If you can tell a Malbec from a Merlot, eat arugula with a silver fork and spend weekends on your yacht, you’re rich — and probably a snob. And the chances are pretty good that you live in California. That’s the word from RoadSnacks, which used scientific data to determine which of the 250 largest American cities are the snobbiest. Interestingly, except for Washington, DC, the snobbiest cities are in the West — and seven of the 10 are in California. Number one San Francisco has a median household income of $73,802 with a median home price of $750,000, the highest in the country. 52 percent of residents have a college degree. The city has more theaters and art galleries per capita than anywhere else in the nation.
The top 10 snobbiest U.S. cities:
Snobs vary by region of the country:
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