50 biggest U.S. cities ranked by the geographic diversity of their populations

50 biggest US cities ranked by the geographic diversity of their populations

Among the 50 biggest U.S. cities, Seattle ranks No. 3 on the “geographic diversity index” with a score of 79.3 Here’s what that means:

If you were to compare any two Seattleites at random, there’s about a 79 percent chance they were born in different areas of the country or the world.

The two cities ranked ahead of us are Las Vegas, followed by Colorado Springs, Colo.

Via seattletimes.com
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