AVOID MOVING TO NORTH CAROLINA - Unless You Can Deal With These 10 Facts | Living in North Carolina (2023)

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Living in North Carolina can be amazing but you might want to avoid moving to North Carolina unless you can deal with these 10 or so facts.
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North, Carolina can be a wonderful place to live.

But today, I'm going to give you about 10 reasons why you might want to avoid this place stick around.

Hello family.

My name is Sir, Ashley, I'm, a realtor and investor in North and South Carolina.

And if you're interested in learning, what it's like to live work, play eat buy real estate in either North or South Carolina.

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So I have many people reaching out asking me.

What is it like living in North Carolina? And what can they expect and I? Absolutely love it and my team and I love giving you feedback and just having a dialogue with all of you that reach out.

So if that is you and you have any questions about what it's like living here, make sure you leave a comment after this video, or you can reach out to us whether it be a phone call a text or email, I, personally, love talking to people about what it's like relocating to North Carolina So today, we're going to talk about almost 10 reasons why you should probably avoid North Carolina now, I'm, not saying that these are negative and I'm, not saying that they're positive, either and I've lived in North Carolina, primarily since 2002 and I've lived on the coast of Wilmington I've lived in the triangle, which is the Raleigh Durham, Chapel, Hill area and I've lived in Charlotte and I've also had rental properties in Greensboro and Fayetteville.

So I have a good sense of the state of North Carolina and I've experienced just about all the stuff that I've mentioned in this video.

And these are my own opinions, but it's, not my job to give you my opinion on if it's good or bad I'm here to tell you about my experiences and let you decide for yourself if it's a positive or negative.

And for you to decide if North Carolina is the place that you want to call home.

So let's start off by getting this taboo subject out of the way North Carolina is a very purple State.

The cities are very liberal with the exception of Wilmington.

But once you go outside of the Cities about 20 or 25 miles, it gets very conservative very quickly.

There are parts of the states where you'll see Maga Flags or Trump 2020 or Trump 2024 flags.

And then there are areas of the state where you'll see more signs like this.

And you will have a much more diverse population with various languages being spoken people in North Carolina love their beer, their Bible Bourbon and their guns.

Also people in North Carolina support.

The right to work state that North Carolina is and some people like that and some people don't, but that's, just the way North Carolina is, and if you're unfamiliar with what a right to work state is I suggest you research it, yes, I went to law school in practice law, but I will not be answering any legal questions.

So after you've done your research and please I'm not talking about looking up answers on Facebook, but after you've done your research, and if you don't feel comfortable that North Carolina is a right to work state.

Then North Carolina may not be for you.

The second reason why you might want to avoid North Carolina is that the weather on the eastern part and the western part of the state can be very extreme.

The eastern part of the state is near the coast, and it does get severe weather such as her hurricanes and tropical storms and also flooding and there's also large parts of flooding throughout Fayetteville North Carolina.

But then there is out west where there are mountains.

And you have to deal with serious significant amount of snow during the winter, but for most of the state I'm talking about the triangle region, the Triad region and the Charlotte area.

The weather really doesn't get too extreme.

If you can handle a little snow and yes, I do mean a little snow because on average Charlotte gets only five inches of snow a year and Raleigh and Greensboro gets about three to five inches respectively as well.

So for the majority of North Carolina, if you can handle a little snow, it is perfect for you.

But on the positive side, when there's any potential of snow or ice, the entire State shuts down because here in North Carolina, we just don't have the infrastructure to clear the roads and to sort the roads fast enough temperatures can get very very hot during the summer time.

But the fall time is absolutely perfect.

You will definitely get all four seasons.

If you live here in North, Carolina, let's, move on to number three, North Carolina has some crazy and I do mean crazy Wildlife down here, I live in the city of Charlotte.

But at least three to maybe four times a year, I see deer or a family of deer as I drive.

Now, I know, that's not crazy, but I wanted to ease you into the crazy stuff.

If you don't like snakes, North, Carolina, probably isn't for you.

This is one I wish I had known because I am a when it comes to snakes.

And yes, I've had snakes in my garage and I've also seen shedded snakeskin as I've mowed them on yes, I'm.

