Although America is home to a vast majority of Arabs, there is no actual 'Arab State' as such. Many tend to prefer living in the larger cities and are not as well dispersed across the land as what we'd expect, with few residing in smaller towns. As Arabs have incorporated their lifestyles to fit the American way of living in many parts of the country, we take a look at some of the less popular areas for Arabs to live in the USA.
Utah is seen as the least favorite state of all. The population is predominantly Mormon and is not a location which Arabs find appealing at all.
This Midwestern state filled with rolling hills and cornfields is not at all popular with the Arab community in America.
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Arkansas has some lovely natural trails and mountains to explore, but not too much of anything else.
There are vast areas of open, dry land, and there may be some Arabic horses around, but not too many Arabs!
Maine is a fairly attractive, comfortable place to live, but it just doesn't do it for Arabs.
This small, mid-Atlantic state has a few locations where you'll find Arabs residing albeit in low numbers.
The Alpine state consists of 75% forested area, which is ideal for family hiking and skiing vacations, but Arabs have not been particularly intrigued to live here much at all.
Idaho is one of the northwestern states, home to beautiful mountainous landscapes and wilderness... and potatoes! Neither of these is much of a drawing card for Arabs though.
Nope, not much here for us either!
"Big sky country" as they call it, is miles away from everywhere else. We wouldn't want to get stuck there.
lthough the islands are beautiful and have a warm climate, there are not that many of us in the state of Hawaii.
Why on earth would Arabs choose to live in such a cold climate, with snowy mountains in our backyard? It's not exactly one of our preferred locations.
The great plains of North Dakota are lovely, but there is not much to attract Arab residents to the area.
Yes, you guessed it... you won't find many of us here either.