How would your city fair in a Zombie Apocalypse?

LawnLove did an analysis of 200 metropolitan areas reviewing data from the Centers for Disease Control, National Center for Disaster Preparedness, US Census Bureau, and Yelp. Armed with this research, they ranked the cities by their likelihood to survive a Zombie Apocalypse, 1 being most likely, and 200 being least likely.

In case you are wondering, our neighborhoods ranked as follows:
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Sacramento 64
Oakland 65
Reno 114
Stockton 127
Fresno 181

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