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Friday, September 25, 2015

Top 100 Least Educated United States Cities Are Hispanic

Least Educated Cities Map


Anyone would think Detroit, Chicago, South Los Angeles, Ferguson or Baltimore would be the least educated cities. "Wrong". Looks like the cities with a 50% or more Hispanic populations are the top least educated cities. "The Hispanics Just Don't Riot". This goes to show the
importation of cheap illegal alien labor doesn't work and creates huge welfare payouts from taxpayers. Just think, there's thousands of more towns that are mostly U.S. citizens with large Hispanic populations not on this list and just as uneducated. "THESE ILLEGAL ALIEN HISPANICS ARE GOING TO GET TO VOTE SOME DAY". The rinos want the cheap labor and the communist democrats want the vote from the illegal uneducated Hispanics. The democrats will get the votes but the democrats lives will come crashing down just as hard and fast as the lives of the republicans because of what they themselves the democrats are doing.  

This open border illegal alien importation has been going on in mass for the last 35 years and the economy just keeps getting worse and worse with very few upswings. Bill Clinton gave these illegal aliens home loans which caused a major upswing in the 1990's then 8 years later this giving home loans to illegal aliens was the primary cause of the economic collapse. Business and government always see illegal aliens as a primary resource to increase profits. Illegal aliens should never be tapped for profits and are always causes the greatest amount of damage to the U.S. economy when tapped for profits by government and business. 

Right now in 2015 Obama and the democrats are trying to create another economic upswing the way Bill Clinton did it with the thought of a massive influx of human bodies into the United States will stimulate the upswing. "Wrong!". Bringing in massive amounts of human bodies will just pile blunder on top of blunder which will cause the economy to go bad even more and create dependency on the government which most people think is the ultimate democratic plan to get to democratic communism. Either way you see it bringing in more human bodies to stimulate the economy or to bring the U.S. to communism though more human bodies (BOTH) the economy will fail as it always has failed by doing this. The removal of human bodies is always the fastest way to stimulate the economy unless you want to wait 50 or so years for manufacturing to return and build up to handle the massive amounts of human bodies let into the U.S. legally and illegally by the democrats and rinos. 

