The website Roadsnacks.net ranked the most redneck cities in Arizona. Here are its rankings:
- Chino Valley
- Apache Junction
- Cave Creek
- New River
Prescott has made the Top 10 list for a variety of reasons: best place to retire, happiest city, most sprawling city, greatest place to live, True Western Towns. But Chino Valley reached a pinnacle, of sorts, when it became the No. 1 Redneck City in Arizona according to Roadsnacks.com.
First of all, Chino Valley’s population makes it a town, not a city. So perhaps the designation as No. 1 Redneck City in Arizona is a misnomer. Same goes for the Town of Dewey-Humboldt, No. 10 on the list.
Roadsnacks.net identified the town in 2015 as the No. 1 Redneck City in Arizona, posting online this disclaimer: “This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out.”
Here are the criteria:
Least amount of high school graduates.
Number of bars per city.
Number of mobile home parks per capita.
Number of tobacco stores per city.
Number of places to get fishing gear.
Number of guns and ammo stores per city.
Walmarts, Bass Pro Shops, and dollar stores nearby.
The study included places within a city’s boundary and within a “short” driving distance, no miles specified.
The study’s criteria elicited this online comment by cipher_sixPhoenix: “Well, I know where I’m going if the zombie apocalypse ever breaks out. These guys will have the guns, the food, and the know-how to survive.”
Roadsnacks.net purports that the Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a redneck as: “A white person who lives in a…
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