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Atlanta, GA

#1 Most Income Inequality: U.S. Cities #2 Biggest Brain Gains: U.S. Cities #7 Worst Gridlock: U.S. Cities #10 Longest Commutes: U.S. Cities #14 2014 Sushinomics - Most Expensive Basic Rolls: U.S. Cities #16 2014 Sushinomics - Most Expensive Premium Rolls: U.S. Cities #18 Most Money Going to Home Improvement: U.S. Cities #20 Most Foreclosures: U.S. Cities #21 Highest Salaries for Software Engineers: U.S. Cities #25 Biggest Gains, Single-Family Home Prices: U.S. Cities #35 Highest Premiums for Advanced Degrees: U.S. Cities #50 Most Poverty: U.S. Cities