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Top 10 most miserable US cities to live in...

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Top 10 most miserable US cities to live in...

Postby Charles » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:37 pm

... includes a hefty dose of California locales.

California cities make up 5 of the Top 10 according to this survey, with an astounding 4 of the top 5 including number 1.

Hey, what's Chicago doing on that list at #7 ?

Still love ya Chitown and always will.

1. Stockton, California
2. Miami, Florida
3. Merced, California
4. Modesto, California
5. Sacramento, California
6. Memphis, Tennessee
7. Chicago, Illinois
8. West Palm Beach, Florida
9. Vallejo, California
10. Cleveland, Ohio

Here's the list.
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Re: Top 10 most miserable US cities to live in...

Postby skynet » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:32 pm

I can understand the smaller cities having a hard time, but Sacramento? I don't know much about it but it is the state capital. Well, maybe because CA is in a lot of trouble. And it's probably only going to get worse for these cities before it gets better.
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