Only one Georgia city made a national list of the "Top 100 Best Places to Live."
Marietta, Georgia came in at #73 on the Livability.com list.
Livability.com partnered with market research company Ipsos to conduct their study, querying more than 1,000 millennials about what was important to them when they considered a relocation. They said they use data from the "best public and private data sources available."
"Marietta maintains a relatively low cost of living while providing high-quality housing options and a tight-knit community for residents," the website writes.
Overall, Marietta had a "livability" score of 582. It scored highest in "Housing" (74), "Demographics" (70) and "Infrastructure" (63).
By contrast, the list's #1 city, Boise, Idaho, had a score of 674.
Several Southern cities did rank highly, including Raleigh, North Carolina (#2); Greenville, South Carolina (#10); Asheville, North Carolina (#14) and Charlotte, North Carolina (#21).
The Top Ten are listed below. For the full list, click here.
1. Boise, Idaho
2. Raleigh, North Carolina
3. Madison, Wisconsin
4. Iowa City, Iowa
5. Rochester, Minnesota
6. Columbia, Missouri
7. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
8. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
9. Lincoln, Nebraska
10. Greenville, South Carolina