This latest roundup of the most relatively affordable places in every state was determined by the folks at personal finance site GOBankingRates.com, who considered a whole slew of census data including median household income, median gross rent, cost of living, and the median costs of homeownership to make their picks. It's also worth noting that they also only considered the three largest cities in a given state.
The study compared cities within a given state to come up with the list, but it also assigned each of the 50 cities that made the cut a final score in an effort to compare them all against each other. It turns out that your paycheck stretches furthest in Fort Wayne, Indiana, while places like Davenport, Iowa; Wichita, Kansas; and Green Bay, Wisconsin are all among the top 10 cities where your you can expect to make your money last. If you're curious which city in your state made the list, here's how the full lineup breaks down: