A list of the most liveable cities in the US.
The list is curated by Vox, a community of journalists, technologists, and academics who explore the world around us.
This week: the top 10, which is the most populous, and the 10 least populated, and which has the least livable city.1.
Fort Worth, TXThe city is home to more than 1.6 million people, including more than 2.2 million in Fort Worth and its suburbs, which are home to some of the country’s most affluent suburbs.
While most of Fort Worth’s population is made up of residents of the city, there are also residents of nearby Austin and San Antonio.
In Fort Worth itself, the median household income is $83,000, which ranks 10th in the nation.2.
Denver, COThe city of Denver is one of the world’s most diverse, with an estimated 1.2 billion people of many ethnicities and nationalities.
Denver is home for about 70% of the state’s population, making it one of Colorado’s most ethnically diverse cities.
It’s also one of its least ethnically and racially diverse cities, with a white population of 2.7% and a black population of 4.4%.3.
Providence, RIThe state capital is home a diverse population of people of all ages, race, and class, and is home the largest concentration of Black people in the United States.
Providence’s white population is nearly 70%, which is nearly 10 times larger than the city’s Hispanic population.4.
Chicago, ILThe second-largest city in Illinois, the city of Chicago is home almost one-third of the nation’s population and has a population of nearly one-fifth of the total U.S. population.
The city’s median household incomes are $50,000.5.
Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee is home of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and home to the Milwaukee Public Schools.
Its population is more than four times the size of Milwaukee, which has an estimated 3.3 million residents.
It has an unemployment rate of more than 20%.6.
Detroit, MIThe second most populous city in Michigan, Detroit has a white majority, which makes up approximately 1.5 million of the 6.5-million residents.
While Detroit has an employment rate of about 14% and median household earnings are $45,000 below the national average, the rate is nearly 16% higher in the city than the nation as a whole.7.
San Antonio, TXIn San Antonio’s booming downtown area, home to both the Texas Rangers and the National Football League, there is a vibrant Latino community.
The San Antonio Latino Chamber of Commerce has been in operation for over a century, and has more than 6,000 members, making up about 20% of its workforce.8.
Washington, DCThe District of Columbia, which covers Washington, D.C., has one of America’s largest immigrant populations, with roughly 13% of all the population of the District’s population of more a half-million people.
The Hispanic population in the Washington, District is about 2% of total U,S.
Hispanics, but nearly 60% of it is from Mexico.9.
Salt Lake City, UTSalt Lake City is home, and in some ways the second-most populous city of the United State, with about 1.3 billion residents.
The Salt Lake metropolitan area, which includes Salt Lake and Provo, Utah, has about 4,600,000 people.10.
San Diego, CAThe San Diego area is home more than 80% of California’s population.
Its metropolitan area has more residents than the entire state of California combined.
Its median household wealth is $57,000 compared to $50.5 in California.