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Sep 04 2014

Amazing Correlation of America’s Snobbiest and Most Liberal Cities

Liberalism is an alliance of elitist oligarchs and the herd of lazy cretins to whom they promise other people’s money against the middle class. Consequently, there are two types of typical moonbat. One is likely to eat mashed potatoes with his hands. The other is a snooty, overeducated (i.e., brainwashed) weenie of the kind that populates the media and the federal government. This could help explain why the country’s most liberal cities are also its snobbiest:

The nation’s capital ranks second in a list of “The 10 Snobbiest Cities In America,” according to rankings from Movoto. Only San Francisco prevented Washington from claiming the title of the U.S.’s snobbiest city.

“Filled with politicians and some of the most educated people in the country, it’s no wonder our nation’s capital has become a bit snobby,” Movoto says about D.C.

Ironically, DC is infamous for having the worst public schools in the country. The educated people either went to private schools or came from elsewhere so as to rule over the little folks. These people were unfortunately educated in the worst possible way.

The list:

1. San Francisco, CA
2. Washington, D.C.
3. Seattle, WA
4. Scottsdale, AZ
5. Oakland, CA
6. Portland, OR
7. Irvine, CA (tie)
7. Honolulu, HI (tie)
9. Madison, WI
10. Atlanta, GA

Unless Irvine is unusually conservative for a college town, Scottsdale is the only city on there that isn’t festering with moonbats.

Notice the correlation with this graphic, which lists cities on the conservative–liberal spectrum (click for full size):

conservative-liberal-cities

Since Scottsdale is an outlier on the snobbery list and isn’t included on the conservative–liberal list because the population is under a quarter million, let’s throw it out. Now the four snobbiest cities are:

1. San Francisco, CA
2. Washington, DC
3. Seattle, WA
4. Oakland, CA

The four most liberal cities are:

1. San Francisco, CA
2. Washington, DC
3. Seattle, WA
4. Oakland, CA

Some coincidence.

On tips from Bodhisattva and Petterssonp.



  • DinaRehn

    Gallup Daily: Obama Job Approval
    38% Approve
    54% Disapprove
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/113980/Gallup-Daily-Obama-Job-Approval.aspx

  • $59154503

    Gallup Daily: Obama Job Approval
    38% Approve
    54% Disapprove
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/113980/Gallup-Daily-Obama-Job-Approval.aspx

  • Appalled By The World

    That 38 percent needs to be deported to an area controlled by ISIS. They’re the only ones who could cure that illness.

  • Appalled By The World

    That 38 percent needs to be deported to an area controlled by ISIS. They’re the only ones who could cure that illness.

  • Appalled By The World

    Gee, I wonder what the crime rates are in those top 4 cities?

  • Appalled By The World

    Gee, I wonder what the crime rates are in those top 4 cities?

  • MicahStone

    —and they ALL have THE LOOK…

  • MicahStone

    —and they ALL have THE LOOK…

  • 762×51

    Either way, you can’t fix stupid.

    54% Disapprove
    38% Approve

    Meaning that fully 8% of the population is to stupid or too blind or too cowardly to admit that President Cockroach is a complete failure.

  • 762×51

    Either way, you can’t fix stupid.

    54% Disapprove
    38% Approve

    Meaning that fully 8% of the population is to stupid or too blind or too cowardly to admit that President Cockroach is a complete failure.

  • 762×51

    If by snobby you mean A-holes, I agree.

    If I had an air force, it would look a lot like my target list.

  • 762×51

    If by snobby you mean A-holes, I agree.

    If I had an air force, it would look a lot like my target list.

  • DinaRehn

    We were warned about those kinds of people:

    “When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.” Benjamin Franklin

    ”The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money”. Alexis de Tocqueville

  • $59154503

    We were warned about those kinds of people:

    “When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.” Benjamin Franklin

    ”The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money”. Alexis de Tocqueville

  • Pork_Soda

    Well at least I’m downgrading my snob location from #1 to #6 in about a week.

  • Pork_Soda

    Well at least I’m downgrading my snob location from #1 to #6 in about a week.

  • Jim

    In California, democrat politicians lie, cheat, steal and hid behind the veil of being “non-partisan”.

  • Jim

    In California, democrat politicians lie, cheat, steal and hid behind the veil of being “non-partisan”.

  • Pork_Soda

    Oh and The San Francisco Comicle’s piece on city rankings based on political spectrums. Notice how the treat the last 2 entries. SF snobs!

    http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/American-cities-ranked-by-political-ideology-5686245.php#photo-6532755

  • Pork_Soda

    Oh and The San Francisco Comicle’s piece on city rankings based on political spectrums. Notice how they treat the last 2 entries. SF snobs!

    http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/American-cities-ranked-by-political-ideology-5686245.php#photo-6532755

  • Grumpy Cat

    The 38% are also still waiting for their mortgage to be paid.

  • Grumpy Cat

    The 38% are also still waiting for their mortgage to be paid.

  • whotothewhat

    Well, I am not overly surprised Madison a city I work in currently and have spent much time hanging around in over years is ranked 9 on the list. But I will say most the people here while they can be annoying sometimes smelly and particularly unhinged during the attempted Walker recall have not been overly snobby maybe some Prof on the UW Campus can be a insufferable ass most people I have run into around here at least have been polite. But I am surprised Chicago is not on the top ten list, living in WI I have run into more snobs from Chicago then anywhere else.

