[Ed. – That’s just silly. Maybe a WalletHub intern had a bad experience there or something.]
[T]he reasoning behind ranking Fort Lauderdale dead last out of 182 cities in the United States adds to the many reasons why rational Americans see most “worst of” lists as little more than bunk.
From COVID-19 to climate control, to dastardly “unaffordable second mortgages,” WalletHub says Fort Lauderdale is just not a safe place to live. Even though the real estate marketing site Point 2 says 82% of the population is employed in white-collar jobs and the average household income is $95,797, with over 80% of residents above the poverty line. …
“Aside from the types of hazards that can cause bodily injury or other physical harm, taking out an unaffordable second mortgage, forgoing health insurance or even visiting unsecured websites are also ways people run into danger,” said WalletHub, according to the Sun Sentinel. “Some cities are simply better at protecting their residents from harm.”