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Trivia Tidbit Of The Day: Part 223 -- Most Dangerous/Safe Cities.

America's Most Dangerous/Safe Cities-

Most dangerous cities:

1 Camden, NJ

2 Detroit, MI

3 St. Louis, MO

4 Flint, MI

5 Richmond, VA

6 Baltimore, MD

7 Atlanta, GA

8 New Orleans, LA

9 Gary, IN

10 Birmingham, AL

11 Richmond, CA

12 Cleveland, OH

13 Washington, DC

14 West Palm Beach, FL

15 Compton, CA

16 Memphis, TN

17 Dayton, OH

18 San Bernardino, CA

19 Springfield, MA

20 Cincinnati, OH

21 Oakland, CA

22 Dallas, TX

23 Newark, NJ

24 Hartford, CT

25 Little Rock, AR

And the safest cities:

1 Newton, MA

2 Clarkstown, NY

3 Amherst, NY

4 Mission Viejo, CA

5 Brick Township, NJ

6 Troy, MI

7 Thousand Oaks, CA

8 Round Rock, TX

9 Lake Forest, CA

10 Cary, NC

11 Colonie, NY

12 Fargo, ND

13 Irvine, CA

14 Orem, UT

15 Dover Township, NJ

16 Warwick, RI

17 Sunnyvale, CA

18 Hamilton Twnshp, NJ

19 Parma, OH

20 Canton Township, MI

21 Greece, NY

22 Simi Valley, CA

23 Coral Springs, FL

24 Port St. Lucie, FL

25 Centennial, CO

Source:
Morgan Quitno.


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Previous Trivia Tidbit: High Corporate Taxes In America.

Posted by Will Franklin · 22 November 2005 10:32 AM

Comments

Hartford, CT?

Is there a seedy part of CT that America doesn't know about?

Odd.

Posted by: Hoodlumman at November 22, 2005 10:42 AM

Spfld,Mass and Hartford, Connecticut are less than thirty miles apart.

It can't be true about Springfield as the State has one of the toughest gun laws in the country. Maybe honest people are afraid to carry there?

Posted by: DL at November 22, 2005 01:46 PM

Spfld,Mass and Hartford, Connecticut are less than thirty miles apart.

It can't be true about Springfield as the State has one of the toughest gun laws in the country. Maybe honest people are afraid to carry there?

Posted by: DL at November 22, 2005 01:47 PM

Maybe the Hartford and Springfield statistics are just about unborn children?

Posted by: DL at November 22, 2005 01:48 PM

Will, you need to tell Houston to step up. Us Folks in Dallas can't carry you guys forever.

Posted by: Rob B. at November 23, 2005 12:19 AM

Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, and Irvine CA border one another.

Posted by: Stephen B at November 23, 2005 04:14 PM