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Old 08-04-2011, 09:19 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by taming View Post
See: America's Most Literate Cities 201, a study by Central Connecticut State University (http://www.ccsu.edu/page.cfm?p=8227) St. Louis, btw, ranks in the top 10 overall, but is #46 in educational attainment. It is in a tie with Portland Oregon in the overall rankings. Portland ranks 4th in educational attainment.
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Top 10 Cities:

1. Washington, DC
2. Seattle, WA
3. Minneapolis, MN
4. Atlanta, GA
5. Pittsburgh, PA
6. San Francisco, CA
7. St. Paul, MN
8. Denver, CO
9.5. Portland, OR
9.5. St. Louis, MO
I love the fact that the most literate city in the States is one of our most diverse.

Pity that Seattle trounces Portland on that list.
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