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Newark and Oakland top list of unfriendliest cities in US


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Most readers agreed that “Oakland has an image problem and a split personality. Some areas are charming while others are so unsafe travelers wouldn’t dare stop,” according to one reader. Other readers noted that Oakland has been “growing very hip in the last years” but some commented that it is “unfriendly,” “another big, dirty city,” and urge “don’t stay too long.”

Californians with an East Coast inferiority complex can at least take comfort that Anaheim (also called “dirty” and “rough”) and Sacramento (“a bit dingy” and “not very classy”) placed No. 9 and 10, respectively, on the unfriendliest cities list. With Oakland and L.A. at No. 2 and 6, that’s a respectable showing against the Eastern Seaboard, which boasts New Haven, Conn., Atlantic City, N.J., Albany, N.Y., and Wilmington, Del., as the respectively third, fifth, seventh and eighth unfriendliest cities. (The only city in the Top 10 not from the Golden State or New England/Mid-Atlantic states was Detroit. Who knew there were enough people left there to be unfriendly to travelers?)








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MSTiger33
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re: Newark and Oakland top list of unfriendliest cities in US


I work in Newark and was engaged to a girl from Wilmington DE. frick both of those places.





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CP3LSU25
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re: Newark and Oakland top list of unfriendliest cities in US


nuck em





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