Ah, Washington, D.C. -- the Nation's Capital, home to the president, Congress, the Washington Monument and a multitude of free tourists attractions.
As with any big city, D.C. also comes with the pain of traffic, parking and high living expenses. But is it really the worst-run U.S. city?
According to a new study by WalletHub, out of 150 U.S. cities, D.C. is the worst-city of them all.
The study measures the cities based on finical stability, high school graduation rate, infant mortality rate, violent crime rate, population in poverty, quality of roads and air pollution.
D.C. has one of the lowest high school graduation rates compared to the other cities measured in the study. Overall, WalletHub ranked D.C. dead last in best-run city in America.
In another category, the financial website ranked D.C. 90 out of 150 for "quality of city services."