Not above admitting I screamed.

I ran every time I saw a snake, or even the snake's skin lying around and then I called a neighbor or a family member to come take care of it.

I don't mess with snakes.

Also almost daily you'll.

See somebody post on next door.

Next door is the community social app and they're posting about a snake and wondering if it's a copperhead or not and yes, all of these posts do get annoying.

But then on occasion, someone will post something like this today.

And then you will really reconsider your decision about living in North Carolina along the eastern coast of North Carolina.

Yes, you will come across alligators those prehistoric creatures.

They still do exist here in North Carolina in the western part of the state you will come across black bears.

And for the most part, they aren't really worried about us humans.

But if you're out camping and have some food lying around, they will be concerned about your food.

So I recommend having some bear spray if you're not comfortable with guns.

But if you are comfortable with guns, make sure you have at least a 44 magnum, another Wildlife creature that absolutely freaks me out here in North Carolina are all of the spiders.

And yes, we have all of them from black widows to brown recluses.

All of them I was out showing a home recently and I saw this giant thing now I'm glad it was way up near the roof of the home.

Because if it was any closer I would have left my clients at that very moment and called them once I got a safe distance away.

Now, if you've watched my channel, you probably know that I'm from New York and I've lived in DC.

So I'm used to seeing rats I was not used to seeing flying roaches here in North Carolina.

They call them something else here.

But no, they are flying roaches here in North Carolina.

Terrifying, let's move on to number four.

The fourth reason why you might want to avoid North Carolina is that tourism is a thing here in North Carolina.

The state is a destination spot for a lot of people.

We have the mountains, and we also have the coast, but as a resident there's, a lot of things happening in the middle of the state that I know, there's tons of tourists coming in to see whether that is the Biltmore whether it's the state fair or it's, a Nascar event, there's always tourism here in North Carolina.

And as a resident, you really do feel the influx of people because our infrastructure enrolls here in North Carolina are already a little bit congested during rush hour.

But when there's an event or there's vacationers in town, it gets almost unbearable traffic gets backed up seriously.

So as a resident here in North Carolina, when there's an event taking place, you really do have to plan accordingly for your ordinary trips to and from the grocery store or to and from work.

The next reason why you might want to avoid North Carolina, especially the Charlotte area is because people can't drive, I know, North Carolinians will argue with me on this one.

But facts are facts people in North Carolina, just can't drive and I know, people born and raised in North Carolina are going to blame other people or the transplants coming in as to why people can drive.

But for the sake of argument, let's just say that the people here living in North Carolina cannot drive.

So if you want to stay with competent drivers, you might want to avoid North Carolina.

People, forget how to act with human decency.

Once they get in their car, it's weird.

Because when you're walking around, you do feel that southern hospitality and people are cordial for the most part.

But then when they get in the car, I, don't know, a light switch flips on.

And everybody just becomes crazy.

It's almost like Dr, Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

Now let's talk about the sixth reason why you might want to avoid North Carolina.

And for some of you, it might not be a big deal, and it wasn't a big deal for me for a very long time.

But when it became a deal, it became a huge deal and I'm talking about allergies.

If you get seasonal allergies, or in my case, adult onset, seasonal allergies.

You may want to avoid North Carolina.

The pollen gets so thick during that time of year that you'll think that everybody's driving around in a yellow car.

Yes, it is that serious just make sure that you're stocked up on Allegra D or Claritin-D because you're going to need it.

And at one point I, even tried a trick that I heard some people talking about and that's eating local raw, honey on the regular basis, leading up to the spring and summer.

But while I did love the honey that trick didn't work for me.

So again, have your allergy medication on hand.

Now, let's talk about another elephant in the room for those of you who like diversity, diversity and thought, diversity in population parts of North, Carolina seriously, lacking that department.

So if you want diversity diversity in population or diversity in thought, you may want to check out some of the larger cities within the state.

Now, the eighth reason why you might want to avoid North Carolina is because there is a population.

Boom.

People are moving to North Carolina at a very Swift pace.

So if you're thinking about moving to North Carolina with the hopes or idea of getting to a sparsely populated state, North Carolina might not be for you as I said, earlier, North, Carolinians, love their beer love.

