These Are The 10 Best Places To Live In America


We looked at the places in the United States with low crime, lots of jobs and the best schools to determine the best places to live in America.

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There’s a common denominator that all good cities have.

They are the places that have great economies. They are the places where the school systems are in awesome shape. They’re the places where lots of people have jobs, and where residents earn high salaries.

If home prices are high, it’s a sign that there’s a lot of demand to live there.

And certainly, if crime is really low, everyone wants to be there.

The cities below all share those qualities. There might be some surprises on this list, but when you look at the unbiased data, it’s hard to argue against. We had more than 10 million people read our worst cities in a state series, which was featured in hundreds of media outlets, including an NPR feature.

So we know what we’re talking about.

After analyzing the biggest 250 cities in the country, here is our list of the best places to live in America:

  1. Alexandria, Virginia
  2. Plano, Texas
  3. Bellevue, Washington
  4. Naperville, Illinois
  5. Frisco, Texas
  6. Round Rock, Texas
  7. Coral Springs, Florida
  8. Overland Park, Kansas
  9. Olathe, Kansas
  10. Cary, North Carolina

You might be surprised to see some of these cities on this list. We understand there’s a lot of good in every place. However, according to data (which doesn’t measure things like beauty, ‘friendly people’ and community involvement), there aren’t better options in America for making a place home.

The worst place to live in America? Macon, Georgia. More on that later.

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How do you decide if a place is awesome or not?

In order to rank the best places to live in America, we had to determine what criteria people like or dislike about a place. It isn’t a stretch to assume that people like low crime, solid education, things to do and a stable economy.

So we scraped the internet for those criteria, and it spit out the answer. Like magic.

How we crunched the numbers

We threw a lot of criteria at this one in order to get the best, most complete results possible. Using FBI crime data, the government census, Bureau of Labor Statistics and Sperling’s Best Places, this is the criteria we used:

  • Population Density (The higher the better – meaning there’s more to do for indoor entertainment)
  • Lowest Unemployment Rates
  • Adjusted Median Income (Median income adjusted for the cost of living)
  • Low Housing Vacancy Rate
  • Education (High expenditures per student and low Student-Teacher Ratio)
  • Low Crime

If you’d like to see the complete list of cities, scroll to the bottom of this post to see a link to the entire data set.

Note: We get the crime numbers from the FBI, which gets its crime numbers from the cities themselves. This list is based on data, and is entirely unbiased.

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1. Alexandria, Virginia

Grade: A+

Wikipedia

Population: 140,337
Home values: 20th highest in the nation
Crime: 22nd lowest in the nation
Student-teacher ratio: Best in America

You may have heard it before – Alexandria is simply an amazing place to live. But according to our unbiased data, it’s the absolute best place to live in America, hands down. Why? Let’s take a peek.

First off, it would be hard to find a better place to raise kids than in this D.C. suburb, which has the best school system in the country. The amount of money per student is in the top 10, and the number of teachers per student is the highest in the land – at just 9.8 kids per instructor.

That’s insanely low.

Other factors: Really low crime, high population density and just about everyone who wants a job has a job.

2. Plano, Texas

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 263,122
Incomes: 5th highest in America
Schools: Top 10 in the country

Texas suburbs are where it’s at in America these days. In fact, there are three Texas suburbs in the top 10 here, and 5 in the top 12.

What makes Plano particularly desirable? If measuring an area based on the income of its residents is a sign of desirability, then Plano has it made. Folks here are pretty wealthy, earning about $83,000 each per year. That’s pretty darn good.

The schools are great in Plano, and crime is the lowest in the state, too. There were only four homicides here a couple years back, which is the lowest in the country for cities with a population over 250,000.

3. Bellevue, Washington

Grade: A

Wikipedia.

Population: 122,873
Unemployment rate: 3.9%
Home values: 15th highest in the country
Crime: 20th lowest

There aren’t very many places on the west coast that rank high on our list. All judgment aside, it seems as if the midwest and smatterings of the south are where the most desirable places in America are located.

Here in Bellevue, Washington, the number of people employed is really high. Part of that is because Bellevue is located right across Lake Washington from Seattle, which is a great American city.

Bellevue has been called the 4th best place for new businesses (CNN) and the 2nd best place to live in America (USA Today). Plus, Bellevue means ‘beautiful view’ in French.

