3 Best And Worst Cities To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse In Michigan
If there were a zombie apocalypse, does Michigan have a best or worst city to live in order to survive? Find out the results here.
What is a Zombie Apocalypse?
Let's just come right out with it that a zombie apocalypse is fiction. Night of the Living Dead wasn't the first zombie movie and actually never used the word zombie in the film but most film scholars give it the credit for kicking off the zombie craze in 1968.
A zombie apocalypse is a collapse of society due to swarms of zombies. Some versions of zombies are based on the dead rising and attacking humans while others are infected by a parasite or something biological that causes people to turn if they are bitten by another zombie. There are usually a few humans left to try and combat these zombies like in the TV series The Walking Dead.
There are people who are actually preparing for a zombie apocalypse because I have seen tactical vehicles and jeeps logoed up and heading down Michigan roads. Is there a best or worst city in the state to make it out alive in if there is a zombie apocalypse?
Is There a Best or Worst City in Michigan To Be in For a Zombie Apocalypse?
A company by the name of Lawn Love based their data on the 200 biggest cities in the U.S. to survive a zombie apocalypse. They went with 5 survival categories hideouts, mobility, protection, supplies, and vulnerability using population, access to bunkers, and hunting gear and gun stores.
Of the cities in Michigan best equipped for a zombie apocalypse, Grand Rapids came in at 77 in the country and the best choice for Michiganders based on the previous information from above. Warren was next in the top 200 coming in at 164 and Detroit came in at 194 making the Motor City the 7th worst city in America for a zombie apocalypse. You can take a deeper dive and find out what states had the best or worst city for a zombie apocalypse here.