Evansville, Ind., a city with a very healthy plastics industry, has won a readers' choice poll of favorite places to work, live and play sponsored by Kiplinger's Personal Finance. You'll recall that Kiplinger's recently named another plastics-intensive city -- Houston -- as the No. 1 U.S. city. Here's what Kiplinger's has to say about Evansville:
A low crime rate, affordable homes, good schools, hardly any traffic and plenty to do. Who wouldn't want to live in a city that offered all this? Perhaps that's why Kiplinger.com readers picked Evansville, Ind., as their favorite city, with almost twice as many votes as runner-up Green Bay, Wis.What do you say, Evansville residents? Does the city deserve this applause?