A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Virginia

A video summary of the places in Virginia that are perfect for a redneck to call home.

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Is there anything really wrong with being called a redneck?

Typical redneck stereotypes includes uneducated people who work blue collar jobs. We also measured how many places in Virginia have the most gun stores, fishing shops, tobacco outlets, dive bars and Walmarts.

The result? The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Virginia. Enjoy.

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16 thoughts on “A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Virginia

  1. Covington, Virginia we finally got 5th place . Heck yeah. I live in the country and proud of it
    By the way we live in Alleghany County.

  2. Not sure if the rest of your info is correct. I live in Norton, VA and its a very poor area and one of the poorest in the state. not sure what u said it being 4th in the state for money? ur mic sucks… also MT Dew was not founded in VA. it was founded in TN….
    Mountain Dew (currently stylized as Mtn Dew in the United States) is a carbonated soft drink brand produced and owned by PepsiCo.

    The original formula was invented in 1940 by Tennessee beverage bottlers Moses and Ally Hartman. A revised formula was created by Bill Bridgforth in 1958.

  3. This person that wrote this just has an issue with the southwestern Virginia area. If he really did this based off gun stores, churches, tobacco stores, dive bars,and Wal-Mart’s then Hurley should not be on this list. Hurley has no Wal-Mart . Hurley has no gun stores. Hurley has no tobacco stores unless you count the IGA store or a gas station. As for a dive bar we don’t have that either. We have one restaurant. As far as the whole town being redneck no that’s not true either if the whole town was uneducated their would be no teachers, no bank managers, no business managers, but being a blue collar worker is nothing wrong with that either someone has to do hard work not everyone can site in an office and write ignorant blogs all day.

  4. I can think of several more redneck places than some of the ones mentioned here. Clueless as to how Richlands is pronounced! Should have researched more before making this video!

  5. your ignorance is showing. Who were the first rednecks. Proud men fighting for the right to work in the mountains and against greedy companies. It seems the most common similarity is being white. Does that make you a racist against white? . Our list is insulting instead of uplifting. Hope reading it did not let an ignorant virus lose in my computer.

      1. Margaret: ………………………………………………………………………………………………..huh?

  6. rather offended, what if we called it A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Blackie Cities In Virginia. before you get your panties in an uproar, you, the media has made joking of others distastful. Fortunately for you, we don’t start crying racism and demand advertisers withdraw their support, march on your office, or create RLM or Redneck Lives Matter and block the highways

  7. Oh yes, because when driving through Ashland, ANYBODY with a brain would think “Yep, that’s definitely the second-most-‘redneck’ city in Virginia!”. Are you kidding? This is survey methodology at its worst. Perhaps a prevalence of factors like dollar stores and fishing outlets is more a function of being a more populated city *near* rural areas than actually being a bastion of redneck-ness itself? Where’d you even get your data in the first place? If you wanted to actually identify what you were probably going for in this atrocity of an article, you should have considered more representative factors, such as per-capita measures of the “dive bars” or “tobacco outlets” you mentioned in the introduction. Additionally, not to dive too far into anecdotes here, but if you had ever been to the Town of Ashland – which isn’t even a city, mind you – you would realize that your characterization based on “data” (with horrible assumptions, mind you) is very far from accurate. Oh, and people don’t wear camo to church in Ashland. Seriously?

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