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Of the 31 cities, Columbus is ranked 21st, Indy is 18 and Cincinnati comes in at No. 10, Ohio’s most affordable big city, according to that ranking.
Dayton did not make that list.
The “most affordable” city in the nation is El Paso, Texas, according to the site, which says just over $40,000 is needed there.
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Earlier this summer, an “Economic Indicators” report — also shared by the Chamber of Commerce — showed that the cost of living in Dayton was higher than either Columbus or Cincinnati.
In the first quarter this year, that report said. the cost of living in the Dayton area was 93.6 percent of the national average, compared to 92.5 percent in Cincinnati, and 88.7 percent in Columbus, based on cost of living index figures compiled by the Council for Community and Economic Research and released by the chamber in June.