View Poll Results: Which do you think is an appropriate American model city?

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  • San Francisco

    2 4.00%
  • Nashville

    3 6.00%
  • Chicago

    6 12.00%
  • Los Angeles

    4 8.00%
  • Dallas

    2 4.00%
  • New York City

    10 20.00%
  • Minneapolis

    2 4.00%
  • Houston

    2 4.00%
  • Jacksonville

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  • Other (specify...)

    19 38.00%
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    I voted Nashville. Although I admit my vote was biased because I live here I do think it would make a good American model city. Many genres of music make their home in Nashville. Music is a major part of culture and country.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Asheville NC is just about right.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Another great small city is Wenatchee WA. It's awesome. Skiing an easy 15 minutes from town, 4 seasons without too much snow, another great ski area an hour away, 2 hrs from a major metropolitan area, recreational opportunities up the ying yang, surrounded by orchards, and one of the few real bagel places in the State of Washington. Jeepers it's Bagels!

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    When China, Japan, et al, decide to quit backing the USA govenment spending binge, the typical USA community will look like LickSkillet, Mo

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Jacksonville in what state?


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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie View Post
    Jacksonville in what state?
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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    Asheville NC is just about right.
    My parents are in the process of moving up there and so far my dad says he really likes it.

    On topic though I would say either New York or Boston. I would say Boston first, because we have a lot of American history up here. We have a lot of different cultures and different places to eat. Plus we have pretty kick ass sport teams.

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    I vote "not Houston".

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    Re: Which do you think is an appropriate American "model city?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom View Post
    Which city in America do you think should be the model city?

    I say either San Fransisco or Los Angeles.
    Other. I pick my hometown Tulsa. It has a population of 385,635, 182.7 square miles of land, not that bad of a crime rate, the cost of living is not absurd like New York or LA and homes are cheap.
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