One website claims they have found the ten most boring places in Indiana. Do you live in one of these towns?

Kentucky towns are really a hot topic lately. When it comes to the Commonwealth, we have no shortage of small towns with a few big cities scattered in there too. Everyone has small-town pride nowadays.  Recently we have covered many of these towns in articles such as Kentucky city is one of the most mispronounced places in America, the safest town in Kentucky, a Kentucky city named one of the rudest in America, and one Kentucky city is among the best in the nation for pet owners.

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To keep up with the theme of Kentucky towns, the website, Road Snacks recently found the ten most boring places in the entire state. I mean, how many times have you heard someone say "There's nothing to do here"? The boredom is real in these Kentucky towns. That being said, what are the most boring places in Indiana?

The Most Boring Places in Kentucky

Road Snacks used every Indiana city with at least 5,000 residents for this ranking. This wasn't based on opinion either, they actually used data to support their results. Here's how they did it:

We used the U.S. American Community Census data to gather the information presented here. HSome of the things people tend to think of as making a city’s population boring include:

  • % of Population Over 25 (higher is more boring)
  • % of Married Household (higher is more boring)
  • Average Age (higher is more boring)
  • % of Households With Kids (higher is more boring)
  • Population density (lower is more boring)

Then, our algorithm generates a ranking for each place in these categories. After crunching the numbers, all of the cities ranked from most boring to most exciting.

Now that we got all of that out of the way, let's find out what the ten most boring places in Kentucky are.

10. Alexandria

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Population: 10,322
Average Age: 38.1
% Married: 35.0%

9. Cynthiana

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Population: 6,355
Average Age: 41.8
% Married: 35.0%

8. Edgewood

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Population: 8,447
Average Age: 41.5
% Married: 32.0%

7. Glasgow

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Population: 15,043
Average Age: 42.3
% Married: 27.0%

6. Russellville

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Population: 7,186
Average Age: 35.9
% Married: 37.0%

5. Cold Spring

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Population: 6,258
Average Age: 49.7
% Married: 30.0%

4. Maysville

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Population: 8,831
Average Age: 41.5
% Married: 28.0%

3. Princeton

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Population: 6,248
Average Age: 40.4
% Married: 33.0%

2. London

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Population: 7,612
Average Age: 39.5
% Married: 33.0%

1. Monticello

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Population: 5,770
Average Age: 40.0
% Married: 36.0%

Now, I have not been to all of these towns in Kentucky, but I can say that I believe there are more boring places in the state that fit this criteria. What about you? Do you agree or disagree with these findings?

You can learn more, and even scroll down to the bottom to see the full list of the most boring places in Kentucky beyond the top ten by clicking here.

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