2. Washington, D.C.
After four consecutive years at the top spot, the District of Columbia slipped to No. 2 in the most recent rankings. They were beat out by the following city...
3. Seattle, Washington
1. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis returned to the No. 1 ranking after topping the study in 2007 and 2008, and it has remained in the top three since the first Most Literate Cities study was reported in 2003.
5. Atlanta, Georgia
9. Boston, Massachusetts
6. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
12. Cincinnati, Ohio
10. St. Louis, Missouri
8. San Francisco, California
7. Denver, Colorado
11. Portland, OR
12. St. Paul, MN
17. Cleveland, Ohio
14. Kansas City, Missouri
15. Oakland, CA
16. Raleigh, NC
19. New Orleans
15. Baltimore, Maryland
19. Virginia Beach, Virginia
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