New York has lost its title as the rudest city in the United States.
Falling from its number one ranking last year, our fair city currently takes the title of third most impolite city in the country, according to a reader survey by Travel and Leisure Magazine.
The Big Apple was dethroned by Miami. Sunny, beach-filled, tourist-friendly Miami.
According to the post, Miami is becoming "snobby" thanks to the ultra high-end stores and an influx of wealthy people, and their expensive condos. Travel and Leisure's surveyed readers describe Miami residents as aloof.
Phoenix, Arizona came in second place. Despite rising on the rudeness scale in recent years (No. 12 in 2014 to No. 8 in 2015), Phoenix was also named in the survey as a great place for affordability, and, strangely, good driving.
Travel and Leisure speculates that New York City's bronze medal might be due to tourists knowing what to expect when they visit the city. The aggressiveness may come as less of a surprise, especially since there's been everything from hilarious online PSAs and subway etiquette campaigns, to guides for slow walkers who want to visit NYC. That or New Yorkers are becoming a little nicer. Maybe.