The 10 Worst Philadelphia Suburbs

The worst Philadelphia suburbs are Penns Grove and Camden based on Saturday Night Science. Find out where your town ranks.

More and more people would prefer to live in the cities and towns that surround Philadelphia to avoid all the hustle and bustle.

So the question arises: what suburbs of Philadelphia are the worst?

Today, we’ll use Saturday Night Science to determine which Philadelphia ‘burbs need a little tender loving care – the sore thumbs of the Philadelphia area if you will. Realistically, you can only expect some of the suburbs to live up to Philadelphia proper, although Narberth certainly tries.

We examined the 92 biggest suburbs of Philadelphia to find out the worst places to live. And while you won’t necessarily find them on the worst places to live in Pennsylvania lists, these ten places are a little too far downwind of Philadelphia in terms of quality of life.

Table Of Contents: Top Ten | Methodology | Summary | Table

The 10 worst suburbs around Philadelphia for 2024

  1. Penns Grove
  2. Camden
  3. Marcus Hook
  4. Chester
  5. Darby
  6. Folcroft
  7. Colwyn
  8. Eddystone
  9. Collingdale
  10. Burlington

Now don’t freak out.

What’s the worst suburb of Philadelphia? Penns Grove ranks as the worst suburb of Philadelphia for 2024 based on the most recent Census and FBI data.

Or, if you’re thinking of moving to elsewhere in Pennsylvania check out the best places in Pennsylvania overall or the worst.

And remember, there are some good places to live around Philadelphia too.

The 10 Worst Philadelphia Suburbs To Live For 2024

1. Penns Grove

Penns Grove, NJ

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Population: 4,841
Median Income: $29,821 (lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 15.5% (5th highest)
Median Home Value: $153,536 (6th lowest)
More on Penns Grove: Crime

We’ll get the ball rolling with Penns Grove, the absolute worst place to live around Philadelphia according to the data.

And in the world of worst rankings, Penns Grove beat the competition pretty handily thanks to scoring in the bottom 15% in three major categories. Income is the worst in the Philadelphia area, and to make matters worse, the city ranks 6th worst when it comes to home values.

But hey, at least it’s cheap to live there. But there’s a reason for that… it’s Penns Grove.

You won’t feel bad about not having a great income for the area. There aren’t a bunch of places to spend your money anyway.

Camden, NJ

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Population: 71,799
Median Income: $36,258 (2nd lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 14.6% (6th highest)
Median Home Value: $112,692 (4th lowest)
More on Camden: Data | Cost Of Living

Welcome to Camden. Home to KMart, Big Lots, and a lot of gas stations.

This city is 5.2 miles to Philadelphia. Income levels here are the 2nd lowest in the metro area, where families bring in about $36,258 a year, which only goes so far even on a shoestring budget.

But on the bright side, there are a lot of fast food joints in the area.

3. Marcus Hook

Marcus Hook, PA

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Population: 2,290
Median Income: $47,594 (6th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 9.4% (17th highest)
Median Home Value: $285,109 (37th lowest)
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Back up the highway we go for the third worst Philadelphia suburb you can live in. You might have expected to see Marcus Hook on here. While the cost of living is low, your entertainment and work options are limited. And that’s an understatement.

In terms of numbers, it’s in the worst 15% for insurance, and the adult high school dropout rate is poor compared to other Philadelphia suburbs.

But at least there are lovely parks to bring the kids during the day.

Chester, PA

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Population: 33,048
Median Income: $39,193 (3rd lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 15.9% (4th highest)
Median Home Value: $91,695 (lowest)
More on Chester: Data | Crime | Cost Of Living

If you live in Chester, most likely you struggle to make ends meet every month. It ranks as the 3rd lowest Philadelphia suburb for median household incomes.

Not only that, but this is the 4th worst unemployed suburb you can live in if you choose to live near Philadelphia. Remember, we looked at 92 cities for this study.

Chester is about 17.0 miles to downtown.

Darby, PA

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Population: 10,682
Median Income: $45,511 (5th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 13.9% (7th highest)
Median Home Value: $109,626 (3rd lowest)
More on Darby: Data | Cost Of Living

Darby has the distinction of being a Philadelphia suburb. Which means that’s about all it has going for it.

