Guess what, Orlandoans? The City Beautiful was named one of the 100 best cities to live in, according to a new list compiled by Livability.com. More than 2,000 cities were evaluated in the study as Livability.com analyzed more than 40 data points that were then grouped into eight categories: economics, housing, amenities, infrastructure, demographics, social and civic capital, education and health care. The eight scores were weighted based on an exclusive survey conducted for Livability.com by Ipsos Public Affairs, a leading global market research firm. Respondents were asked about factors that make their communities better places to live, as well as the factors they would consider in selecting another city. Every city with a population between 20,000 and 350,000 was considered. Sources included the best public and private data available from organizations like the U.S. Census Bureau, Walk Score, GreatSchools.com and Esri. “Any of these cities would be a great place to live,” said Matt Carmichael, Livability’s editor. “Creating a livable community is key to attracting businesses and movers, as well as for retaining residents.” Here’s what Livability.com had to say about Orlando, which ranked No. 86 on the list: “Viewed by many as the ultimate family vacation destination, Orlando treats residents to great schools, quality health care and a bounty of recreational amenities and entertainment options. Home to Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and other theme parks, Orlando is also the setting for more than 25 colleges and universities, including the University of Central Florida.” See the full list here.