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Where does your City rank? America's most literate cities

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Ferrit Leggings



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Where does your City rank? America's most literate cities  Reply with quote  

http://www.uww.edu/npa/cities/overview.html

The city closest to me is 23.

Click on overall rankings to find if your city is ranked.

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Robb



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#3! Da Burg! Who'da thunk it? Pittsburgh sheesh, with all the money spent on football stadiums you'd think noone could afford to read there.
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Sara Leigh



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DC is number 6. Must be all those legislators bringing us down in the rankings. Twisted Evil

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i8tokyo



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#12, I would have guessed much lower. Oh well, back to my funny papers.
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Another 23 here, Rochester NY.

55 for education
31 for puplications
8 for newspapers
7 for libraries
61 for booksellers
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Lara



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Oroville who?  Reply with quote  

I guess Oroville doesn't count since we ain't nowhere near up the population of 200,000. That a lots of fingers an' toes to be a'countin'. Darnitall, where the heck is my Shakespeare coloring book?
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ArgonautFleecey



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Huh. I moved from #3 (Pittsburgh) to #58 (Chicago). That's sort of a shame.

Whoda thunk the 'Burgh would have been so high on the list??

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TiroIndite



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No. 57. Yes, it's all my fault. Razz

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#46 - hey we beat Vegas by 1 Embarassed
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waddupninja



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13... who knew
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I just can't reconcile this listing with what I have experienced. They have Tulsa at 21 beating Austin (22) and Oklahoma City at 39 Shocked Question . Dallas is at 54 and Ft. Worth is at 56; since I'm in the middle of the two cities I'll average myself to 55.

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