Monday, July 10, 2017

Kansas City Among The Most Violent 'Worst-Run' Cities In The Nation

When it comes to danger on local streets, this town ranks among the worst according to this update on a controversial ranking. Checkit:

2017's Best- & Worst-Run Cities in America

Using that approach, WalletHub's analysts compared the operating efficiency of 150 of the largest U.S. cities to reveal which among them are managed best. More specifically, we constructed a "Quality of Services" score comprising 33 key performance indicators grouped into six service categories, which we then measured against the city's per-capita budget.

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Wallethub also named Olathe one of the top beach cities in U.S.

Anonymous said...

So they're 2 for 2!!!

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately for KCMO, this is the kind of source and information that savvy tourists and convention planners look at before choosing a destination.
Not Sly's song and dance routines.
Of course, improving these statistics would require elected officials who were actually interested and engaged in municipal public policy and a jurisdiction with an actual city government, neither of which are true in KCMO.
We're world class!
Third World.

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised we didn't break 100

Anonymous said...

Well who'd a thunk it!

Anonymous said...

Killa city with a Airport mayor

Anonymous said...

Things always go to hell when libtards are running things. When are the boons going to figure that out?

Anonymous said...

Shitty leaders will spin this

"We outranked St Louis and KCK!"

Anonymous said...

It only shows what people already knew. Kansas City is a piece of shit.

Anonymous said...

KCMO certainly is no jewel, but wallet hub is a garbage site. As the first commentator pointed out, they called Olathe a top beach community. Olathe lake is the size of a large private pond, like 10% the size of Hillsdale reservoir, but maybe they have more sand up North.

Anonymous said...

Wichita and Topeka were better than Kansas City. Kansas and Nebraska did better than Missouri.

Anonymous said...

NFUE as usual.