4. Naperville, Illinois

Grade: A

Wikipedia.

Population: 142,143
Incomes: 2nd highest in America
Crime: 3rd lowest

This Chicago suburb is plain loaded. There’s only one place in the country where families bring in more money per capita, and that’s in Frisco, Texas (below). If being near wealthy people where crime is something that simply happens in other cities is a place that sounds good to you, then Naperville is a place for you.

Money Magazine always sings the praises of Naperville, and Kiplinger called it the best place in America to retire. That is, if you can stand the brutal winters.

Plus, the public libraries in Naperville rank as the best in the land, and the downtown area of Naperville is just so charming, who wouldn’t want to live here?

5. Frisco, Texas

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 116,944
Crime: 15th lowest
Incomes: Highest in America
Unemployment rate: 3.8%

Welcome to the wealthiest place in America. Now, we’re not speculating that wealth is the main sign of desirability, but in most studies, the ‘better’ places to live happen to also be the wealthiest places. That’s because often, areas where there are high incomes also are areas with great schools, lots of jobs and low crime.

Here in Frisco, the average household brings in more than $100,000 a year annually. And, this is just about the safest place you can live in the state of Texas. Most of the successful people who commute into Dallas-Fort Worth live here.

There’s a reason Frisco was the fastest-growing city for a number of years in the early 2000’s.

6. Round Rock, Texas

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 112,764
Incomes: 5th highest in America
Unemployment rate: 4%
Crime: 15th lowest in the nation

Austin has been cited as one of the best places to live in the country, and the technology and arts scene here is simply booming. Round Rock is essentially the most desirable place to live if you want to be in the Austin area.

Folks here are wealthy, and there’s plenty of jobs and low crime. The population here is exploding – and just a year ago, the city grew at an 8% clip, which is stunning. And, the Round Rock Independent School District ranks among the best in the state, according to the Texas Education Agency.

A ‘super suburb’ indeed.

7. Coral Springs, Florida

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 128,203
Crime: 30th lowest in America
Incomes: Top 5% in the U.S.
Unemployment rate: 4.3%

There aren’t too many places in Florida to crack the top of this list, but if you wanted to enjoy the Sunshine State – even for 6 months a year, then Coral Springs would be a great choice.

This Fort Lauderdale/Miami suburb has some of the lowest crime in the region, and lots of folks are employed gainfully. This isn’t just a place for older people, either; it’s a very family-friendly community with lots to do. And, the city of Coral Springs has a very large budget, which means lots of funding for parks, activities, and protection.

8. Overland Park, Kansas

Grade: A

Wikipedia.

Population: 176,203
Incomes: 15th highest in the country
Crime: 25th lowest in the nation
Schools: Top 10 in the country

Yes, Kansas. In fact, the communities surrounding Kansas City are some of the most desirable in the nation, not just the midwest.

Here in Overland Park, the schools are some of the best in the United States, where funding levels are really high, and were overcrowded schools are nonexistent.

Just about every major publication which ranks places to live has called Overland Park both a top spot to raise families as well as a great place to retire.

9. Olathe, Kansas

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 135,233
Incomes: 6th highest in the country
Schools: Top 10 in America
Crime: 14th lowest in the nation

Olathe and Overland Park are basically twins. Olathe actually has a higher-ranked school system (when measuring student-teacher ratios), and an even lower crime rate than in Overland Park.

Households in Olathe bring in about $100,000 annually, which is practically the highest in the entire midwest, outside of Naperville. And crime is just about as low as you can expect.

10. Cary, North Carolina

Grade: A

Wikipedia

Population: 140,000
Crime: 2nd lowest in the nation
Incomes: 3rd highest in America
Unemployment rate: 3.6%

Chances are if you live in Cary, North Carolina, a car break-in happens once a week, and makes the front page of the local paper. This Raleigh suburb is simply in a class of its own when it comes to a peaceful, quiet standard of living.

Practically everyone in this community who wants a job has one. And, there’s plenty of technology companies in the area, which is one reason people are flocking here from all over, particularly the northeast.

The running joke in Cary is that it’s a place where people settle who don’t want to be in Florida, but want to be close to family in the New England region.

The next 20

Here are the grades for the next 20 cities on the list. The complete scoring chart is at the bottom.

