Which states would you vote for in 2020?
When the New York Times published its annual list of the best and worst states to live in in 2016, it gave the top spot to North Carolina.
And this year, it is North Carolina that has earned the top ranking.
While the other states have been on the rise, North Carolina’s economy is slowly declining.
North Carolina has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and nearly two-thirds of its people live below the poverty line.
While there is no official state poverty rate, according the Pew Research Center, in a 2016 analysis, the number of people living in poverty in North Carolina was 3.9 million.
The state has also had an unusually high number of homicides in recent years.
In 2017, there were nearly 50,000 reported homicides, the highest rate in the country, according a report by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty.
In some counties, like Charlotte and Durham, the rate of homicides has risen to 40,000 annually.
In many of the counties that have seen significant increases in homicides, those counties also saw increases in murders.
This year, North Carolinians are also feeling the effects of climate change.
A number of the most populous counties in the state, such as Durham, Durham, and Mecklenburg, are experiencing a rise in extreme weather, which is often caused by the effects that climate change is having on the atmosphere.
Weather events are also impacting the way people live, according an analysis of weather data by the University of South Carolina.
Weather data for the past several years shows that the number and intensity of extreme weather events in North Carolinas have increased significantly, and have been increasing more rapidly than the number recorded in other states, such and Virginia.
The average number of weather events for the month of June was 14, and it is expected to increase to more than 40 this year.
In addition, the average number and intensities of hurricanes and tropical storms have been trending higher and increasing more than they have in the past, according data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
According to the NOAA, the most frequent types of weather that occur every year in North America are tropical cyclones, hurricanes, and heavy rains, which are categorized as Category 1, 2, or 3 storms.
There are also a number of other types of storms that occur in the United States, such the wildfires that occur due to the dry season, or the flooding caused by storms and hurricanes.
The combination of the increased number of storms, rising sea levels, and changing weather patterns is causing problems for many residents in the Carolinas, which includes many low-income residents.
A 2016 report by a group called The Climate Commission of the United Kingdom found that some 1,800 of North Carolina households in the Tar Heel state are living below the federal poverty level.
According the report, the majority of households live in poverty, with almost 70 percent of North Carolinian households below the $25,000 threshold.
This is especially true in areas where many residents work outside of the home, such in Durham, which has a higher rate of joblessness than any other city in the U.S. In a 2017 report, a local government in Charlotte called on the state legislature to increase funding for schools in the region.
The city has seen an increase in the number, and intensity, of severe weather in the last year.
Hurricane Matthew, which devastated parts of North and South Carolina in late July and early August, also contributed to the higher rate.
The governor of North Caro- lina, David N. Winston, has called on lawmakers to provide an extra $2.3 billion for schools and community centers in the city this year as part of a $4 billion package to help with the economic impact of the hurricanes.
Winston has also called on Congress to create an additional $1 billion in grants to help fund the construction of schools, libraries, and other facilities to help alleviate the effects the storms have had on residents’ quality of life.