With immigration policy remaining a hot-button issue in 2018’s political landscape, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Most Diverse Cities in America.
To determine the places in the U.S. with the most mixed demographics, WalletHub compared the profiles of more than 500 of the largest cities across five major diversity categories: socioeconomic, cultural, economic, household and religious.
|Most Diverse Cities||Least Diverse Cities|
|1||Jersey City, NJ||492||Huntington, WV|
|2||Houston, TX||493||Morgantown, WV|
|3||New York, NY||494||Lewiston, ID|
|4||Silver Spring, MD||495||Kalispell, MT|
|5||Dallas, TX||496||Barre, VT|
|6||Gaithersburg, MD||497||Keene, NH|
|7||Los Angeles, CA||498||Rochester, NH|
|8||Germantown, MD||499||Orem, UT|
|9||Long Beach, CA||500||Provo, UT|
|10||Arlington, TX||501||Bangor, ME|
- Badger, Alaska, has the highest income diversity, which is 2.7 times higher than in Youngstown, Ohio, the city with the lowest.
- Oakland, Calif., has the highest racial and ethnic diversity, which is four times higher than in Hialeah, Fla., the city with the lowest.
- Thornton, Colo., has the highest industry diversity, which is 2.7 times higher than in Ann Arbor, Mich., the city with the lowest.
- Hobbs, N.M. has the highest occupational diversity, which is 2.6 times higher than in Cambridge, Mass., the city with the lowest.
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