All snarkiness aside, Darby has the 3rd lowest home values in the metro Philadelphia area, where the median price is $109,626. The median income is $178,362.

Darby has an unemployment rate of 13.95% which ranks 7th worst.

Folcroft, PA

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Population: 6,758
Median Income: $56,650 (13th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 10.2% (13th highest)
Median Home Value: $198,500 (11th lowest)
More on Folcroft: Data | Cost Of Living

Folcroft has 6,758 residents that probably know it’s a pretty crummy place to live when you look at the data. (Or, if you’ve ever been there, you don’t need to look at the data.)

Incomes are towards the bottom, and the poverty rate sits at 15.507546611423495%.

7. Colwyn

Colwyn, PA

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Population: 2,849
Median Income: $51,188 (8th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 23.1% (highest)
Median Home Value: $99,866 (2nd lowest)
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Ah, Colwyn. You rank as the 7th worst place to live around Philadelphia.

It’s the place with the most out of work residents in the Philadelphia metro area (23.11%).

8. Eddystone

Eddystone, PA

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Population: 2,170
Median Income: $53,355 (9th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 9.8% (15th highest)
Median Home Value: $126,081 (5th lowest)
More on Eddystone: Crime

Eddystone is a city about 15.2 miles from Philadelphia, but Philadelphia probably wishes it was further away. It ranks as the 8th worst burb for 2018.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a worse place to live. Eddystone has the 57th most uninsured people, 9th worst incomes, and has the 15th highest unemployment rate (9.8%) in the entire Philadelphia metro area.

Homes only cost $126,081 for a reason. That’s cheap for Philadelphia standards.

Collingdale, PA

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Population: 8,865
Median Income: $49,819 (7th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 8.6% (20th highest)
Median Home Value: $186,243 (9th lowest)
More on Collingdale: Data | Cost Of Living

If you absolutely have to live near Philadelphia, then Collingdale might be a place for you to consider as it’s only the 9th worst Philadelphia suburb.

About 8.64% of residents are out of work.

Burlington, NJ

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Population: 9,833
Median Income: $69,351 (26th lowest)
Unemployment Rate: 9.7% (16th highest)
Median Home Value: $241,128 (24th lowest)
More on Burlington: Data | Crime | Cost Of Living

Rounding out the ten worst Philadelphia suburbs to call home is Burlington.

Located 15.6 miles outside the city, Burlingtons is a real pit when you look at the data. Its residents have the 16th highest unemployment rate (9.74%), and poverty is far above the area average.

Methodology: Determining The Worst Suburbs Around Philadelphia for 2024

To figure out how bad a Philadelphia suburb is to live in, we used Saturday Night Science to identify the kinds of things people like and then decide what suburbs have the least amount of those things.

Using the most recent American Community Survey data from 2018-2022, this is the criteria we used:

  • High unemployment rate
  • Low median household incomes
  • Low population density (no things to do)
  • Low home values
  • A lot of high school dropouts
  • High poverty
  • High rate of uninsured families

We defined a suburb as any town within 30 miles of Philadelphia.

We also limited the analysis to places with over 2,000 people. This left us with a grand total of 92 suburbs to evaluate around Philadelphia.

We ranked each place with scores from 1 to 92 in each category, where 1 was the “worst.”

Next, we averaged the rankings for each place to create a quality-of-life index.

And finally, we crowned the city with the worst quality of life index, the “Worst Suburb near Philadelphia.” We’re looking at you, Penns Grove.

We updated this article for 2024, which reflects our tenth time ranking the worst suburbs around Philadelphia.

Summary: The areas around Philadelphia where the dream is more of a nightmare for 2024

Well there you have it — the worst of the ‘burbs surrounding Philadelphia with Penns Grove casting itself ahead of the pack.

The worst suburbs of Philadelphia are .

As we mentioned earlier, the suburbs around Philadelphia aren’t all bad. Narberth takes the cake as the best place to live around Philadelphia.

