Everyone has pride
Forbes recently conducted a study of the 20 largest cities in the United States and determined how clean each of them were. They then put them in order in one handy-dandy chart for us to see. Take a look:
It's hard to believe New York isn't in
Minneapolis, of course, wins first prize, making it the 1078th study that proves Minneapolis is better than all other cities and yet no one actually wants to live there. Also a little surprised to not see Portland higher. You'd think they'd be all-in on recycling and green initiatives to keep the city clean, but I guess all those hipsters smoking outside their favorite used book store is ruining that vibe.
Also "dirtiest" must only refer to trash and not the integrity of politicians, otherwise Washington D.C. would be much lower on this list.