The Most Literate Cities in the U.S.

Minneapolis Ousts Seattle as Most Literate City

The folks at The Seattle Times are lamenting their city’s fall from the top spot of the annual list of most literate cities in the U.S.

The rankings, originated and authored by CCSU’s [Central Connecticut State University] president John W. Miller, compare the country’s 69 biggest cities in terms of libraries, bookstores, educational levels, newspaper readership, locally published magazines and Internet resources.

The article lists the top 10 most literate cities. Notables that didn’t make the top 10 include Baltimore, New York, and Los Angeles.