    11. McKinney, Texas Grade: A
    12. Carrollton, Texas Grade: A
    13. Santa Clarita, CA Grade:A
    14. Gilbert, AZGrade: A
    15. Stamford, CT. Grade: A
    16. Torrance, CA Grade: A
    17. Pembroke Pines, FL Grade:A
    18. Santa Clara, CA Grade: A
    19. Virginia Beach, VA Grade: A
    20. Yonkers, NY Grade:A

There You Have It

If you’re looking at cities in the U.S. where crime is low, people are wealthy, and the public schools are amazing, this is an accurate list.

If you’re also curious enough, here are the worst cities in America, according to science.

  1. Macon, GA (Pop. 91,605)
  2. Jackson, MS (Pop. 111,203)
  3. Detroit, MI (Pop. 721,403)
  4. Knoxville, TN (Pop. 180,203)
  5. Chattanooga, TN (Pop. 170,03)

Mobile users: Here’s a link to the complete data chart. It also has a tab for the worst cities in America.

Detailed Chart of the Best Places to Live in America

City Rank Population Home Values Unemployment Rate
Alexandria, Virginia 1 140,337 $444,200 3.6%
Plano, Texas 2 263,122 $249,200 4.3%
Bellevue, Washington 3 122,873 $554,300 3.9%
Naperville, Illinois 4 142,143 $350,000 5.7%
Frisco, Texas 5 116,944 $320,500 3.8%
Round Rock, Texas 6 100,764 $186,900 4.0%
Coral Springs, Florida 7 122,219 $257,900 4.3%
Overland Park, Kansas 8 174,503 $258,400 4.2%
Olathe, Kansas 9 125,902 $215,100 3.9%
Cary, North Carolina 10 136,627 $271,700 3.6%
Mckinney, Texas 11 131,882 $231,000 4.4%
Carrollton, Texas 12 120,727 $172,800 4.5%
Santa Clarita, California 13 175,922 $395,200 4.6%
Gilbert, Arizona 14 208,850 $249,900 4.2%
Stamford, Connecticut 15 122,878 $439,900 5.5%
Torrance, California 16 145,443 $661,500 3.7%
Pembroke Pines, Florida 17 155,578 $196,500 4.5%
Santa Clara, California 18 116,301 $726,900 4.8%
Virginia Beach, Virginia 19 439,528 $232,400 4.5%
Sunnyvale, California 20 141,123 $944,300 4.5%
Yonkers, New York 20 196,459 $381,300 5.7%
Ann Arbor, Michigan 22 114,725 $229,900 5.2%
Arvada, Colorado 23 106,965 $237,900 5.1%
Madison, Wisconsin 24 234,586 $217,400 3.7%
Simi Valley, California 25 123,942 $460,200 5.0%
Fremont, California 26 215,188 $687,400 4.1%
Honolulu, Hawaii 27 341,727 $575,400 3.8%
Orange, California 28 136,891 $543,300 4.6%
Chandler, Arizona 29 237,456 $235,400 4.5%
Huntington Beach, California 30 191,403 $681,900 4.1%
Rancho Cucamonga, California 31 165,775 $405,600 5.4%
Rochester, Minnesota 32 106,903 $160,500 3.8%
San Francisco, California 33 807,755 $875,100 4.4%
Jersey City, New Jersey 34 248,435 $304,000 7.2%
West Jordan, Utah 35 103,846 $212,300 3.0%
Thousand Oaks, California 36 126,570 $630,900 4.7%
Irvine, California 37 213,880 $751,100 3.7%
Westminster, Colorado 38 106,750 $220,900 5.2%
Carlsbad, California 39 105,097 $652,000 3.9%
Corona, California 40 153,644 $410,900 6.1%
Boston, Massachusetts 41 619,662 $407,600 5.2%
Seattle, Washington 42 612,916 $429,400 4.0%
Elk Grove, California 43 151,639 $302,700 5.7%
Sterling Heights, Michigan 44 129,887 $148,900 5.8%
Lincoln, Nebraska 45 259,218 $131,600 2.9%
Chesapeake, Virginia 46 223,233 $227,000 4.6%
Thornton, Colorado 47 118,747 $213,000 5.5%
Manchester, New Hampshire 48 109,786 $178,500 4.6%
Austin, Texas 49 799,939 $229,700 3.5%
