: views from the Hill

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

San Francisco -- fifth most literate city in the US of A

USA Today's new survey shows San Francisco as the nation's fifth most literate city behind Seattle, Minneapolis, Washington, DC, and Atlanta.

"America's Most Literate Cities 2005, a ranking based on the culture and resources for reading in the 69 largest U.S. cities, aims to rate cities not on whether their citizens can read, but whether they do."

The study is posted online.

[via slushpile.net]

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