3 Ohioans join list of Top 25 bad­dest Amer­i­can cities

The Columbus Dispatch - - Births Red Cross - By Max Filby

Las Ve­gas may be Ne­vada’s Sin City, but Cincin­nati is Ohio’s.

A list of Amer­ica’s “most sin­ful” cities, de­vel­oped by per­sonal fi­nance web­site Wal­letHub, shows Ohio is home two three of the top 25 in the coun­try, and an­other two in Ohio made the top 50.

To cal­cu­late the list of sin­ful cities, Wal­letHub con­sid­ered a num­ber of fac­tors in­clud­ing but not lim­ited to the num­ber of casi­nos per capita, drug over­dose deaths, debt and adult en­ter­tain­ment venues per capita.

Cincin­nati was ranked 12th-most sin­ful city in the na­tion, right be­hind Rich­mond, Vir­ginia, at No. 11 and im­me­di­ately be­fore Charleston, West Vir­ginia, at No. 13, ac­cord­ing to Wal­letHub. Las Ve­gas took the No. 1 spot while Or­lando came in at No. 2 and Mi­ami ranked No. 3.

Ohio’s sec­ond-most sin­ful city is Cleve­land, which was ranked 18th na­tion­ally. Toledo came in third in the state and ranked 22nd na­tion­ally, ac­cord­ing to Wal­letHub.

Colum­bus came in fur­ther down at 36th na­tion­ally, while Akron was 38th, mak­ing it the least sin­ful of the five Ohio cities that made the list.

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