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Safest and most dangerous cities
The following are the safest and most dangerous cities with populations over 75,000, according to Morgan Quitno Press.

Safest Cities:
1. Newton, Mass.
2. Clarkstown, N.Y.
3. Amherst, N.Y.
4. Mission Viejo, Calif.
5. Brick Township, N.J.
6. Troy, Mich.
7. Thousand Oaks, Calif.
8. Round Rock, Texas
9. Lake Forest, Calif.
10. Cary, N.C.
11. Colonie, N.Y.
12. Fargo, N.D.
13. Irvine, Calif.
14. Orem, Utah
15. Dover Township, N.J.
16. Warwick, R.I.
17. Sunnyvale, Calif.
18. Hamilton Township, N.J.
19. Parma, Ohio
20. Greece, N.Y.

Most Dangerous Cities:
1. Camden, N.J.
2. Detroit, MI
3. St. Louis
4. Flint, Mich.
5. Richmond, Va.
6. Baltimore
7. Atlanta
8. New Orleans
9. Gary, Ind.
10. Birmingham, Ala.
11. Richmond, Calif.
12. Cleveland, Ohio
13. Washington
14. West Palm Beach, Fla.
15. Compton, Calif.
16. Memphis, Tenn.
17. Dayton, Ohio
18. San Bernadino, Calif.
19. Springfield, Mass.
20. Cincinnati, Ohio




I think its kinda funny that Troy is halfway between #2 and #4 and it considered safe. seriously it is but its still funny!




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Calif and Ohio have the most dangerous cities. (3 each) According to the list.

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And you wonder why your parents left the rust belt for the sun belt??
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Calif and Ohio have the most dangerous cities. (3 each) According to the list.

Yep, they truly are the armpit and the a**hole of America Ohio is the armpit, thats bad to live in or near, but better than all that crap that comes out of the a-hole of Cali

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I've been to Newton, MA (1st safest) and Springfield, MA (19th most dangerous) and I agree. Newton is very peaceful and Springfield is an easy place to get in a fight or die. There was this alley way next to a bar that was completely empty and there was this fat irish dude standing around the entrance with these two decent looking broads. i started to walk down there and he stopped me. Long story short...I'm pretty sure the Irish mob was out that night. He threatened to beat my head in. So yeah, i didn't go down the alley.
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Yep, they truly are the armpit and the a**hole of America Ohio is the armpit, thats bad to live in or near, but better than all that crap that comes out of the a-hole of Cali
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been to San Bernadino and Compton. I will agree with their choices...
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Safest and most dangerous cities
The following are the safest and most dangerous cities with populations over 75,000, according to Morgan Quitno Press.

Safest Cities:
4. Mission Viejo, Calif.
9. Lake Forest, Calif.
13. Irvine, Calif.
I believe it.... I grew up right over the hill from those cities...... Irvine and Mission Viejo are quite nice (and yes, very safe-feeling and family oriented).

I was surprised that Columbia, SC wasn't on the most dangerous list... Sheesh, I was more scared in some areas of that city than I EVER was in Atlanta.
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I was surprised that Columbia, SC wasn't on the most dangerous list... Sheesh, I was more scared in some areas of that city than I EVER was in Atlanta.
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I also think Flint MI should be above Detroit MI... I mean yeah Det has its bad parts, but does Flint have a good spot?

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Heck no Flint is WAY better than D-town!! WAY BETTER!! Just go to downtown of both and its very obvious!




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