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The most segregated metropolitan areas of the country are not in the South

The most segregated metropolitan areas of the country are not in the South The most segregated metropolitan areas of the country are not in the South

The most segregated metropolitan areas of the country are not in the South, but in liberal northern cities or in places like Miami where many New Yorkers have located. NYC is the third most segregated metro area in the nation. Here they are in order.

Detroit, Milwaukee, New York, Newark, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, Cleveland, St. Louis, Nassau-Suffolk, NY, Boston, Cincinnati, Birmingham, Los Angeles,  Indianapolis, Baltimore, Washington, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Houston, Columbus

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