(Washington Times) A recent study determined that D.C. is the worst-run city in the country.
WalletHub looked at the 150 most populous cities in the U.S. to evaluate how efficiently city leaders manage public funds.
The finance website compared the quality of services its residents receive against the city’s total budget per capita.
At the other extreme, Nampa, Idaho, received the highest score for total budget per capita and was named the survey’s best-run city.
Some of the other best-run cities, according to WalletHub, were neighboring Boise (2nd), Fort Wayne, Indiana (3rd), Nashua, New Hampshire (4th) and Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky (5th).