Special Report

America’s Dirtiest Cities in 2022

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40. Plano, TX
> Overall score: 35.36
> Pollution rank: 31
> Living conditions rank: 34
> Infrastructure rank: 80
> Consumer satisfaction rank: 42

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39. Naperville, IL
> Overall score: 35.62
> Pollution rank: 25
> Living conditions rank: 24
> Infrastructure rank: 41
> Consumer satisfaction rank: 83

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38. Tampa, FL
> Overall score: 35.91
> Pollution rank: 42
> Living conditions rank: 32
> Infrastructure rank: 35
> Consumer satisfaction rank: 68

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37. Chandler, AZ
> Overall score: 36.42
> Pollution rank: 5
> Living conditions rank: 55
> Infrastructure rank: 17
> Consumer satisfaction rank: 82

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36. Fort Worth, TX
> Overall score: 37.35
> Pollution rank: 28
> Living conditions rank: 51
> Infrastructure rank: 63
> Consumer satisfaction rank: 15

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