Fargo, North Dakota 50 106,005 $162,000 2.4%
San Jose, California 51 954,379 $646,100 5.9%
Midland, Texas 52 112,618 $202,300 2.3%
Charleston, South Carolina 53 120,903 $212,400 3.7%
Costa Mesa, California 54 110,322 $623,800 4.5%
Miramar, Florida 55 121,447 $184,300 5.9%
Omaha, Nebraska 56 412,689 $130,700 3.8%
Arlington, Texas 57 367,154 $129,600 4.5%
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 58 126,921 $119,300 4.2%
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 59 154,526 $149,700 3.4%
Minneapolis, Minnesota 60 385,023 $190,900 3.9%
Raleigh, North Carolina 61 405,007 $179,400 4.3%
Garland, Texas 62 227,641 $109,200 5.1%
Aurora, Illinois 63 196,569 $133,500 7.3%
Glendale, California 64 192,537 $609,900 6.6%
Denton, Texas 65 115,098 $142,500 3.8%
Washington, District Of Columbia 66 605,759 $434,300 7.0%
Kent, Washington 67 108,700 $240,400 5.0%
Pasadena, California 68 137,316 $638,000 5.8%
Irving, Texas 69 217,021 $123,200 4.3%
Scottsdale, Arizona 70 219,867 $384,900 4.3%
New York, New York 70 8,199,221 $466,900 7.4%
Chula Vista, California 72 242,499 $384,100 7.1%
Oceanside, California 73 167,799 $378,700 5.7%
Santa Rosa, California 74 167,207 $392,800 5.2%
Odessa, Texas 75 101,545 $171,300 2.8%
Downey, California 76 111,807 $417,000 6.1%
Fort Collins, Colorado 77 144,329 $247,200 4.3%
Norman, Oklahoma 78 111,753 $130,900 2.9%
Roseville, California 78 119,537 $341,600 6.2%
Hampton, Virginia 80 137,471 $144,800 6.0%
San Diego, California 81 1,308,619 $472,200 6.0%
West Valley City, Utah 82 129,123 $162,700 3.5%
Fontana, California 83 196,129 $259,800 8.7%
Denver, Colorado 83 604,356 $251,600 5.8%
Fullerton, California 85 135,419 $518,200 5.6%
Des Moines, Iowa 86 204,362 $103,100 4.8%
Garden Grove, California 87 171,377 $434,500 6.3%
Lowell, Massachusetts 87 106,739 $200,200 6.7%
Henderson, Nevada 89 258,270 $207,400 7.0%
Berkeley, California 90 112,662 $819,300 5.5%
Pasadena, Texas 91 149,506 $101,700 5.3%
Lakewood, Colorado 92 143,496 $247,100 5.5%
Oxnard, California 93 197,456 $355,300 8.4%
Grand Prairie, Texas 94 174,631 $152,300 4.9%
Anchorage, Alaska 95 291,470 $316,100 5.0%
Peoria, Arizona 96 154,566 $202,500 5.0%
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 97 167,370 $240,500 4.5%
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 98 306,430 $76,700 4.8%
Newport News, Virginia 99 180,831 $159,000 6.0%
Tempe, Arizona 100 164,139 $209,600 4.5%
Provo, Utah 101 113,105 $186,300 2.9%
Worcester, Massachusetts 102 181,473 $177,400 6.8%
Concord, California 102 122,683 $396,900 6.6%
Anaheim, California 104 337,471 $438,800 6.5%
Hollywood, Florida 105 142,060 $173,500 5.2%
Columbus, Ohio 106 790,168 $95,900 4.3%
Chicago, Illinois 107 2,702,471 $165,700 8.4%
Los Angeles, California 108 3,804,503 $476,300 8.5%
Portland, Oregon 109 585,888 $283,200 6.0%
Durham, North Carolina 110 229,963 $148,300 4.4%
Long Beach, California 111 463,589 $446,100 8.4%
Fort Worth, Texas 112 743,865 $114,900 4.7%
El Monte, California 113 114,032 $370,400 9.5%
Columbia, Missouri 114 109,008 $156,900 3.8%
Cape Coral, Florida 114 155,405 $149,700 5.4%
Hayward, California 116 145,165 $381,100 6.4%
