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America’s Top 10 Cities with highest poverty rate

December 18, 2009
Detroit, 1st on the poverty rate list, hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1961.

Buffalo, 2nd, hasn’t elected one since 1954.

Cincinnati, 3rd, hasn’t elected…since 1984

Cleveland, 4th…since 1989.

Miami, 5th, has never had a Republican mayor.

St. Louis, 6th, since 1949.

El Paso, 7th, has never had a Republican mayor.

Milwaukee, 8th, since 1952.

Philadelplhia, 9th, since 1952.

Newark, 10th, since 1907.

clipped from etherzone.com

1. Detroit, Michigan – 32.5 percent
2. Buffalo, New York – 29.9 percent
3. Cincinnati, Ohio – 27.8 percent
4. Cleveland, Ohio – 27 percent
5. Miami, Florida – 26.9 percent
6. St. Louis, Missouri – 26.8 percent
7. El Paso, Texas – 26.4 percent
8. Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 26.2 percent
9 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 25.1 percent
10. Newark, New Jersey – 24.2 percent

Detroit, 1st on the poverty rate list, hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1961.

Buffalo, 2nd, hasn’t elected one since 1954.

Cincinnati, 3rd, hasn’t elected…since 1984

Cleveland, 4th…since 1989.

Miami, 5th, has never had a Republican mayor.

St. Louis, 6th, since 1949.

El Paso, 7th, has never had a Republican mayor.

Milwaukee, 8th, since 1952.

Philadelplhia, 9th, since 1952.

Newark, 10th, since 1907.

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