'Most American city' study: Nashville tops the list

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Nothing Says 'Merica Like Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee, has been dubbed the most American city in the United States. Yeehaw!

This is all according to personal finance website WalletHub. It examined "various demographical stats for 366 of the largest metropolitan areas in the U.S." We mentioned Nashville nabbed the top spot.

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'Most American city' study: Nashville tops the list
No. 25: Little Rock, AR
No. 24: Tucson, AZ
No. 23: Kansas City, MO
No. 22: New Orleans, LA
No. 21: St. Louis, MO
No. 20: Columbia, SC
No. 19: Baton Rouge, LA
No. 18: Tulsa, Oklahoma
No. 17: Lexington, KY
No. 16: Louisville, KY
No. 15: Columbus, OH
No. 14: Charlotte, NC
No. 13: Orlando, FL
No. 12: Greensboro, NC
No. 11: Birmingham, AL
No. 10: Winston, NC
No. 9: Albuquerque, NM
No. 8: Phoenix, AZ
No. 7: Oklahoma, OK
No. 6: Greenville, SC
No.5: Jacksonville, FL
No. 4: Charleston, SC
No. 3: Indianapolis, IN
No. 2: Cincinnati, OH
No. 1: Nashville, TN

It's followed by Cincinnati, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana. In dead last were Boulder, Colorado, and McAllen, Texas. Ouch.

Most American Cities
1. Nashville, TN
2. Cincinnati, OH
3. Indianapolis, IN
4. Charleston, SC
5. Jacksonville, FL
6. Greenville, SC
7. Oklahoma, OK
8. Phoenix, AZ
9. Albuquerque, NM
10.Winston, NC

And at the bottom of the list ...
356. Ithaca, NY
357. El Centro, CA
358. Barnstable, MA
359. Laredo, TX
360. Johnstown, PA
361. Ames, IA
362. Yuma, AZ
363. Brownsville, TX
364. Altoona, PA
365. Boulder, CO
366. McAllen, TX

WalletHub looked at factors such as age, home prices and education levels. And Nashville is takin' on those bragging rights with pride.

Nashville is one of the older cities in America, as it was founded in 1779.

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