  • Narberth
  • Haddonfield
  • Medford Lakes

For more Pennsylvania reading, check out:

Detailed List Of The Worst Philadelphia Suburbs

Rank City Population Median Income Median Home Values
1 Penns Grove 4,841 $29,821 $153,536
2 Camden 71,799 $36,258 $112,692
3 Marcus Hook 2,290 $47,594 $285,109
4 Chester 33,048 $39,193 $91,695
5 Darby 10,682 $45,511 $109,626
6 Folcroft 6,758 $56,650 $198,500
7 Colwyn 2,849 $51,188 $99,866
8 Eddystone 2,170 $53,355 $126,081
9 Collingdale 8,865 $49,819 $186,243
10 Burlington 9,833 $69,351 $241,128
11 Woodlynne 2,904 $68,125 $159,972
12 Trenton 90,055 $44,444 $304,449
13 Lindenwold 21,337 $53,645 $227,531
14 Paulsboro 6,195 $58,271 $198,943
15 Sharon Hill 5,976 $66,378 $179,059
16 Westville 4,276 $63,000 $234,508
17 Lawnside 3,059 $74,250 $251,645
18 Pine Hill 10,698 $69,176 $237,936
19 Clementon 5,312 $62,917 $270,554
20 Wilmington 71,034 $54,731 $294,430
21 Upland 3,078 $58,588 $193,605
22 Clifton Heights 6,834 $61,155 $237,541
23 Bellmawr 11,677 $71,935 $270,837
24 Woodbury 9,981 $75,425 $289,967
25 East Lansdowne 2,703 $57,778 $218,142
26 Yeadon 12,017 $55,667 $211,262
27 Glassboro 23,014 $78,518 $318,867
28 Beverly 2,502 $90,069 $235,527
29 National Park 3,028 $83,125 $236,131
30 Somerdale 5,524 $83,778 $307,227
31 Runnemede 8,307 $85,700 $275,560
32 Clayton 8,801 $91,711 $269,019
33 Telford 4,807 $77,092 $389,086
34 Palmyra 7,437 $84,866 $266,511
35 Bristol 9,862 $67,176 $292,040
36 Glenolden 7,190 $71,719 $224,149
37 Gibbsboro 2,278 $93,103 $335,657
38 Lansdowne 11,051 $70,283 $252,844
39 Norwood 5,926 $83,104 $260,832
40 Swedesboro 2,706 $92,218 $421,540
41 Merchantville 3,800 $72,375 $294,441
42 Mount Ephraim 4,638 $81,800 $262,465
43 Morton 2,759 $63,599 $334,531
44 Stratford 6,962 $89,200 $297,326
45 Royersford 4,917 $70,168 $414,063
46 Bridgeport 5,000 $79,887 $300,535
47 Lansdale 18,727 $84,985 $455,524
48 Magnolia 4,342 $74,295 $277,835
49 Souderton 7,169 $77,342 $416,204
50 Barrington 7,022 $82,070 $324,789
51 Dublin 2,206 $87,292 $420,387
52 West Chester 19,016 $71,875 $582,975
53 Collingswood 14,135 $78,909 $389,070
54 Brookhaven 8,268 $90,264 $240,312
55 Rockledge 2,624 $78,333 $315,488
56 Aldan 4,226 $87,673 $242,290
57 Ridley Park 7,152 $90,842 $282,363
58 Hatboro 8,176 $106,318 $404,554
59 Pitman 8,805 $91,566 $317,191
60 Parkside 2,052 $86,587 $203,819
61 Yardley 2,591 $107,639 $548,076
62 Hatfield 3,490 $65,257 $436,834
63 Laurel Springs 2,004 $113,500 $290,321
64 Phoenixville 18,723 $91,593 $466,022
65 New Hope 2,624 $117,143 $826,690
66 Penndel 2,498 $77,708 $368,625
67 Ambler 6,775 $84,303 $611,302
68 Woodbury Heights 3,092 $112,222 $313,770
69 Chester Heights 2,897 $91,447 $320,935
70 Chalfont 4,259 $118,871 $536,292
71 Oaklyn 3,937 $81,012 $304,981
72 Perkasie 9,130 $95,319 $464,524
73 Berlin 7,489 $98,706 $342,726
74 Sellersville 4,537 $86,276 $399,291
75 Bordentown 3,989 $88,153 $348,105
76 Lambertville 4,127 $102,482 $561,231
77 Swarthmore 6,507 $138,679 $405,622
78 Collegeville 5,172 $99,271 $512,844
79 Trappe 3,976 $111,875 $399,126
80 New Britain 2,846 $120,294 $406,503
81 Malvern 3,389 $115,743 $704,780
82 Wenonah 2,213 $127,125 $314,571
83 Haddon Heights 7,484 $117,556 $429,614
84 Media 5,860 $85,951 $558,498
85 Audubon 8,695 $103,379 $336,856
86 North Wales 3,415 $113,375 $485,328
87 Conshohocken 9,182 $114,523 $431,765
88 Riverton 2,764 $122,069 $397,177
89 Pennington 2,780 $166,957 $615,576
90 Medford Lakes 4,263 $139,879 $464,108
91 Haddonfield 12,456 $178,362 $698,505
92 Narberth 4,478 $114,691 $723,288
About Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson earned his masters in Business Administration from the Drucker School At Claremont Graduate University. He has written for 39 publications across the country and ran the media relations department at Movoto, a real estate portal based in San Francisco. He has been featured in over 500 publications as an expert in real estate and as an authority on real estate trends.