Least Educated Cities Map

Top 100 Uneducated Cities List

1. La Paloma, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 2.1% high school+)

2. Santa Cruz, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 5.1% high school+)

3. Lindsay, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 9.8% high school+)

4. Las Lomas, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 11.1% high school+)

5. El Indio, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 11.1% high school+)

6. Salineno, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 14.0% high school+)

7. London, California (0.5% bachelor+, 15.3% high school+)

8. Lost Hills, California (2.6% bachelor+, 13.7% high school+)

9. El Cenizo, Texas (1.1% bachelor+, 15.5% high school+)

10. South Alamo, Texas (1.1% bachelor+, 16.4% high school+)

11. Heidelberg, Texas (1.9% bachelor+, 15.8% high school+)

12. Arroyo Alto, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 17.8% high school+)

13. Glendora, Mississippi (0.0% bachelor+, 18.3% high school+)

14. Indian Hills, Texas (1.5% bachelor+, 17.0% high school+)

15. Cactus, Texas (1.4% bachelor+, 17.1% high school+)

16. Muniz, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 18.9% high school+)

17. Mecca, California (1.6% bachelor+, 17.7% high school+)

18. La Presa, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 19.9% high school+)

19. Kettleman City, California (1.5% bachelor+, 18.8% high school+)

20. Weedpatch, California (0.9% bachelor+, 20.0% high school+)

21. Mattawa, Washington (1.9% bachelor+, 19.1% high school+)

22. Cutler, California (0.9% bachelor+, 20.7% high school+)

23. Richgrove, California (1.2% bachelor+, 20.4% high school+)

24. Huron, California (0.0% bachelor+, 21.6% high school+)

25. Alto Bonito, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 22.0% high school+)

26. Cameron Park, Texas (2.7% bachelor+, 19.3% high school+)

27. La Puerta, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 22.2% high school+)

28. Citrus City, Texas (5.0% bachelor+, 18.2% high school+)

29. San Joaquin, California (2.9% bachelor+, 20.6% high school+)

30. Rio Bravo, Texas (2.0% bachelor+, 21.5% high school+)

31. Mendota, California (0.5% bachelor+, 23.2% high school+)

32. Rincon, New Mexico (0.0% bachelor+, 23.8% high school+)

33. Lago, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 24.0% high school+)

34. Villa Pancho, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 24.5% high school+)

35. Earlimart, California (1.8% bachelor+, 22.8% high school+)

36. Cienegas Terrace, Texas (0.7% bachelor+, 24.0% high school+)

37. Arvin, California (2.2% bachelor+, 22.6% high school+)

38. Lanare, California (0.0% bachelor+, 25.1% high school+)

39. North Escobares, Texas (4.6% bachelor+, 20.5% high school+)

40. Pajaro, California (1.5% bachelor+, 23.8% high school+)

41. Lopezville, Texas (0.8% bachelor+, 24.5% high school+)

42. Scissors, Texas (5.6% bachelor+, 19.8% high school+)

43. Salem, New Mexico (3.6% bachelor+, 21.8% high school+)

44. Falcon Heights, Texas (4.7% bachelor+, 20.9% high school+)

45. Mila Doce, Texas (2.4% bachelor+, 23.8% high school+)

46. Immokalee, Florida (2.5% bachelor+, 24.0% high school+)

47. Orange Cove, California (1.7% bachelor+, 24.8% high school+)

48. Santa Maria, Texas (0.4% bachelor+, 26.2% high school+)

49. Alton North, Texas (1.9% bachelor+, 25.6% high school+)

50. Del Rey, California (0.0% bachelor+, 27.6% high school+)

51. Eidson Road, Texas (3.0% bachelor+, 24.6% high school+)

52. La Casita-Garciasville, Texas (0.8% bachelor+, 27.0% high school+)

53. Progreso, Texas (3.5% bachelor+, 24.7% high school+)

54. South Dos Palos, California (0.5% bachelor+, 27.7% high school+)

55. Larga Vista, Texas (6.7% bachelor+, 21.6% high school+)

56. Doffing, Texas (1.9% bachelor+, 26.6% high school+)

57. Fifth Street, Texas (2.6% bachelor+, 26.0% high school+)

58. Sullivan City, Texas (1.6% bachelor+, 27.0% high school+)

59. Planada, California (1.4% bachelor+, 27.3% high school+)

60. Sparks, Texas (0.5% bachelor+, 28.7% high school+)

61. Baldwin, Illinois (1.0% bachelor+, 28.3% high school+)

62. Fox River, Alaska (4.8% bachelor+, 24.6% high school+)

63. Terra Bella, California (3.5% bachelor+, 26.2% high school+)

64. Rosita South, Texas (0.7% bachelor+, 29.0% high school+)

65. Cantua Creek, California (0.0% bachelor+, 29.9% high school+)

66. Belle Glade Camp, Florida (4.8% bachelor+, 25.3% high school+)

67. Gadsden, Arizona (6.1% bachelor+, 24.1% high school+)

68. Garceno, Texas (3.6% bachelor+, 26.7% high school+)

69. La Homa, Texas (2.5% bachelor+, 27.9% high school+)

70. Havana, Texas (5.4% bachelor+, 25.2% high school+)

71. Cibecue, Arizona (6.6% bachelor+, 24.1% high school+)

72. Fellsmere, Florida (1.7% bachelor+, 29.1% high school+)

73. Traver, California (0.8% bachelor+, 30.5% high school+)

74. Tornillo, Texas (1.5% bachelor+, 29.8% high school+)

75. Dade City North, Florida (0.6% bachelor+, 30.8% high school+)

76. Florence-Graham, California (2.4% bachelor+, 29.1% high school+)

77. San Carlos, Texas (1.4% bachelor+, 30.3% high school+)

78. Bixby, Texas (7.2% bachelor+, 24.6% high school+)

79. Maywood, California (2.3% bachelor+, 29.6% high school+)

80. Grand Acres, Texas (0.9% bachelor+, 31.1% high school+)

81. Lamont, California (2.4% bachelor+, 29.7% high school+)

82. New Square, New York (6.9% bachelor+, 25.4% high school+)

83. Bogue Chitto, Mississippi (0.0% bachelor+, 32.5% high school+)

84. Olmito, Texas (4.1% bachelor+, 28.5% high school+)

85. Bluetown-Iglesia Antigua, Texas (4.0% bachelor+, 28.6% high school+)

86. Bret Harte, California (1.2% bachelor+, 31.4% high school+)

87. Woodville, California (2.8% bachelor+, 29.9% high school+)

88. Faysville, Texas (2.9% bachelor+, 29.8% high school+)

89. Midway South, Texas (3.5% bachelor+, 29.4% high school+)

90. Poston, Arizona (1.4% bachelor+, 31.7% high school+)

91. Westley, California (0.0% bachelor+, 33.2% high school+)

92. Cantu Addition, Texas (0.0% bachelor+, 33.3% high school+)

93. Midway North, Texas (3.0% bachelor+, 30.4% high school+)

94. Batesville, Texas (4.5% bachelor+, 29.1% high school+)

95. San Lucas, California (2.3% bachelor+, 31.5% high school+)

96. Coachella, California (1.9% bachelor+, 31.9% high school+)

97. Tipton, California (0.8% bachelor+, 33.0% high school+)

98. Chualar, California (4.9% bachelor+, 29.0% high school+)

99. Polk, Pennsylvania (4.3% bachelor+, 29.6% high school+)

100. Lennox, California (3.0% bachelor+, 30.9% high school+)



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