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NJ town ranks as sixth snobbiest in US

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Travel website Movato.com recently put together a list of the snobbiest cities in America. One city in New Jersey made the list, although I think a few other towns are deserving of the honor.

The city that’s represented is none other than Hoboken, which is ranked at number six.

Here is the full top ten list:

1. Palo Alto, CA
2. Bethesda, MD
3. Brookline, MA
4. San Rafael, CA
5. Walnut Creek, CA
6. Hoboken, NJ
7. Oak Park, IL
8. Encinitas, CA (tie)
8. Rockville, MD (tie)
10. Laguna Niguel, CA

What do you think is New Jersey’s snobbiest town? Share your pick in the comment section below.

Check out the full Movato.com article here.


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