Word on the street...

Sheila Bunn, of Shotley Street, Ipswich, believes that Suffolk's landscape makes it a nice place to live, describing it as 'beautiful.' She thought that the weather in Norfolk may have led to it getting a lower ranking in the poll, as it is windier.

Sheila Bunn, of Shotley Street, Ipswich, believes that Suffolk's landscape makes it a nice place to live, describing it as 'beautiful.' She thought that the weather in Norfolk may have led to it getting a lower ranking in the poll, as it is windier.

Sarah Barker, of Mill Lane, Somersham, believes that the large number of shops in Suffolk makes it a good place to live in. She thinks that there is 'much more to do' in Suffolk than in Norfolk, explaining the latter's position in the poll.

John Barker, of Mill Lane, Somersham, likes the quietness of Suffolk and its countryside. He was unsurprised about Norfolk's position in the poll, but wasn't sure why quality of life is lower there.

Carol Anani, of Field Way, Debenham, likes living in Suffolk as it is 'safe and very friendly.' She was unsure, however, as to why Norfolk came so much lower in the poll


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Sophie Watkins, of St. Martin's Green, Trimley, likes living in Suffolk as it is 'close to the beach,' and is small, with good transport links. She thinks that Suffolk may be higher than Norfolk in the poll due to lower crime rates, and the fact that there is a fair distribution of all age groups.

James Selby, of Hamblin Road, Woodbridge, believes that Suffolk's coastal location makes it a nice place to live in. He thinks that Norfolk's position in the poll may be due to its relative lack of accessibility compared to Suffolk.

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