There's a new list ranking 366 U.S. cities from the most American to the LEAST American.
Unfortunately it's not based on stuff like the number of fireworks stores or people with bald eagle tattoos . . . they based it on how a city's demographics, income, housing, and education compare to the entire U.S.
The most American city is Nashville, Tennessee . . . and the LEAST American is McAllen, Texas, which is at the very southern tip of Texas. The ten most American cities are:
Nashville, Tennessee . . . Cincinnati, Ohio . . . Indianapolis, Indiana . . . Charleston, South Carolina . . . Jacksonville, Florida . . . Greenville, South Carolina . . . Oklahoma City . . . Phoenix . . . Albuquerque . . . and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
And the ten LEAST American cities are:
McAllen, Texas . . . Boulder, Colorado . . . Altoona, Pennsylvania . . . Brownville, Texas . . . Yuma, Arizona . . . Ames, Iowa . . . Johnstown, Pennsylvania . . . Laredo, Texas . . . Barnstable, Massachusetts . . . and El Centro, California. (USA Today / Wallethub)
are the rankings for every U.S. city.)