The best and worst Tube stations to commute to and from - as ranked by Londoners

 
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Residents of North Ealing, Kenton and Anerley, you're in luck. Living in Kensal Rise, Queensbury or Dalston Junction? Not so much.

These are the Tube stations with the easiest and most hellish commutes, decided by Londoners themselves.

The survey of more than a thousand commuters by Easyroommate has been compiled into a handy map, which can be used to identify whether locals think they have a good or bad commute from their local Tube station. Perfect if you plan on moving anytime soon.

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A whopping 90 per cent of Londoners said the local Tube station was important for deciding where to live according to the research.

Hit "go" to use the map below and check out how your local station fares out of the 297 Tube, Overground and DLR stations in the capital - and whether it matches up to your own experience.

(via EasyRoommate).

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