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全美50个最不宜居城市 底特律再登榜首 加州7城市榜上有名    熊宝宝撰文    发布时间: 2018-06-27 12:33

247wallst网站公布了全美50个最不宜居城市榜单,该排名针对城市的八个方面进行综合分析,包括:犯罪、经济、教育、环境、卫生、住房、基础设施和休闲。

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在本次排名中,底特律再登榜首。第二至第五分别是密西根州的佛林市、圣路易市、曼斐斯和克利夫兰。加州有七座城市上榜,其次是佛州的六座和俄亥俄州的五座。

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而在1981年曾被时代杂志称为“失乐园”的佛罗里达洲南部却在佛州垫底,迈阿密、迈阿密滩(Miami Beach)、和家园市(Homestead)均列入美国“50个最差居住地”排行榜,迈阿密是第42名、迈阿密滩第25名,家园市第14名。

佛州另外三座城市也上榜,分别是特拉哈西(Tallahassee)的第38位、甘斯维尔(Gainesville)第48和戴通纳海滩(Daytona Beach)第23位。

迈阿密2016年被评为最不宜居的城市,2012年被福布斯杂志列为“最悲惨的城市”,2014年被WalletHub公司认为是最恐怖的养家地方,在MagnifyMoney公司的最近研究中,被认为是最差的养老地。在50座最差居住城市中,迈阿密的谋杀破案率低而排名第45,在选择浪漫城市时,迈阿密也是最差之一。迈阿密四分之一的人生活在贫困中,也是全国物价最高的城市之一,迈阿密一栋房屋的中位价格是27万7700美元,全国平均水平为20万5000美元。

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加州有7座城市进入排行榜,其中,Florence-Graham是南加州洛杉矶县的一个居住区,在本次排名中位列加州最不宜居城市第一名。该地的家庭收入仅为3万4738美元,几乎只有加州平均家庭收入的一半。而低收入家庭所要面对的却是高昂的生活成本、该地商品和服务价格比全国平均值高出37%。当地高收入的工作往往仅限于高专业人士,而Florence-Graham的居民中仅有4.4%的人拥有学士或以上学位,垫底全美最低。

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San Bernardino是内陆帝国最不宜居的城市,位列加州最不宜居城市第二位。San Bernardino的贫困率为29.4%,位居加州第三高。7.3%的失业率也远高于加州的5.4%的失业率。在2016年,每10万人平均发生暴力犯罪1,331起,几乎是加州平均值的三倍。

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位于南加州洛杉矶县的Compton位列加州最不宜居城市第三名。超过4分之1的的人口收入位于贫困线以下,当地就业市场薄弱、工作机会少、失业率高达8.2%。同时该市人口拥有学士及以上学位的人口仅为8.1%,贫困、高失业率加上教育程度低,导致该地暴力犯罪事件频发,造2016年,每10万人平均发生暴力犯罪1,158起。

加州进入本次榜单的城市分别是:

北加州的

Fresno(32名)

Oakland(27名)

Merced(26名)

Stockton(24名)

和南加州的

Compton(20名)

San Bernardino(14名)

Florence-Graham(13名)。

全美50个最不宜居城市具体排名如下:

50. Fort Smith, Arkansas
> Population: 88,122
> Median home value: $115,400
> Poverty rate: 21.6%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 20.0%

49. Salt Lake City, Utah
> Population: 193,776
> Median home value: $285,100
> Poverty rate: 16.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 45.6%

48. Gainesville, Florida
> Population: 131,593
> Median home value: $154,600
> Poverty rate: 33.4%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 42.7%

47. Atlanta, Georgia
> Population: 472,506
> Median home value: $262,600
> Poverty rate: 22.4%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 50.5%

46. Tacoma, Washington
> Population: 211,304
> Median home value: $239,100
> Poverty rate: 16.3%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.7%

45. Albuquerque, New Mexico
> Population: 559,270
> Median home value: $191,600
> Poverty rate: 17.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 35.0%

44. Jackson, Mississippi
> Population: 169,141
> Median home value: $88,500
> Poverty rate: 22.0%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 28.6%

43. Syracuse, New York
> Population: 143,378
> Median home value: $92,900
> Poverty rate: 32.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.6%

42. Miami, Florida
> Population: 453,584
> Median home value: $277,700
> Poverty rate: 24.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.6%

41. North Charleston, South Carolina
> Population: 112,147
> Median home value: $152,000
> Poverty rate: 25.8%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 22.1%

40. South Bend, Indiana
> Population: 102,442
> Median home value: $77,400
> Poverty rate: 24.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 24.1%

39. New Haven, Connecticut
> Population: 129,939
> Median home value: $191,000
> Poverty rate: 24.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 32.4%

