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I'm puzzled Just moved to California several months ago if California is so rich how come there are so many on welfare? In the state of California they give away welfare like Halloween candy.
San Francisco would be a clear Number One without Oakland's numbers to distort the picture. I don't see how you can compare the two. They're like night and day. Just look at the very high crime figures and poverty figures for Oakland.
There are a lot of much poorer cities than these five.
I think MSN dropped the ball on this one.
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