Nick's the creator of the HomeSnacks YouTube channel that now has over 260,000 subscribers and is an excellent source to learn about different parts of the country.

43 thoughts on “The 10 Worst Philadelphia Suburbs

  1. You forgot (or probably don’t know) that average real estate values are an excellent crowd-sourced indication of public perception of intrinsic value. There are other logical (and grammatical) errors here. This clearly didn’t take many brain cycles to write.

    1. Thanks for agreeing with us! We did in fact use lower home values as an indication of a place being a “worse place to live”. In fact, I’m of the idea that you could almost do these lists solely based on home prices.

      Thanks for playing Stephen!

      1. Solely based on home prices?? Haha.

        By the way, you put a tremendous amount of weight on how schools are overcrowded but did you even consider the PERFORMANCE of the schools which is as important or more so?

  2. You should do a “Best places to live” article to counter this. And perhaps an article on why Philly sucks worse than any of the ‘burbs listed above. Like that sales tax, or that absurd income tax. The insane traffic and the shitty roads (well, ok, they’re shitty all over the state). But I think I make my point. I grew up there, it sucked when I was there and it still sucks.

  3. Oreland is better than Doylestown? Have you been to any of these places? Oreland has two mechanics and a wawa. Doylestown has 40 bars and restaurants and 3 nationally recognized museums. Also more historic landmarks per capita than Washington DC. Also I don’t think the picture you used is actually from Doylestown.

  4. This is a hilarious list. Data and science clearly had nothing to do with this as West Chester, Media, and Conshohocken are affluent areas with incredibly low crime and your dumb ass somehow didn’t include Norristown or Downingtown. Don’t give up your day job.

  5. Your list of Philadelphia suburbs is not very exhaustive at all. What about Norristown, Flourtown, Spring House, North Wales, Ambler, Glenside, Elkins Park, Cheltenham, Rockledge, Hungtington Valley, Montgomeryville, Harleysville, Worcester, East Norriton, Wayne, Haverton, Upper Darby, Springfield, Narbeth, Prospect Park, Norwood, Folcroft, Clifton Heights, Chester, Bala Cynwood, Lafayette Hill, Bridgeport…. Many of these locations have larger populations than many of the towns you chose to include. If they weren’t included in your data, than you should have made the effort to find a more complete dataset. Or at least make of a note of the lack of complete data. I would like to know what percentage of the total Philadelphia suburbs population is covered in these 27 locations. 20%? 15%?

    Beyond that, the analysis is far from complete. One of the main reasons individuals choose to move from the city to the suburbs is for the increased open spaces and decreased travel distance to outdoor recreational activities, as well as the population density crush of the city . To conduct analysis as you have, you are looking for simply city qualities in the suburbs. Do better analysis, or don’t post an incomplete, lacking opinion and stating it as if it was a thorough study.