Their Bible love, their Bourbon.

And they love their guns.

If you do not like guns or seeing people with guns, North Carolina may not be for you.

Now I, remember, the first time that I got introduced to the gun culture here in North Carolina.

And it was when I was in law school.

One of my friends who's now, an attorney in the western part of the state invited me and a couple other people to the gun range.

Now in my head I'm, thinking, yeah, let's go to the gun range fire, a couple of handguns.

But what I thought in my head was totally different than what actually happened when he showed up this man had an arsenal at the time.

He had a four-door sedan and I didn't know that you could fit.

So many gun cases and ammunition into a small four-door sedan.

Needless to say at that very moment, I realized that people in North Carolina are very very serious about their guns.

And after that experience, while in law school, a lot of us, went ahead and got our gun permits and eventually got our Concealed Carry Permits.

So if you're scared of guns or scared of seeing people with guns, I should clarify that if you're scared of seeing people of all Races with guns.

Maybe North Carolina is not the place for you.

Now again.

These are my top reasons on why you should probably avoid North Carolina now, I'm, not saying, they're negative and I'm, not saying, they're, positive, I've been here since 2002.

And this has been my experience of what it's like living here in North Carolina.

And let me know what you think which one of these talking points are positive in your eyes, and which ones are negative in your eyes.

Now if you're serious about moving to North Carolina, please make sure you reach out give me a call shoot me a text send an email.

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FAQs

AVOID MOVING TO NORTH CAROLINA - Unless You Can Deal With These 10 Facts | Living in North Carolina? ›

All parts of North Carolina have been hit by tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, lightning strikes, snow and ice storms. These natural disasters can cause power outages, property damage and disruption to food and water supplies.

What are the biggest risk of living in North Carolina? ›

All parts of North Carolina have been hit by tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, lightning strikes, snow and ice storms. These natural disasters can cause power outages, property damage and disruption to food and water supplies.

What you should know before moving to North Carolina? ›

15 Things to Know Before Moving to North Carolina
  • Basketball is a big deal. ...
  • So is barbecue. ...
  • The Biltmore Estate is worth a visit. ...
  • North Carolina is a tech hub. ...
  • The Blue Ridge Parkway will blow you away. ...
  • If you like waterfalls you'll like North Carolina. ...
  • Higher education plays a big role in the state's economy.
May 8, 2023

What city in NC has the highest crime rate? ›

Lumberton, in Robeson County, is considered the most dangerous city in North Carolina. It has a disproportionately high crime rate, with the chance of becoming a victim of crime at 1 in 27.

Where is the safest place to live in North Carolina? ›

Safest Cities in North Carolina
  • Rolesville. The safest city in North Carolina is Rolesville. ...
  • Elon. Elon is another one of the safest cities in North Carolina. ...
  • Winterville. Winterville is another one of the safest places to live in North Carolina. ...
  • Davidson. ...
  • Pinehurst. ...
  • Waxhaw. ...
  • Cary. ...
  • Holly Springs.
Mar 25, 2023

Where is the best place to live in North Carolina? ›

With that in mind, here are eight of the best places to live in North Carolina, according to real estate experts.
  • 01 of 08. Charlotte. Susanne Neumann/Getty Images. ...
  • 02 of 08. Asheville. ...
  • 03 of 08. Wilmington. ...
  • 04 of 08. Durham. ...
  • 05 of 08. Outer Banks. ...
  • 06 of 08. Raleigh. ...
  • 07 of 08. Winston-Salem. ...
  • 08 of 08. Chapel Hill.
Apr 14, 2023

What month is best to move to North Carolina? ›

Though that's a relatively large portion of the year, Charlotte movers agree that it's very busy time for moving. If possible, try to plan a move in the fall, between October and December or during late winter-to-early spring months, between mid-February and April. The winter months are the least busy.

How much money do you need to live comfortably in North Carolina? ›

Average Cost of Living in North Carolina: $43,959 per year
CategoryAverage Annual Per-Capita Cost in North Carolina
Housing and Utilities$7,350
Health Care$7,179
Food and Beverages (non-restaurant)$3,630
Gas and Energy Goods$1,139
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Is North Carolina a good place for seniors to live? ›

North Carolina is an attractive state for retirees and its low taxes allow you to stretch your savings. Undiscovered beaches let you enjoy a leisurely coastal retirement without a massive Florida or California price tag.

