Twin Cities smart but boring, survey says
Minneapolis and St. Paul ranked first for intelligence in Travel and Leisure's reader survey of 30 American Cities. We're smart! But no one wants to come here for Spring Break.
Our fair cities scored well on some other characteristics -- we are the 10th-best looking, the 5th-friendliest, and the 6th-most athletic of the 30 cities included in the poll. Check out how the Twin Cities fared on the Travel and Leisure poll here.
And, if you don't like the rankings, you can just pretend they don't exist. They are just a compilation of readers' votes -- totally not scientific.
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