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Bath has been voted one of the worst places in the country during a zombie apocalypse Bath City News

Many of us have fantasized about how we would fare in the event of a cataclysm. Would we be like the resourceful Dr. Robert Neville in I Am Legend, or rather the clumsy, scared, clumsy type – think Columbus in Zombieland.

Well, we may never find those answers – and we probably wouldn’t – but the experts at Rant Casino have comprehensively ranked the best and worst places to live in the UK in the event of a zombie apocalypse. .

With 297,409 potential zombies lurking, Bath has been crowned the fourth unluckiest town in the West Country. The city is home to 123 graveyards, giving a rather terrifying zombie to population ratio of over 151% – second only to the Angus region of Scotland.

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It’s probably no surprise that ahead of Bath, northern powerhouses Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool rank first and third respectively.

Residents of Somerset West and Taunton have around 43,232 potential zombies, or just over 36% of Taunton Deane’s total population, but in zombie form. It’s a terrifying thought, and there are 140 graveyards in the area, due to the high zombie count.

Cornwall has the most graveyards in the country, 331, which means they would have a whopping 151,774 zombies to contend with on their moors and beaches. Its famous archipelago, the Isles of Scilly, would absolutely be the place to go if such a nightmare were to occur; they only have 98 potential undead and therefore come out as the safest place in the UK during a zombie apocalypse.

UK zombie apocalypse map (Image: Rant Casino)

Stevenage in Hertfordshire emerges as the second favorite place to live, closely followed by Oadby and Wigston in Leicestershire. However, despite these low numbers, I would say an island is the preferable location as the sea is one of the best natural defenses one can use – can zombies run sailboats?

The study was undertaken by Reboot, on behalf of Rant Casino, where they conducted the following research to replicate a hypothetical zombie apocalypse in which the deceased are resurrected as the living dead.

The research assesses both nominal and relative concentrations of zombies across administrative subdivisions in the UK. The estimates in this study are based on a sample of 369,240 geolocated cemeteries and memorials worldwide acquired from an established public database of cemetery records, Find a Grave.

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