I love music, art, and local culture. Â I dislike big box chain stores. Â I like modern areas. Â I'm an atheist. Â I don't like winter and would prefer never to see snow again. Â In fact, I prefer weather that you never have to think about. Â Above all else, I like being able to pick up and go do something at any given moment. Â I like areas that are alive and kicking 24 hours a day. Â I don't like rednecks. Â I'm indifferent to nature. Â I speak English. Â I speak "I graduated from an American public school" Spanish. Â Socially speaking, I am extremely liberal. Â Fiscally, I am a bit more moderate-conservative. Â I have no real political affiliations. Â I place great value on friends and socialization.
Actually, Midtown Atlanta isn't bad at all; it's young and vibrant, and a lot of clubs are pretty damn good. And if you don't go to the obviously fratty bars, you generally won't bump into "rednecks". And having lived there for four years, I can say that you'll bump into many, many people of your political stripe there. Not trying to sell you on the place--I moved back to NYC, after all--but it's not a giant trailer park, as you seem to think. But really, you're only about to enter college. You have four years to figure out where you want to live, and things change a lot during that time.