38. Tallahassee, Florida
> Population: 190,895
> Median home value: $196,700
> Poverty rate: 26.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 49.6%

37. Kalamazoo, Michigan
> Population: 75,988
> Median home value: $98,000
> Poverty rate: 30.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 31.3%

36. Knoxville, Tennessee
> Population: 186,238
> Median home value: $128,000
> Poverty rate: 25.4%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 35.1%

35. Toledo, Ohio
> Population: 278,512
> Median home value: $79,100
> Poverty rate: 26.3%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 18.7%

34. Buffalo, New York
> Population: 256,908
> Median home value: $83,500
> Poverty rate: 30.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.7%

33. Canton, Ohio
> Population: 71,329
> Median home value: $73,400
> Poverty rate: 31.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 15.0%

32. Fresno, California
> Population: 522,021
> Median home value: $227,500
> Poverty rate: 28.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 21.6%

31. Tucson, Arizona
> Population: 530,690
> Median home value: $144,000
> Poverty rate: 24.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.1%

30. Trenton, New Jersey
> Population: 84,065
> Median home value: $86,500
> Poverty rate: 27.8%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 14.8%

29. Dayton, Ohio
> Population: 140,478
> Median home value: $66,900
> Poverty rate: 32.0%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.3%

28. Springfield, Massachusetts
> Population: 154,079
> Median home value: $154,300
> Poverty rate: 24.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 18.0%

27. Oakland, California
> Population: 419,987
> Median home value: $649,700
> Poverty rate: 18.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 41.1%

26. Merced, California
> Population: 82,573
> Median home value: $215,400
> Poverty rate: 28.2%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.4%

25. Miami Beach, Florida
> Population: 91,905
> Median home value: $479,400
> Poverty rate: 13.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 46.2%

24. Stockton, California
> Population: 307,057
> Median home value: $243,700
> Poverty rate: 17.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.7%

23. Daytona Beach, Florida
> Population: 66,649
> Median home value: $132,300
> Poverty rate: 20.1%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 21.6%

22. Charleston, West Virginia
> Population: 50,210
> Median home value: $150,300
> Poverty rate: 20.0%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 38.7%

21. Shreveport, Louisiana
> Population: 194,472
> Median home value: $150,000
> Poverty rate: 30.8%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.3%

20. Compton, California
> Population: 97,537
> Median home value: $327,900
> Poverty rate: 26.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 8.1%

19. Little Rock, Arkansas
> Population: 198,546
> Median home value: $161,000
> Poverty rate: 18.8%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 40.2%

18. Gary, Indiana
> Population: 74,186
> Median home value: $64,800
> Poverty rate: 33.3%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 11.0%

17. Pueblo, Colorado
> Population: 110,295
> Median home value: $126,200
> Poverty rate: 24.2%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 18.7%

16. Rockford, Illinois
> Population: 147,404
> Median home value: $89,200
> Poverty rate: 22.6%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 22.6%

15. Youngstown, Ohio
> Population: 65,161
> Median home value: $43,300
> Poverty rate: 38.0%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 12.0%

14. San Bernardino, California
> Population: 216,242
> Median home value: $240,400
> Poverty rate: 29.4%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 9.1%

13. Florence-Graham, California
> Population: 63,390
> Median home value: $267,800
> Poverty rate: 31.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 4.4%

12. Homestead, Florida
> Population: 68,000
> Median home value: $204,800
> Poverty rate: 33.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 17.2%

11. Hartford, Connecticut
> Population: 123,287
> Median home value: $161,200
> Poverty rate: 27.3%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.8%

10. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
> Population: 595,070
> Median home value: $114,700
> Poverty rate: 26.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.3%

9. Baltimore, Maryland
> Population: 614,664
> Median home value: $153,500
> Poverty rate: 21.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 30.8%

8. Springfield, Missouri
> Population: 167,313
> Median home value: $115,900
> Poverty rate: 24.6%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.7%

7. Albany, Georgia
> Population: 74,904
> Median home value: $88,800
> Poverty rate: 32.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 20.1%

6. Wilmington, Delaware
> Population: 71,455
> Median home value: $145,600
> Poverty rate: 27.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.6%

5. Cleveland, Ohio
> Population: 385,810
> Median home value: $66,800
> Poverty rate: 35.0%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.3%

4. Memphis, Tennessee
> Population: 652,752
> Median home value: $96,800
> Poverty rate: 26.9%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.6%

3. St. Louis, Missouri
> Population: 311,404
> Median home value: $125,800
> Poverty rate: 23.8%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 34.1%

2. Flint, Michigan
> Population: 97,379
> Median home value: $28,200
> Poverty rate: 44.5%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 10.5%

1. Detroit, Michigan
> Population: 672,829
> Median home value: $43,500
> Poverty rate: 35.7%
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 14.9%


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