10 cities most, least likely to bounce back from pandemic, per Moody’s Analytics

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Boise, Idaho, and Denver are among the U.S. cities with the best potential for recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, while Detroit and Los Angeles are among the cities that will struggle the most to recover, a new analysis shows, according to Forbes.

The analysis, from Moody’s Analytics, considered several measures, including population density, educational attainment and regional exposure to COVID-19. For more information on the data, click here.

Note: Cities are listed alphabetically in both lists.

The 10 cities best-positioned to recover:

● Boise, Idaho
● Denver
● Durham, N.C.
● Madison, Wis.
● Provo, Utah
● Raleigh, N.C.
● Salt Lake City
● San Jose, Calif.
● Tucson, Ariz.
● Washington, D.C.

The 10 cities worst-positioned to recover:

● Detroit
● Honolulu, Hawaii
● Los Angeles
● McAllen, Texas
● Miami
● New Haven, Conn.
● New York City
● Philadelphia
● Stockton, Calif.
● Tampa, Fla.

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