Study: Hoosier City Bleeds the Most Red, White and Blue

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Indiana city takes top slot in most American cities list.

Which U.S. cities bleed the most red, white and blue? To find out, the personal finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at ‘2015’s Metro Areas That Most and Least Resemble the U.S.’

To determine which metro areas most or least mirror national standards, WalletHub says they examined various demographical statistics for 381 of the largest U.S. metro areas. 
The data set they came up with includes 23 key metrics, such as age, gender and income as well as household makeup and housing tenure.
Metro Areas That Most Resemble the U.S.
1. Indianapolis, IN
2. Cincinnati, OH
3. Charleston, SC
4. Nashville, TN
5. Jacksonville, FL
6. Charlotte, NC
7. Oklahoma City, OK
8. St. Louis, MO
9. Greensboro, NC
10. Phoenix, AZ

Metro Areas That Least Resemble the U.S.

372. Altoona, PA
373. Boulder, CO
374. Beckley, WV
375. Barnstable, MA
376. Provo, UT
377. Ames, IA
378. Lake Havasu City, AZ
379. Brownsville, TX
380. The Villages, FL
381. McAllen, TX

FOr more information on how WalletHub determined the numbers and to see the full list, click here.

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