Santa Ana, California 117 326,608 $373,900 8.1%
Gresham, Oregon 118 105,612 $214,900 6.3%
San Antonio, Texas 119 1,335,287 $154,300 4.3%
Elgin, Illinois 120 109,513 $134,900 8.9%
Charlotte, North Carolina 121 740,931 $141,400 5.3%
Lafayette, Louisiana 122 120,757 $156,200 3.3%
Escondido, California 123 144,311 $352,600 6.3%
Houston, Texas 124 2,107,449 $182,700 4.7%
Glendale, Arizona 125 229,331 $157,500 5.2%
Clearwater, Florida 126 108,138 $141,200 5.1%
Corpus Christi, Texas 127 305,427 $112,900 4.2%
Norfolk, Virginia 128 243,056 $173,500 6.0%
Surprise, Arizona 129 115,007 $181,500 6.3%
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 130 109,172 $147,800 4.4%
Mcallen, Texas 131 130,297 $114,500 5.4%
Inglewood, California 132 110,225 $328,500 9.6%
Newark, New Jersey 133 276,478 $226,100 10.2%
Mesa, Arizona 134 443,875 $172,800 5.1%
Paterson, New Jersey 135 145,655 $198,800 12.3%
Pomona, California 136 149,431 $281,700 8.5%
Moreno Valley, California 137 193,758 $207,700 9.7%
Richmond, Virginia 138 205,348 $133,800 5.7%
Fairfield, California 139 105,407 $278,500 7.7%
Elizabeth, New Jersey 140 124,795 $166,000 9.2%
Lubbock, Texas 141 229,428 $108,400 3.4%
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 142 229,174 $137,600 4.5%
Joliet, Illinois 142 147,098 $100,700 10.3%
Wichita, Kansas 144 381,176 $118,700 5.6%
Amarillo, Texas 145 191,118 $97,700 3.2%
Louisville, Kentucky 146 741,285 $148,100 6.9%
Fort Wayne, Indiana 147 253,617 $98,500 5.4%
Dallas, Texas 148 1,207,202 $201,700 5.1%
Albuquerque, New Mexico 149 545,083 $179,400 5.6%
Riverside, California 150 306,128 $263,600 8.4%
Vancouver, Washington 150 162,699 $195,600 6.3%
Eugene, Oregon 152 156,222 $214,400 5.6%
Colorado Springs, Colorado 153 417,534 $189,900 7.0%
Las Vegas, Nevada 153 587,699 $160,200 7.6%
Warren, Michigan 155 134,550 $77,600 8.9%
Salem, Oregon 156 154,835 $162,800 7.1%
Aurora, Colorado 157 326,249 $178,600 6.1%
Port St. Lucie, Florida 158 163,748 $123,800 6.4%
Hialeah, Florida 159 226,837 $142,300 6.8%
Salinas, California 159 150,634 $282,900 13.2%
Abilene, Texas 161 118,484 $95,200 3.7%
El Paso, Texas 162 650,778 $117,300 6.0%
Athens, Georgia 163 117,762 $161,600 5.2%
Vallejo, California 163 116,417 $216,800 8.7%
Visalia, California 163 123,905 $165,200 8.3%
Ontario, California 166 165,260 $291,500 8.9%
Providence, Rhode Island 167 178,185 $137,000 9.5%
Indianapolis, Indiana 168 831,230 $120,500 5.8%
Tacoma, Washington 169 200,013 $176,600 6.7%
Bakersfield, California 169 347,091 $182,900 7.9%
New Orleans, Louisiana 171 341,407 $170,700 5.1%
Baltimore, Maryland 172 620,644 $93,700 7.8%
Phoenix, Arizona 173 1,462,368 $159,800 5.4%
Laredo, Texas 174 236,063 $109,500 4.9%
Modesto, California 175 201,986 $180,100 10.6%
St. Petersburg, Florida 176 245,363 $120,100 5.7%
Evansville, Indiana 177 119,226 $89,200 5.5%
Tampa, Florida 178 339,391 $123,000 6.0%
Topeka, Kansas 179 127,312 $95,000 5.3%
Syracuse, New York 180 144,703 $77,200 6.3%
Huntsville, Alabama 181 179,855 $157,900 5.5%
Sacramento, California 182 467,467 $207,200 8.4%
Miami, Florida 183 401,927 $245,200 7.8%
North Las Vegas, Nevada 184 215,762 $146,600 8.7%