Does North Carolina have state income tax? ›

North Carolina has a flat 4.75 percent individual income tax rate. North Carolina also has a 2.50 percent corporate income tax rate.

Where are most people moving from to NC? ›

Among the top-sending states, in-migrants from neighboring South Carolina were the most likely to be NC-born (24%) while in-migrants from New York (6%) were the least likely to be NC-born.

What is the #1 state people are moving out of? ›

Top states residents are leaving

The annual 2022 United Van Lines National Movers study is out! But it wasn't good news for New Jersey or New York. A similar report from United Van Lines showed New Jersey as the top outbound state, followed by Illinois, New York, Michigan, and Wyoming.

What is the most moved out state? ›

While California is a lot of Americans' dream state, California, New York, and Illinois had the largest number of residents move out of state. California is a beautiful state with several major cities and a plethora of recreation options. However, it's also extremely expensive compared to other states.

What are the roughest cities in NC? ›

Most Dangerous Cities in NC
  • Lumberton. The most dangerous city in North Carolina is Lumberton. ...
  • Albemarle. Albemarle is also one of the worst cities in NC when it comes to crime. ...
  • Reidsville. Another one of the most dangerous cities in North Carolina is Reidsville. ...
  • Rockingham. ...
  • Gastonia. ...
  • Whiteville. ...
  • Greensboro. ...
  • Fayetteville.
May 16, 2023

What is the unhealthiest county in North Carolina? ›

Columbus County remains the least healthy county in North Carolina at #100, a position it has held since 2010 when the study began.

Is North Carolina safer than South Carolina? ›

Crime Rates

Violent crimes, on the other hand, remain low in both states. However, North Carolina's overall crime rate of 26.87 sits roughly 20% below South Carolina's, making it the safer option.

What is the cleanest city in North Carolina? ›

Three North Carolina destinations boast some of the cleanest air in the United States, a new report finds. Asheville joins Greenville and Wilmington on a list of metro areas that have the lowest air pollution levels, according to results published April 19.

What is the largest employer in North Carolina? ›

Detailed List Of The 100 Biggest Companies In North Carolina
RankCompanyEmployees
1Compass Group USA478,070
2Lowe's Companies300,000
3Banc of America Mortgage Capital Corporation204,489
4Bank of America200,000
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Apr 14, 2023

What is the cheapest place to live in NC? ›

15 Cheapest Places To Live in North Carolina [2023 Data]
  • Eden.
  • Laurinburg.
  • Lumberton.
  • Rockingham.
  • Roanoke Rapids.
  • Tarboro.
  • Henderson.
  • Mount Airy.
Feb 21, 2023

Is it smart to move to North Carolina? ›

North Carolina is an ideal destination for those who want to relocate to a place with a low cost of living, beautiful weather, excellent job market and stunning landscapes. From the beaches to the mountains, North Carolina has something for everyone.

What are North Carolina people like? ›

1. People: Friendly and welcoming Southern charm. People living in North Carolina are some of the friendliest and most welcoming people you will ever meet. It won't take long for North Carolina newcomers to experience some Southern charm.

Why you should retire in North Carolina? ›

One of the reasons people retire to North Carolina is the stunning scenery. The state has coastlines, mountains, and distinct regions that offer a variety of activities for retirees. The Appalachian Mountains run through western North Carolina, providing ample hiking, camping, and fishing opportunities.

Where is the safest place to retire in North Carolina? ›

And better yet, Winterville is another Certified Retirement Community. Niche.com named Winterville one of the best places to live in North Carolina and awarded it an overall A grade. The city is listed as one of North Carolina's safest cities by SafeWise, and according to Realtor.com, the median home price is $315,000.

