ◀




Here are all the results with descriptions

Dallas
Home to the Cowboys football team, Dallas is perfect for sports fans. Many residents are also interested in the life and death of John F. Kennedy. You can visit the exhibit devoted to him at the Sixth Floor Museum in the Dallas County Administration Building, where Oswald fired those infamous shots. Dallas is a study in contrasts: It's home to a vast number of art collections, on the one hand, and steakhouses on the other.

Austin
Known for its incredible live-music scene, Austin is a liberal bastion in a blood-red state. The food on offer there is also said to be outstanding. Compared to other cities in Texas, it's known for both its diversity and its eccentricity. People who live there love the city's vibe. A popular local slogan is 'Keep Austin Weird'--and that about sums it up.

Houston
There is always something going on in Houston, the biggest city in Texas. Interested in space exploration? The city is home to NASA's Mission Control. Want to experience the Wild West? Hang out at the annual Livestock and Rodeo Show. Intrigued by modern art? Sit in the Rothko Chapel. Love food, shopping, or sports? The Bayou City has a dazzling array of options for you.

San Antonio
The site of the Alamo, San Antonio is billed as the perfect combination of the Wild West, Native American culture, and Mexico. Residents love the River Walk that winds through the city, from the zoo in the north to Mission Espada in the south. Settle in with a can of Lone Star and a taco!

El Paso
Symbol of the Southwest and a gateway to Mexico, El Paso is positioned right across the border from Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Dubbed the Sun City because the sun shines here more than 300 days a year, El Paso is the perfect place for outdoor activities, as long as you don't mind the heat. It's home to Franklin Mountains State Park, which is the largest urban park in the United States.

Corpus Christi
If you need to be near the water, Corpus Christi is for you. Famed for its beautiful beaches, bay, and marina, it has sunshine and warm temperatures that let you take full advantage of the H2O. Take a Segway tour along the waterfront or ride horses along the beautiful beaches.