Friday, April 20, 2012

Most popular cities

  • Detroits never really been one for popularity contests -- and now it seems weve completely lost the game. A new poll from Public Policy Polling names Detroit Americas least popular city, out of 21 major metropolises.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Seattle and Portland most-popular U.S. cities according to poll (Photo: AP) New research from the firm Public Policy Polling finds that Seattle and Portland are Americas most-favorably viewed cities. Conversely, Detroit is the nations least favorably viewed city.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • According to new stats from Public Policy Polling, Detroit is the least popular of the 21 most important cities in the United States.
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  • Italy and France ranked as two of the most popular international destinations coming in at number five on the list after Maui, New York City, Napa Valley Sonoma and Las Vegas.
  • (Marketwatch)
  • Moreover, our data suggests that dedicated e-readers arent very popular devices anywhere. In the landscape of consumer electronics, e-readers barely register. Lexington, Kentucky is the most e-literate city in America.
  • (Atlantic Online)
  • The survey of 326 retailers from 200 cities showed 53.1 percent of those questioned had branches in the Gulf country, while 56.7 percent had a presence in London. Click here to see our gallery of the worlds most popular retail hubs.
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  • With the European season hitting the home stretch, its understandable if most soccer MLS isnt such a popular media parlor game anymore. Thats because the leagues long-term plan keeps working.
  • (ESPN)
  • The votes are in and London is the most important city in the world — at least, according to the ultra-wealthy.
  • (24/7 Wall St.)
  • With pristine white beaches and a beautiful emerald coast, Panama City Beach is the prime destination for families to gather over summer vacation.
  • (Houston Chronicle)
  • The folks over at GrubHub tallied the restaurants Chicago frequented most for delivery and carryout last week, and found the citys top 10 out of 2,900 available restaurants.
  • (Huffington Post)

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