Don't worry, Colorado isn't on the list. A recent study by the Central Connecticut State University examined the big cities around the country to see which states used their smarts with what they were given in their area, such as bookstores, newspaper subscriptions, the library system and more. The "smartest" city in the country is Washington, D.C.

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THE TOP 5 DUMBEST CITIES:

  • Bakersfield, Ca: 20.5% of population has a college degree, Only 10 per 100 people have a newspaper subscription and the median income is $54k
  • Corpus Christie, Tx: 12.4 of everyone has a newspaper subscription, 19.8% havev a college degree and the median income is $49k
  • Stockton, Ca: 9.4 out of 100 have a newspaper subscription, 17.9% have a college degree and the median income is $43k
  • El Paso, Tx: at the 15th lowest, El Paso has a newspaper subscription rate of 10.8 out of 100, 24.3% have a college degree and the median income is $41k
  • San Antonio, Tx: 9.4 out of 100 have a newspaper subscription, 24.3% have a college degree and the median income is $46k