Good news Denver residents: The city ranks among the top 15 cities to live in, according to a new WalletHub report.

The study assessed a total of 62 cities with populations over 300,000 and Denver ranked number 12 overall. To determine the top cities, the report looked at five equally-weighted areas: affordability, economy, education and health, quality of life and safety. Denver took fifth place in the economy category, though it ranked 30th in affordability.

Overall, Colorado cities fared well in the report, with Colorado Springs ranking ninth and Aurora 22nd. Colorado Springs took second place in the affordability category and was among the top 15 cities in terms of its economic, education and health rankings. Aurora was in the top 10 cities for the economy ranking, coming in eighth place.

Meanwhile, cities such as St. Louis, Baltimore, Cleveland, Memphis and Detroit ranked at the bottom of the list with lower economy, education and health rankings

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