Ranked: The Cheapest States To Live In America

4. Tennessee

This is a Volunteer State, as many would say. You may not have to pick up two paying jobs before you can live successfully in Tennessee. A whole fryer of southern fried chicken will cost you $1.16 per pound, unlike in Augusta, Georgia, where its cost is $2.76. Oil to fry the chicken is just $.98 per bottle, compared to $7.40 in Brooklyn, New York.

2019 Cost of Living Score: 46/50

Most Expensive Area: Nashville-Murfreesboro

Average Home Price: $318,571

Half Gallon of Milk: $1.78

Ribeye Steak: $12.08

Monthly Energy Bill: $157.08

Doctor Visit: $94.52