rank the counties of the US in "livability" based on several factors, such as education, median household income, unemployment rate, disability rate, life expectancy, obesity, and distance in kilometers from Central Park.
I made that last one up, actually.
You'll note that it's very cultured and Progressive to say that the best places to live are where there
are high household incomes, good education, and a minimum of obesity and
folks on disability. Conversely, it would be the height of Conservative bigotry to say that you don't want to live around poor fat dumb crippled malingerers.