  6. This is the biggest piece of garbage I’ve ever read. I don’t live in any of these towns, but some of them are places I would love to. You have obviously never been anywhere near this region. Media and West Chester on a worst places to live list, yet places like Darby, Chester, Upper Darby with triple the crime and 1/4 the home values aren’t even mentioned? Obviously working with way too little data and drawing terrible assumptions from it.

  7. This is one of the worst surveys I have ever seen!!! Where are poor suburbs like Bristol, PA in Bucks County??? Chester, PA. in Delaware County??? And Norristown, PA. in Montgomery County??? Only Wealthy and Popular Suburbs were chosen in this bizarre list. Shame!!!

  8. This survey is deplorable. How Norristown, Coatesville, Chester, and many more did not make this list is laughable. As a West Chester resident, I am appalled.

    1. No Kidding! First thing that came to my mind was the exact same thing…’WTF are Coatesville, Chester and Norristown’ ! I lived in Media, Coatesville and now Downingtown and I can assure you, the worst of that lot is Coatesville. Crime so bad it can’t even support one grocery store! I know West Chester well and it is a historic college town that certainly doesn’t belong on this list! Neither does Media, for that matter. Media’s biggest problem is its close proximity to the asshole of Philly=CHESTER! A long time PhilIy area resident, I can think of 10 other suburbs that are easily worse than WC, off the top of my head!

  9. Basically the fact that Norristown isn’t on this list tells me that the writer isn’t from around here and looked at Wikipedia demographics (and choosing places with high median incomes??) to compile this list. Blue Bell is on the bottom of this list but is probably one of the nicest places in the suburbs. There are houses there that go for 8 figures.

  10. I guess anyone can write an article and have it published. I don’t think this “writer” has ever been in the suburbs of Philly. For that matter on the eastern side of PA. With the research ( or lack there of) and variables used, this “writer” wouldn’t be able to even graduate from a Central Bucks school. (That’s the school district for Doylestown. #3 on your list) Most ridiculous list I have ever read. Note to the author- you should really think of another line of work. If you continue, may I suggest you work for the National Enquirer or some other tabloid.

  11. Yeah…this is a deplorable bunch of garbage. I seriously doubt this “researcher” has visited and of these places. How do people like this get this kind of attention? Oh wait – is that the game? Say a load of crap and get us true Philly-burbs residents riled up? Sorry I’ve contributed to giving that attention. You don’t deserve it. Lies and sensational crap always do get the attention and truth and well-crafted work doesn’t. *sigh*

  12. Ummm, what happened to Norristown or Coatesville or Chester, East Falls, Roxborough? So those were just ignored right?

    1. Both East Falls and Roxborough are not suburbs, they’re actually in the Northwestern part of the city of Philadelphia.

  13. This was written by someone in North Carolina, I believe.. I LOVE these internet lists, they are for attention only, facts do not get in the way, they are mostly garbage….And to sell ads and use scripts that paralyze your browser. My question is: why is irresponsible journalism so damn prevalent and permissable on the internet? This is one of so many totally inept and useless lists that I have seen, I rarely even click through to them anymore, regardless of how interesting the titles may be.. the good news is that at least this one didn’t paralyze my browser!~ How about Yinz?? LOL!

  14. Yes I agree with all other comments regarding this so called list. In addition, I would add this so called inacurate list is based upon Census…the major “surrounding suburbs” that have the lowest economical standings outside the mispelled name of “Philadelphia” such as Chester, Essington, Roxborough, have no accurate census reporting….that is why this so called “list” is so inaccurate and just a ploy to get residents and former residents of many towns on this so called list, fired up! The list writer obviously knows nothing about the places he or she based his or her list. Census means nothing if low socioeconomic residents do not even complete them, which means the list writer knows nothing of the towns they based their so called list. Anyone from Delaware County could have enlightened you beyond your lame choice of reference! Perhaps this poor, misinformed, individual that can’t even spell the city of Philadelphia correctly, might consider spell check or investing in a dictionary before ever subjecting us to their ignorance again! #the more you know genius

  15. I doubt a company in Durham, NC knows what the suburbs of Philadelphia are like. I’m guessing they’re just jealous that they live in Durham, a town who had to latch onto a large meaningful NC city called Raleigh to even be recognized

  16. “These ten places are a little too far downwind of Philadelphia in terms of quality of life” is an odd statement to make when they rank higher than the city proper in the metrics used. “Meant as infotainment, don’t freak out” is just the internet version of that jerkoff everyone knows who follows up his idiotic statements with “I was just kidding, don’t take it so seriously!” — it wouldn’t need to be attached to the article if the author had actually, you know, researched things and thought about it instead of throwing together numbers and pretending it was in any way a valid measure.

