Chicago not likely to survive a zombie attack, study says

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If Chicago ever faced the walking dead, we are all doomed.

That's according to a study that found Chicago is unlikely to survive a zombie apocalypse.

Conducted by CareerBuilder, the study looked at defense resources, engineering capabilities, and food supply to see which cities could handle an outbreak.

Out of 53 American cities, Chicago came in 49th place.

The study says Chicago would fail to contain the zombie virus because it doesn't have enough people in engineering and construction fields. Having a high population is also bad.


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