St. Louis Ranked In Top 10 Most Literate Cities

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Central Connecticut State University President Jack Miller used data to compares newspaper circulation, bookstores, libraries with other US cities. The results suggest that a city’s quality of literacy go beyond education and wealth. They may have more to do with access to resources. For example Cleveland ranks second lowest in median family income but it ranked at #13. This is because Cleveland has high rankings for its library system, newspaper circulation and magazine subscriptions.

Top Most Literate Cities In The US

  1. Washington, D.C.
  2. Seattle
  3. Minneapolis
  4. Atlanta
  5. Boston
  6. Pittsburgh
  7. Cincinnati
  8. St. Louis
  9. San Francisco
  10. Denver

More info:CCSU.edu via USA Today

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