Washington, D.C., isn’t just the nation’s capital — it’s also the most literate city in the United States, The Washington Post reported. In a list created by Central Connecticut State University, the nation’s capital ranked above Seattle, Minneapolis and Atlanta, according to The Washington Post.
The study looks at “bookstores, educational attainment, Internet resources, library resources, periodical publishing resources and newspaper circulation” when making the list, The Post reported.
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