Allentown, Pennsylvania 185 117,942 $95,100 7.3%
Killeen, Texas 186 127,995 $114,100 6.0%
Palmdale, California 187 151,841 $178,700 9.5%
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 188 1,525,811 $103,400 6.8%
Miami Gardens, Florida 188 107,884 $127,300 6.6%
Little Rock, Arkansas 190 193,691 $127,100 5.7%
Grand Rapids, Michigan 190 189,340 $103,500 6.8%
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 192 581,094 $130,600 3.8%
Bridgeport, Connecticut 192 144,446 $146,000 10.2%
Springfield, Illinois 194 115,982 $111,000 5.9%
Nashville, Tennessee 195 629,113 $188,400 4.7%
Spokane, Washington 196 208,701 $131,000 6.4%
Reno, Nevada 197 226,305 $188,600 7.1%
Atlanta, Georgia 198 425,931 $137,000 8.5%
New Haven, Connecticut 198 129,898 $165,600 9.3%
Buffalo, New York 200 261,955 $54,600 7.2%
Cincinnati, Ohio 201 297,314 $90,900 5.2%
Independence, Missouri 202 116,513 $102,300 6.4%
Peoria, Illinois 203 114,754 $82,900 7.8%
Lancaster, California 204 155,496 $166,200 10.9%
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 205 594,328 $90,100 8.4%
Shreveport, Louisiana 206 200,099 $89,700 5.2%
Hartford, Connecticut 207 124,879 $155,500 12.4%
Oakland, California 208 392,890 $420,300 8.9%
Columbia, South Carolina 209 129,757 $162,300 5.5%
Greensboro, North Carolina 210 270,619 $104,700 5.8%
Clarksville, Tennessee 211 133,583 $129,200 6.0%
Beaumont, Texas 212 117,769 $80,900 6.8%
Springfield, Massachusetts 213 153,278 $123,000 8.9%
Salt Lake City, Utah 213 186,740 $263,100 2.9%
Waco, Texas 215 124,843 $89,800 4.7%
Rochester, New York 216 210,967 $58,900 7.4%
Jacksonville, Florida 217 823,652 $111,900 5.9%
Wilmington, North Carolina 218 107,116 $154,200 5.3%
Akron, Ohio 219 199,955 $60,200 5.6%
Fayetteville, North Carolina 220 200,439 $104,300 5.1%
Tulsa, Oklahoma 221 391,486 $94,300 4.0%
Fresno, California 222 495,777 $159,500 11.4%
Kansas City, Missouri 223 459,772 $132,300 6.7%
Orlando, Florida 224 240,185 $117,800 5.2%
Gainesville, Florida 225 124,981 $127,900 4.3%
Montgomery, Alabama 226 205,516 $118,700 6.6%
St. Louis, Missouri 227 318,527 $98,400 8.2%
Toledo, Ohio 228 287,487 $53,400 6.2%
Tallahassee, Florida 229 181,821 $145,900 5.1%
Stockton, California 230 292,262 $167,800 14.2%
Victorville, California 231 115,069 $121,500 10.1%
Cleveland, Ohio 232 397,972 $50,300 8.5%
Kansas City, Kansas 233 145,605 $85,900 6.7%
Lansing, Michigan 234 114,537 $76,600 8.4%
Dayton, Ohio 235 142,670 $45,000 6.3%
Columbus, Georgia 236 191,278 $84,900 7.4%
Tucson, Arizona 237 521,695 $126,300 5.9%
Birmingham, Alabama 238 213,180 $87,400 7.3%
Brownsville, Texas 239 175,210 $78,200 8.6%
San Bernardino, California 240 210,624 $138,200 11.3%
Springfield, Missouri 241 160,246 $105,100 5.0%
Mobile, Alabama 242 195,239 $85,600 7.5%
Memphis, Tennessee 243 651,050 $65,800 7.9%
Savannah, Georgia 244 137,690 $93,700 7.1%
Rockford, Illinois 245 152,948 $75,500 10.2%
Chattanooga, Tennessee 246 167,869 $109,700 6.3%
Knoxville, Tennessee 247 179,973 $109,200 5.6%
Detroit, Michigan 248 721,459 $35,700 14.5%
Jackson, Mississippi 249 174,382 $95,000 6.5%
Macon, Georgia 250 91,604 $54,300 8.8%

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