Every large (define “large” however you will, but for this thread let’s say 100,000+) city in the US has its bad neighborhoods; neighborhoods blighted by crime, urban decay, poverty, homelessness, unemployment, etc.
But one person’s bad neighborhood is another person’s “meh.” Springfield has its share of bad neighborhoods, but they don’t compare to, say, Chicago’s or Detroit’s.
So what US city has the least-bad bad neighborhoods? Does, say, Anchorage, have a “ghetto” that consists of a few square blocks?
Let’s limit this thread to stand-alone cities and not suburbs of other cities.