Word on the Street: Places to retire

The website WalletHub released its list of the most retirement-friendly big cities in the U.S., and New York came in at 146 out of 150.

The list is based on things like cost of living and recreational activities.

The list is based on things like cost of living and recreational activities. (8/24/15)

THE BRONX - The website WalletHub released its list of the most retirement-friendly big cities in the U.S., and New York came in at 146 out of 150.

The list is based on things like cost of living and recreational activities.

Rounding out the bottom five are Aurora, Illinois, Providence, Rhode Island, Jersey City, New Jersey and Newark, New Jersey.

The website found the best place to retire is Tampa, Florida. It was followed by Scottsdale, Arizona, Boise, Idaho, Cape Coral, Florida and Orlando, Florida.

News 12 hit the streets to see where residents would like to retire.

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