STUDY: Indiana The Place To Be During A Zombie Apocalypse

According to the study, survival is more likely in the Hoosier state than in neighboring states.

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(Undated) – How would your state hold up against a zombie apocalypse?

The folks at answered that question Thursday with the release of a study on the best place to survive a zombie apocalypse.

According to the study, Indiana is one of 14 states (9th overall) where you would have the best shot of surviving because of its ground to grow food and the large number of registered weapons. The study’s authors also say Indiana’s weather and location in the Midwest helped with its ranking.

Ohio and Kentucky ranked 16th and 24th respectively.

Californians ranked as the most likely to survive a zombie apocalypse, while neighboring Nevada ranked as the least likely to survive.

Read the full study at

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