Hey, it could happen! The dead could rise from the grave and begin walking the earth. If that happens, where would you go?

Related: If the US Was Nuked, You Wouldn't Want to Be in Michigan

There's an awful lot to consider when finding a place to hunker down and prepare for the end of the world as we know it. Let's take a look at which Michigan city would be the best for living through a global breakdown.

Which Michigan Cities Are the Best / Worst for Zombie Survival


Fortunately, the folks at LawnLove.com took a deep dive into what makes a metro survivable, especially during a Zombie Apocalypse. They broke down the 200 largest cities in the nation and used several factors to calculate Michigan's most desirable city to spend the End of Days in. Here's how they did it:

First, we determined the factors (metrics) that are most relevant to rank the Best Cities for Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse. We then assigned a weight to each factor based on its importance and grouped those factors into five categories: Vulnerability, Hideouts, Supplies, Protection, and Mobility.

If you're interested in the full methodology and weight each category was given, scroll to #1 on the Top 200 list for a full breakdown.


Personally, I'd recommend letting everyone else head for cities. My family and I will be heading to the UP to wait it out, that is unless of course there are zombie moose or bears...

You'll find Michigan cities listed at #194, #164, and #72.

Are You Safe? Top 200 US Cities For Zombie Apocalypse Survival

In the event that the United States finds itself in the midst of a Zombie Apocalypse, or equivalent survival situation, how safe is your city? State? Find the safest place to hunker down in the event the dead rise from the grave. Let's count down to the #1 safest place in the US, as we explore the Top 200 Cities For Zombie Apocalypse Survival according to LawnLove.com.
For the full methodology, scroll to #1.

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