St. Louis: Nation's 5th Most-Stressful City

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Shh. Don't tell Corle 2 Da.
Another week another survey ranking the livability of the nation's cities. This one from Portfolio.com that's out with a new poll of America's most stressful cities.

Coming in at No. 5 is St. Louis with a stress index of 4.737. The most stressful city? Detroit. (They always rank No. 1 in these kinds of polls.)

The survey looked at a number of factors, including unemployment, days of sunshine, deaths from heart attack and stroke, murders, robberies and per capital income. Rounding out the Top 5 most stressful cities were: St. Louis; Riverside, California; Cleveland; Los Angeles and Detroit.

And the five least stressful cities? Austin, Raleigh, Minneapolis, Norfolk and Salt Lake City.

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