What part of North Carolina is the richest? ›

These counties are the wealthiest in North Carolina. Do you live in one of them?
  • Orange County, NC. Median income: $79,205. Median home value: $456,878. ...
  • Wake County, NC. Median income: $88,471. ...
  • Chatham County, NC. Median income: $76,791. ...
  • Dare County, NC. Median income: $69,500. ...
  • Union County, NC.
Jun 16, 2023

Where are good places to retire in North Carolina? ›

Best Towns in North Carolina to Retire
  • Asheville.
  • Charlotte.
  • Columbus.
  • Greensboro.
  • Hickory.
  • Matthews.
  • Raleigh and Durham.
  • Winston-Salem.

What is the hottest month in North Carolina? ›

According to the National Weather Service's averages, which use data dating back to 1871, July is typically the hottest month in Charlotte, with an average temperature of 78.5 degrees. August is a close second, with an average temperature of 77.3 degrees.

What month is North Carolina coldest? ›

Charlotte's coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 32.1°F. In July, the warmest month, the average day time temperature rises to 90.1°F.

What is the snowiest month in North Carolina? ›

In most North Carolina locations, January is the snowiest month.

What is the average electric bill in NC? ›

Monthly electric bills are a product of how much electricity you use per month and your electric rate. In Wake County, NC, the average monthly electric bill for residential customers is $157/month, which is calculated by multiplying the average monthly consumption by the average electric rate: 1,103 kWh * 14 ¢/kWh.

Why is rent so high in NC? ›

"We have more jobs than we have houses. We have more people coming in than the property, so those rates are going to go up. Scarcity is still a real issue in housing. The inventory is about where it was at in 2019," said Sizemore.

What is a good hourly wage in North Carolina? ›

As of Jun 26, 2023, the average hourly pay for a Hourly in North Carolina is $15.03 an hour. While ZipRecruiter is seeing salaries as high as $21.75 and as low as $11.88, the majority of Hourly salaries currently range between $14.71 (25th percentile) to $17.74 (75th percentile) in North Carolina.

At what age do you stop paying property taxes in NC? ›

North Carolina defers a portion of the property taxes on the appraised value of a permanent residence owned and occupied by a North Carolina resident who has owned and occupied the property at least five years, is at least 65 years of age or is totally and permanently disabled, and whose income does not exceed $50,700.

At what age do you stop paying state taxes in North Carolina? ›

Homestead Property Exclusion / Exemption

The State of North Carolina excludes from property taxes a portion of the appraised value of permanent residents owned and occupied by North Carolina residents aged 65 or older or totally and permanently disabled whose 2022 income does not exceed $33,800 annually.

Does NC tax Social Security? ›

North Carolina exempts all Social Security retirement benefits from income taxes. Other forms of retirement income are taxed at the North Carolina flat income tax rate of 4.99%. The state's property and sales taxes are both moderate.

How much can a 70 year old earn without paying taxes? ›

Basically, if you're 65 or older, you have to file a tax return in 2022 if your gross income is $14,700 or higher. If you're married filing jointly and both 65 or older, that amount is $28,700. If you're married filing jointly and only one of you is 65 or older, that amount is $27,300.

How much are property taxes in North Carolina? ›

North Carolina Property Taxes

North Carolina's property tax rates are nonetheless relatively low in comparison to what exists in other states. The average effective property tax rate in North Carolina is 0.70%, which compares rather favorably to the 0.99% national average.

How much does N.C. tax your paycheck? ›

Overview of North Carolina Taxes

North Carolina has a flat income tax rate of 4.99%, meaning all taxpayers pay this rate regardless of their taxable income or filing status. This can make filing state taxes in the state relatively simple, as even if your salary changes, you'll be paying the same rate.

What is the most remote place in NC? ›

So where is NC's most remote spot? So, if you want to get away in North Carolina, the most remote spot is found in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Click on the website to find out more. Happy and quiet, peaceful travels!

What is the most remote town in North Carolina? ›

In North Carolina, you can only get, at most, 5.5 miles from a road, and that precise spot, the most remote spot in the state, is in the Smokies west of Bryson City.

Where do most African Americans live in North Carolina? ›

Princeville, is the only incorporated “all black” town in North Carolina. It is a suburb lying on the east side of the river and most of its inhabitants work in nearby Tarboro.

