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No. 1 New York City

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The Big Apple reclaims its
heavyweight title in hostility, a dubious honor it last held in 2009—and a
reputation it has had for much longer (“You talkin’ to me?”). Besides its fast
pace, New York City is also No. 1 for diversity.
As a result, you might encounter unfamiliar mannerisms that aren’t meant to be
mean but come across that way. Deep down, voters probably love New York for its
flamboyant, bird-flipping spirit. After all, it’s also the No. 1 city for great
theater
.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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No. 1 New York City

The Big Apple reclaims its
heavyweight title in hostility, a dubious honor it last held in 2009—and a
reputation it has had for much longer (“You talkin’ to me?”). Besides its fast
pace, New York City is also No. 1 for diversity.
As a result, you might encounter unfamiliar mannerisms that aren’t meant to be
mean but come across that way. Deep down, voters probably love New York for its
flamboyant, bird-flipping spirit. After all, it’s also the No. 1 city for great
theater
.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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America's Rudest Cities

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