  17. My first message was never published, I find that interesting, so I will soften it a bit this time. You can’t just use statistics to tell about a place that you have apparently never visited. ALL of these comments are right, ’cause we are locals and we know what is going on around here. It is just irresponsible journalism to portray some of these areas as you did when we know better, and you missed the really scary areas. What happens if a couple from Holland or somewhere make travel plans and stay in Chester PA because they read in this inept article that West Chester is a nasty place (but it is not).. People are supposed to trust journalism, even if it is on the internet. Yinz broke that, in my opinion!

  18. The statement in this article, “you can’t expect all the suburbs to live up to Philadelphia proper”, indicates the extent of brain power of the writer. Yeah, I lived in Philadelphia for years while in grad school and, while it had its good points, I’d prefer to live where there isn’t garbage, graffiti, and one or two panhandlers right outside my door. I take offense at “infotainment” that is wholly negative and does nothing to highlight the good parts of each of these locations (all of which I, in contrast, know quite well). This is ten wasted minutes of my life that I’ll never get back.

  19. I live in Glenside. We have The Keswick Theater, a beautiful venue where top name acts perform. We have Keswick village with charming stores and restaurants. Our school district is Abington School District which is an excellent school district. There is a Halloween happening every year, and Santa and Mrs. Claus visit the town square. We have the second oldest July 4 th parade. Glenside is idyllic. Anyone who says otherwise has not set foot in Glenside!

  20. I know its infotainment but I don’t think you even know what science and data is.

    But if you were looking to make the most inaccurate list of internet history, well done!!! Success!! Keep up the bad work.

  21. I grew up in Doylestown. Central Bucks consistently ranks high in the state for education. Low crime, tons of things to do. Someone obviously didn’t do their research and has never been there.

  22. I live in Lansdale. The schools are way over crowded, taxes are insane and crime is getting worse. Still, it’s way better than Norristown, Chester, and several other towns near by. You can’t make a list like this unless you’ve lived in the Philly burbs.

  23. Didn’t do your homework. Not only misleading–JUST wrong, Yeah where is Chester and Norristown?

  24. This ranking was so ridiculously off base. I happened to live in 2 of these areas (Lansdale and Souderton) and would LOVE to live in one of them, Doylestown. All three are very nice areas.

  25. First of all there are way worst places to live than Marcus hook , and there is hardly any crime in this area. this guy does not know wtf he’s talking about .

  26. I dont know about what any of yall thinking but to me thos guy just sounds racist as HELL!!! And you can clearly tell he had no fn client wtf he even talking about. He did say the worst suburbs of Philadelphia correct? So ummmm how tf Camden,Trenton & Paulboro NEW JERSEY get in a philly burb list? They are not even in the same fn state this dude is a trump supporting idot…and rest assure if he came to any of the places he named or lied about or deemed worse burbs of philly he wouldn’t last long at all cause rich poor poverty well off we PA strong and this asshole just and idoit. An how norristown didnt make the cut but Bridgeport did? Crazy.

  27. The criteria used to rank these areas is awful. How on Earth is “low population density” indicative of a bad place to live? Yet crime isn’t even a consideration?

    Also, considering any place within 30 miles of Philly to be a Philly suburb is just plain wrong. Wilmington and Camden are whole entire cities. I know these cities are all crowded close together, but none of them are “suburbs” of each other.

    Marcus Hook definitely doesn’t deserve #1. I’m also shocked places like Glenolden somehow ranked “nicer” than West Chester. West Chester is considered uppity, whereas Glenolden is… well… it’s certainly Glenolden. This is probably where that “population density” criteria is impacting the results. I promise you, as dense as Glenolden is, there is nothing good to do there.

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