Hartford, Waterbury Among ‘Worst Cities in America’: Report

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1. Detroit, Michigan. Population: 677,124. Median home value: $42,600. Poverty rate: 39.8%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 14.2%
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2. Birmingham, Alabama. Population: 214,911. Median home value: $93,000. Poverty rate: 29.2%. Percent. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.3%
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3. Flint, Michigan. Population: 98,297. Median home value: $25,900. Poverty rate: 40.8%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 11.8%
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4. St. Louis, Missouri. Population: 315,685. Median home value: $130,800. Poverty rate: 24.9%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 34.7%
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5. Memphis, Tennessee. Population: 655,760. Median home value: $94,400. Poverty rate: 26.2%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 24.9%
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6. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Population: 600,154. Median home value: $114,000. Poverty rate: 26.8%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.9%
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7. Albany, Georgia. Population: 71,109. Median home value: $92,600. Poverty rate: 32.0%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 19.0%
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8. Hartford, Connecticut. Population: 124,014. Median home value: $159,200. Poverty rate: 28.3%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.9%
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9. Merced, California. Population: 82,440. Median home value: $204,400. Poverty rate: 35.1%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 19.5%
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10. Wilmington, Delaware. Population: 71,957. Median home value: $160,300. Poverty rate: 26.0%. Percent with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.4%
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