The 10 best and worst run cities in America

1:09 PM, Jan 3, 2014   |    comments
  • 10th Best - Raleigh, N.C. (Photo by Doug Kerr via Flickr Commons)
  • 7th Worst - Miami, Fla. (Photo by Daniel via Flickr Commons)
  • 8th Worst - Newark, New Jersey (Photo by Doug Kerr via Flickr Commons)
  • 9th Worst - Detroit, Michigan (Photo by Bernt Rostad via Flickr Commons)
  • 6th Worst - Stockton, Calif. (Photo by mlaaker via Flickr Commons)
  • 10th Worst - San Bernardino, Calif. (Photo by Jimmy Emerson via Flickr Commons)
  • 2nd Worst - Hialeah, Fla. (Photo by Phillip via Flickr Commons)
  • 5th Worst - Fresno, Calif. (Photo by Great Valley Center via Flickr Commons)
  • 4th Worst - Cleveland, Ohio (Photo by Ann Althouse via Flickr Commons)
  • 3rd Worst - North Las Vegas, Nev. (Photo by Andrew via Flickr Commons)
  • 8th Best - Austin, Tex. (Photo by Mark Norman Francis via Flickr Commons)
  • 7th Best - Seattle, Wash. (Photo by David Herrera via Flickr Commons)
  • 6th Best - Scottsdale, Ariz. (Photo by Dave Risney via Flickr Commons)
  • 9th Best - Chesapeake, Virginia (Photo by U.S. Army Corps. via Flickr Commons)
  • 5th Best - Virginia Beach, Va. (Photo by SathishJ via Flickr Commons)
  • 3rd Best - Plano, Texas (Photo by Matt Hollingsworth via Flickr Commons)
  • 2nd Best - Fremont, Calif. (Photo by Josh Mazgelis via Flickr Commons)
  • Best - Irvine, Calif. (Photo by Leticia Pires via Flickr Commons)
  • 4th Best - Lincoln, Nebraska (Photo by Nicolas Henderson via Flickr Commons)
  • Worst - Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Photo by Matt Johnson via Flickr Commons)
    
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In order to determine the performance of the nation's largest cities, website 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 100 largest U.S. cities by population and considered a variety of factors, including the area's economy, job market, crime level, and welfare of the population. See the full analysis here: http://bit.ly/1i25kLj.

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