Nevertheless, realtor.com looked at the 200 largest metros and rated each based on a number of factors, including the percentage of listings with a lake, pond or well (for drinking water); the percentage of listings with a safe room, bunker or fallout shelter; and the percentage of listings with solar power (in case the city power grid goes out), just to name a few.
Based on those factors, Kansas City, Mo. is the best place to survive a nuclear apocalypse. Read complete article.
Source: Marian McPherson, Inman News, Wednesday, November 1, 2017