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These Are The Most Unsafe Cities In California, According To New Study

Chula Vista has been named the second safest city in California and the 38th safest in the nation.

WalletHub compared more than 180 cities across 42 key indicators of safety, anything from the qualitiy of roads and the percentage of residents who are fully vaccinated to assaults per capita and the unemployment rate.

The city of San Diego came in 48th and Oceanside was 66th.

Los Angeles, Oakland and San Bernardino finished in the bottom 5% of the study as the most unsafe cities.

Safest Cities In America:

  1. Columbia, Maryland
  2. Nashua, New Hampshire
  3. Laredo, Texas
  4. Portland, Maine
  5. Warwick, Rhode Island

California Rankings:

26. Irvine (Orange County)

38. Chula Vista (San Diego County)

39. Santa Rosa (Sonoma County)

40. Glendale (Los Angeles County)

48. San Diego (San Diego County)

54. Santa Clarita (Los Angeles County)

63. Oxnard (Ventura County)

64. Rancho Cucamonga (San Bernardino County)

66. Oceanside (San Diego County)

68. Huntington Beach (Orange County)

73. San Jose (Santa Clara County)

76. Garden Grove (Orange County)

78. Ontario (San Bernardino County)

80. Fontana (San Bernardino County)

83. Moreno Valley (Riverside County)

88. Sacramento (Sacramento County)

92. Santa Ana (Orange County)

94. Anaheim (Orange County)

113. Fresno (Fresno County)

118. Modesto (Stanislaus County)

126. Riverside (Riverside County)

136. San Francisco (San Francisco County)

144. Bakersfield: (Kern County)

149. Stockton: (San Joaquin County)

172. Los Angeles (Los Angeles County)

175. Oakland (Alameda County)

180. San Bernardino (San Bernardino County)

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