list of "most miserable cities in the US", published by US magazine Forbes, headed by the city of Miami. According to the compilers of the rating, Miami is the "paradise" is only at first glance. In fact, the city is experiencing an acute housing crisis, and the crime rate there - one of the highest in the United States. "Miami has traditionally been associated with beaches and good weather, but the people in this town are not so happy. One percent of its people life is a fairy tale, but others have a hard time. And the gap between rich and poor in recent years, becoming deeper, "- said Forbes editor Kurt Badenhauzen. In second place in the ranking was "automobile capital" of the United States Detroit (MI), which is the most criminal city in the country. The first three and hit another city of this state - Flint. It is also considered one of the most criminogenic in the United States. The top ten most miserable cities in the United States also includes West Palm Beach (Florida), Sacramento (California), Chicago (Illinois), Fort Lauderdale (Florida), Toledo (Ohio), Rockford (Illinois) and Warren (Michigan). The rankings take into account factors such as unemployment and crime, property values, the number of evictions of citizens from their homes because of mortgage debt and even the climate, duration of trips to work and the level of corruption. See also: Monsanto - the city between giant boulders. Abandoned military camp (23 photos). City e-waste.