Where is everyone moving to in 2023? ›

CALIFORNIA CONTINUES TO SEE THE MOST MOVE-OUTS

Los Angeles and San Francisco once again claim the top two spots for the cities with the most move-outs, with the Stockton/Modesto area also making a reappearance this year.

What state are people not moving to? ›

The least popular state to move to in 2022: New Jersey

New Jersey topped the list of least popular states. According to the report, the Garden State is losing the most residents compared to those moving in.

Where are Californians moving to? ›

The most common destinations for California migrants were Texas, Arizona, and Nevada. Texas had the most California transplants from 2020 to 2021: 105,000. Arizona (with 63,000 California transplants) and Nevada (55,000) were next highest.

What are the best states to move to for the future? ›

▲ Overall RankStateEconomy
1Wyoming1
2Vermont27
3South Dakota17
4New Hampshire10
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Jan 12, 2023

What is the best state to move to and why? ›

The top state is Massachusetts, which ranked first in the nation for education and health, fourth for safety, sixth for quality of life, and 10th for its economy. It did rank a low 44th out of 50 states for affordability, but its overall score was enough to eke out a win over the closely-second next state.

What cities are the most people leaving? ›

East and West Coast cities are losing the most people. San Francisco tops the list, having lost 31,100 people in the first three months of 2023. New York City, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. lost between 18,000 and 23,400 people apiece. Colorado as a whole is also among the states people are looking to leave.

What is the most common disease in North Carolina? ›

Sources:
NC Leading Causes of Death, 2015DeathsRate***
1. Cancer19,322164.7
2. Heart Disease18,474162.4
3. Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease5,22145.5
4. Stroke5,03344.7
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What areas of NC are most likely to be affected by extreme weather? ›

Of these top cities in North Carolina, the city with the highest overall risk is Charlotte. The city with the lowest overall risk is Greenville. For heat, Asheville has the lowest risk and Charlotte has the highest risk. For precipitation, Wilmington has the lowest risk and Asheville has the highest risk.

What are the leading causes of death in North Carolina? ›

Heart disease and cancer have held steady as the leading causes of death in North Carolina, accounting for, respectively, 160.1 and 150.4 deaths per 100,000 as of June 2021.

Does North Carolina have a bug problem? ›

Because of North Carolina's warm weather and humidity, we tend to see bugs and pests quite often. Ants, cockroaches, water bugs, spiders, silverfish, and other stinging insects are common pests in North Carolina - but there are some bugs that could cause some serious harm if you run into them in the wild.

How bad are ticks in North Carolina? ›

Rocky Mountain spotted fever, ehrlichiosis and Lyme disease are the three most common diseases carried by ticks in North Carolina. All three are caused by bacteria and are treatable with antibiotics. Southern tick associated rash illness (STARI) is also another illness transmitted by ticks.

Is blackhead disease in North Carolina? ›

Blackhead disease can wipe out an entire turkey flock in weeks, causing millions of dollars in losses for North Carolina farmers.

What is the coldest part of the year in NC? ›

What is the coldest place in North Carolina? The coldest place in North Carolina is Banner Elk. On average, it can reach an annual low of around 38 degrees Fahrenheit. As for its monthly temperatures, Banner Elk is coldest in January, reaching an average low of 22 degrees.

Where are tornadoes most likely to occur North Carolina? ›

But the Carolinas' have their own: Carolina Alley. That is found in Eastern North Carolina near Interstate 95 where we have the highest number of tornadoes in our state.

Which part of North Carolina gets the most damage because of hurricanes? ›

According to the data, the worst place in the country is Cape Hatteras on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Since 1871, the city has been affected 108 times by a hurricane or tropical storm. That means that, on average, a storm hits the coastal town once every 1.33 years.

What is the average age of death in North Carolina? ›

These estimates are produced for the total population, males, females, whites, minorities, white males, white females, minority males, and minority females. Results: The overall life expectancy at birth in North Carolina is 75.6 years. Females live longer than males and whites live longer than persons of minority race.

What are the health risks in North Carolina? ›

Cancer, heart disease, stroke, chronic lung disease and unintentional injuries make up the leading causes of death in North Carolina. Many deaths in the state are preventable and involve risky behaviors or lifestyles.

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