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Where are America's Worst Drivers?

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You clicked on this headline because you already knew which city has the worst drivers, right?  Go on, share your opinion. (Even though we know you’re going to say Boston, you should tell us anyhow.) Our annual America’s Favorite Cities poll is officially open and now’s the time for you to speak up about the cities with the worst drivers, the most rabid sports fans, the most outlandish people-watching, and more.

Thirty-five U.S. cities are just waiting to be rated on their food scene, their weather, how expensive and clean and safe they are—all those characteristics that can really make or break a visit. 

Last year, in a surprise upset, Charleston snatched Miami’s long-standing first place prize for most attractive people, but Philadelphia gratefully allowed Memphis to take last place.  NYC came in dead last as a destination for peace and quiet (Yeah? So what?), while both visitors and residents ranked Santa Fe number one for its blissed-out atmosphere.

Whether peace and quiet or attractive locals or great coffee or pet-friendliness is important to you in a place, at the very least you know what you like.  Head over to the survey and rate the cities you love (and loathe).   When you finish, enter for a chance to win a $25,000 Dream of a Lifetime trip.

Ann Shields is Online Senior Editor at Travel + Leisure.

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