The top worst cities to drive in the United States are all run by Democratic mayors.
Throughout 2022, travel through big American cities got slower, MarketWatch reported.
The top five in that category include:
New York, Washington, D.C.
Boston and Chicago
All the above cities are run by Democratic mayors.
As fox News reported:
The data comes from navigation giant TomTom, which has a creative way of measuring traffic misery. TomTom tracks how long it takes the average driver to travel about six miles in every major city worldwide.
TomTom published its 2022 Traffic Index late last week, putting numbers to behind-the-wheel suffering in 389 cities worldwide. The numbers include 80 American cities.
Seven had faster commutes in 2022 than in 2021, while 11 saw no change.
The rest of them, though, spent more time in traffic. In Washington, D.C., and Indianapolis, drivers spent an extra minute and a half every 6.2 miles.
The report notes a recent survey from Kastle Systems, the company that secures more office buildings than any other in America, which found that America’s offices are more than half-full for the first time since 2020.
It’s not just driving problems in Democrat run cities, its dirt.
Last month, The Daily Fetched reported the top filthiest cities in America are run by Democrat mayors,
This shouldn’t be a surprise.
A survey comprised by outdoor company LawnStarter analyzed 152 of the largest cities across the United States for living conditions, infrastructure, consumer satisfaction, and pollution.
The survey found Houston, Texas, secured the number 1 spot for the dirtiest city – this was followed by the following:
Jersey City, New Jersey
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They ruin everything that they gain influence on.
I can remember when my democrat-controlled city was an absolute pleasure to live in. Then something happened around the ’70’s.
Houston is far from the dirtiest city, but it isn’t clean. Go to Camden or Trenton, New Jersey for two examples.