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Poll: Would you rather live rural or in a city
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Where would you rather live?- In the city or somewhere quieter? Why?

I'd rather live in the city, living semi-rurally is bad enough.

rather rurally. Was meant to say, "rather live rurally" but never mind.
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Rural. Then again I don't like people lol!
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City 100%, I'm in Brighton and the city just has so much to offer. There's things to do every night of the week, whether you want to go clubbing or meet like minded people and discuss feminism or books. I'd find the countryside far too quiet and I hate the idea of feeling helpless and bored in some hills somewhere haha
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I'm a city person.
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I can manage living in a suburban area but defo not rural, it's far too quiet for my liking.
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When I’m older with a family I’d want to live rural (Somewhere in my home county Bucks ofc!) but right now living in a city is the dream
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Hard one. Can I pick both? Cause both sound good but it depends on my mood
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I hate people but I'd still much rather live in a city.
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Rural near a city
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Rural. I couldn't stand looking out of the window and just seeing grey - the countryside is much more pleasing on the eye


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City - having to drive long distances to do simple tasks such as having a haircut or buying some bread would drive me insane. Some of my friends live rurally and rely on their parents to be able to do things - whereas I have much more freedom as I live in the city
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As someone who has lived in rural(ish) most of their life and now rural (moving to city in 2018!), I would rather much live in a city just for convenience and day to day money saving.

Right now, I spend around £8-£12 just travelling to work and moving to the city next year will save me a good £200 a month which can go towards rent.

I think living in a town/city early in life whilst young is the best but being in the rural countryside is soooo nice. No noisy neighbours, surrounded by all the animals and wildlife out there, dog can be free and run around etc so I'll move back when older or to Canada
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City, I live in the city centre, and I love that everything I need is so close to me.
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Rural, cities are disgusting hell holes.
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