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Wallet Hub ranked 501 U.S. cities by diversity, taking into account each city's diversity by race, occupation, religion, education, economic income, and household residents.

The top 5 most diverse across all categories:

  1. New York, NY
  2. Jersey City, NJ
  3. Houston, TX
  4. Dallas, TX
  5. Silver Spring, MD

Bottom 5:

  1. Bangor, ME
  2. Provo, UT
  3. Orem, UT
  4. Morgantown, WV
  5. Rochester, NH

Most ethnic diversity:

  1. Oakland, CA
  2. Jersey City, NJ
  3. Germantown, MD

Most linguistic diversity:

  1. Jersey City, NJ
  2. San Jose, CA
  3. Clifton, NJ

Most income diversity:

  1. College, AK
  2. Anchorage, AK
  3. Lenexa, KS

Most educational diversity:

  1. Silver Spring, MD
  2. San Francisco, CA
  3. Gaithersburg, MD

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