Lolo and Frenchtown Make Top 10 Snobbiest Places in Montana
When you think of "snobby," you think of a snotty heiress getting out of her Mercedes at a Hollywood premier. A person who looks down their nose at anyone who has less than they do. Someone who cares more about their "purse puppy" and Range Rover than anyone else. But when you think of Montanans, "snobby" is not really a word that comes to mind. Still, if you had to choose, what are the snobbiest towns in Montana? The folks at Roadsnacks.net are back at it again, with a study on the snobbiest towns in Montana.
How did Roadsnacks come up with these results? They looked at median home price, median household income, percent of the population with a college degree, private schools per capita, theaters per capita, and art galleries per capita. (In all cases, higher is snobbier.)
According to the calculations, the results for the top 10 snobbiest are:
- Red Lodge
- Four Corners
- Montana City
- Helena Valley Northwest
- Big Sky
What landed Lolo at #6 and Frenchtown at #9?
For Lolo, the UM grads and Median household income were the deciding factors. With a median income of $60,293 and a 27% rate of college degrees, Lolo claims #6.
For Frenchtown, the number of grads and median income also played a huge factor, as well as their smaller size. With a median income of $87,293 and an 18% rate of degrees, Fenchtown claims #9.
Check out the full list of snobbiest cities in Montana, from the folks at Roadsnacks.net.
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