Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

10 of the Worst Cities in the U.S. According to Americans

Los Angeles, California

Traffic congestion, high cost of living, and issues with pollution contribute to its reputation as one of the worst cities.

Gary, Indiana

Known for its struggling economy and high poverty rates, Gary often ranks among the most dangerous cities in America.

Memphis, Tennessee

The city faces challenges related to crime, poverty, and limited economic opportunities for residents.

Newark, New Jersey

With high crime rates and a history of political corruption, Newark has a negative image among Americans.

Cleveland, Ohio

Economic decline, industrial blight, and population loss have affected Cleveland's overall appeal.

Baltimore, Maryland

Persistent crime problems and issues with poverty have impacted Baltimore's reputation significantly.

Oakland, California

High crime rates and a high cost of living make Oakland one of the least favored cities in the U.S.

St. Louis, Missourl

The city's high crime rates and struggling education system have contributed to its poor perception.

Birmingham, Alabama

Challenges with crime, poverty, and education have led to Birmingham being perceived as one of the worst cities in the country.

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