Forbes: Miami Is The Most Miserable U.S. City

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MIAMI, Feb. 3 (UPI) — Forbes magazine has named Miami the most miserable city in the United States by analyzing factors including crime and unemployment.

The magazine said it considered factors including violent crime, unemployment rates, foreclosures, taxes, home prices, political corruption, commute times, weather and performance of local sports teams to determine Miami is the most miserable city in the United States.

“While sports, commuting and weather can be considered trivial by many, they can be the determining factor in the level of misery for a significant number of people,” the magazine said.

Miami was followed on the list by Detroit; Flint, Mich.; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Sacramento; Chicago; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Toledo, Ohio; Rockford, Ill., and Warren, Mich.

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