  • whotothewhat

    Well, I am not overly surprised Madison a city I work in currently and have spent much time hanging around in over years is ranked 9 on the list. But I will say most the people here while they can be annoying sometimes smelly and particularly unhinged during the attempted Walker recall have not been overly snobby maybe some Prof on the UW Campus can be a insufferable ass most people I have run into around here at least have been polite. But I am surprised Chicago is not on the top ten list, living in WI I have run into more snobs from Chicago then anywhere else.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Conservatives tend not to live in cities; particularly big cities. Conservatives like to know their neighbors. They like to cut the lawn and raise some tomatoes. Attending the opera or museum generally are a ways down on their “to do” list. They generally have other things that need to be done….like tending the grandkids, taking the scouts on a camp-out. Sometimes they walk around the neighborhood, talking to people.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Conservatives tend not to live in cities; particularly big cities. Conservatives like to know their neighbors. They like to cut the lawn and raise some tomatoes. Attending the opera or museum generally are a ways down on their “to do” list. They generally have other things that need to be done….like tending the grandkids, taking the scouts on a camp-out. Sometimes they walk around the neighborhood, talking to people.

  • Tsquare

    Atlanta made the list because of the “Yes we can ” self-righteous attitude that materialized 6 years ago with a certain ethnic group.

  • Tsquare

    Atlanta made the list because of the “Yes we can ” self-righteous attitude that materialized 6 years ago with a certain ethnic group.

  • Jim

    San Francisco is a city of derelicts run by derelicts. If you can avoid going there, I strongly recommend that you do so. What people don’t realize is that there has been a steady outflow of people that lived there. An example is the Chinese population that realized there was animosity between them and a lot of other San Francisco types, so the Chinese moved to cities in other counties, Santa Clara County for one. The 49ers are another example. San Francisco has little left to enjoy and what there is has left. So go elsewhere.

  • Jim

    San Francisco is a city of derelicts run by derelicts. If you can avoid going there, I strongly recommend that you do so. What people don’t realize is that there has been a steady outflow of people that lived there. An example is the Chinese population that realized there was animosity between them and a lot of other San Francisco types, so the Chinese moved to cities in other counties, Santa Clara County for one. The 49ers are another example. San Francisco has little left to enjoy and what there is has left. So go elsewhere.

  • Nobama

    It just proves what I’ve known for years; that is, liberals are the most selfish, hateful, mean-spirited people out there…ironically the very things that they constantly accuse conservatives of being.

  • Come&TakeIt

    It just proves what I’ve known for years; that is, liberals are the most selfish, hateful, mean-spirited people out there…ironically the very things that they constantly accuse conservatives of being.

  • Tchhht!!!

    Here in the People’s Republic of Seattle we hear a fair amount of talk about “The Seattle Freeze”. This usually comes from people who have just moved here and can’t understand why Seattlites are so unfriendly. Well, I think it comes naturally to the mentally disturbed who beliveve liberal idology but can’t make a cogent argument for it because there is none. They tend to get huffy if you call them on their baloney and I rarely miss an opportunity to do so. I was having a cocktail in a downtown bar one afternoon while waiting for my wife when one of these liberal bimbos sat down next to me. She immediately started spouting off about her liberalism. I wasn’t in the mood to listen to a bunch of crap so, before she got too engrossed, i said “Oh my God, I’m so sorry. Are you seeing anyone for that?”.

  • Tchhht!!!

    Here in the People’s Republic of Seattle we hear a fair amount of talk about “The Seattle Freeze”. This usually comes from people who have just moved here and can’t understand why Seattlites are so unfriendly. Well, I think it comes naturally to the mentally disturbed who beliveve liberal idology but can’t make a cogent argument for it because there is none. They tend to get huffy if you call them on their baloney and I rarely miss an opportunity to do so. I was having a cocktail in a downtown bar one afternoon while waiting for my wife when one of these liberal bimbos sat down next to me. She immediately started spouting off about her liberalism. I wasn’t in the mood to listen to a bunch of crap so, before she got too engrossed, i said “Oh my God, I’m so sorry. Are you seeing anyone for that?”. Zip, zing, she was gone in a heartbeat. No sense of humor.

  • Wilberforce

    “The Seattle Freeze” I finally have a phrase for it! I lived there a few years back and experienced exactly that phenomenon. Being a conservative transplant from Iowa ( a state widely known for its friendly and outgoing people). I couldn’t for the life of me figure out what I was doing wrong, but you’ve just solved it for me. 🙂

    Looks like there’s even a WIkipedia entry for just this term:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle_Freeze

  • Wilberforce

    “The Seattle Freeze” I finally have a phrase for it! I lived there a few years back and experienced exactly that phenomenon. Being a conservative transplant from Iowa (a state widely known for its friendly and outgoing people), I couldn’t for the life of me figure out what I was doing wrong, but you’ve just solved it for me. 🙂

    Looks like there’s even a WIkipedia entry for just this term:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle_Freeze

  • Tchhht!!!

    Happy to be of assistance. : )

  • Tchhht!!!

    Happy to be of assistance. : )

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  • PicoFF

    I see SanFran at the far left of the horizontal scale but I don’t see any city beyond the 0.5 positive (conservative) scale. I really need somebody to explain the scale. To me, it looks like cities >250,000 in population are overwhelmingly liberal.

  • PicoFF

    I see SanFran at the far left of the horizontal scale but I don’t see any city beyond the 0.5 positive (conservative) scale. I really need somebody to explain the scale. To me, it looks like cities >250,000 in population are overwhelmingly liberal.

  • Silverlady

    The Gimmees will always approve & love him. if those 2 got caught in a rainstorm, preferably a frog-swamper, they would drown. We can always wish, can’t we?

  • Silverlady

    The Gimmees will always approve & love him. if those 2 got caught in a rainstorm, preferably a frog-swamper, they would drown. We can always wish, can’t we?

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