"America's Most Miserable Cities"

 

I was just reading this article in Forbes and it was a real eye opener about how some areas are really suffering far worse then the rest of the Country.

Ohio has 5 of the top 20 most Miserable Cities in the list with Cleveland picked as the most miserable.

"America's Most Miserable Cities
Kurt Badenhausen, 02.18.10, 12:01 AM EST

Cleveland leads a slew of Midwestern towns on our annual list, but thanks to high taxes New York and Chicago make it too."

http://www.forbes.com/2010/02/11/americas-most-miserable-cit...

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Detroit not #1

I see Detroit is on the list but not #1. I have family that live there and I have been told they don't even have a major chain gocery store there now. With the lost of the auto industry Detroit has also become a ghost town

LOL SanBernardino

LOL SanBernardino California number 3

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Baseline

Yes, nansoutey, I would say that baseline in San Barnardino looks like a ghost town compared to how it use to look many years ago. The Inland Empire is a job depressed area.

Cleveland

Cleveland may be miserable, but Westlake is alive and well. Maybe all the winners left Cleveland and moved to Westlake.

rjrsw wrote: Cleveland leads

rjrsw wrote:

Cleveland leads a slew of Midwestern towns on our annual list, but thanks to high taxes New York and Chicago make it too."

With the State of Illinois being basically bankrupt, I can't see any tax relief for Chicago.

Ron