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Naperville reacts to ranking on ‘snobbiest’ cities list

If you were online and in Naperville yesterday you likely saw real estate blog Movoto’s ranking of the snobbiest mid-sized cities in America, which placed Naperville fourth. Throughout the day, social media overflowed with opinions about Movoto’s ranking, which were all over the map from…

the sensible…

to the thoroughly annoyed…

to the unsurprised…

to the confused…

to the elated…

to the sarcastic (we think)…

to the amused…

to the ready to party.

Although there was a wide range of reactions to Naperville being named the fourth snobbiest city, the one thing we can all agree on is at least we’re not in California, who had six cities on the list!

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2 Comments

  • Chris Myers

    Plus, Naperville doesn't have a thrash rock scene

    2014-07-01 00:44:01 | Reply
  • Carole Johnson

    I lived in Naperville from 1972-1995, and found Naperville to be the best place to raise 2 kids. It was a sleepy town when I first moved there, but grew quite a bit from around 1985 and on. I now live in Weeki Wachee, FL and every time I go back north, I'm shocked at how much growth has gone on. To me Naperville comes across as "a snob", because they have a top notch library system, school system, and a local government that works better then a lot of towns.

    2014-06-21 10:36:24 | Reply
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