Let me first preface there's nothing wrong with being a redneck.  Depending on your definition.  Our airwaves roll through several redneck towns and we're damn proud of it.  We embrace it. This article is obviously meant to be humorous, and not be an insult to anyone.

Let's face it if you live in any city in North Dakota "You might be a redneck."  Remember Jeff Foxworthy?  He's the guy that made being a redneck cool.  This guy spoke the truth and I think for the most part people agreed.  At least common sense people.  "If you clean your ears with a car key, you might be a redneck."  "If you've ever cut your grass and found a car, you might be a redneck."  If you're Dad walks you to school because you're in the same grade, you might be a redneck."  Remember those classic lines?  Well, let's reacquaint you with classic Jeff Foxworthy.  Check out this video below.

I recently conducted a survey on air of the most redneck towns our listeners have been to in North Dakota.  I received hundreds of phone calls, app chat messages, and messages on our Facebook page.  I then had to put my 2 years of college math to the test and total up the towns.

I guess the only thing that maybe surprised me a bit was that only one town from eastern North Dakota made the top 11.  After spending most of my life on the east side of the state, I can tell you first hand there are plenty of redneck towns besides the one mentioned coming up.

Okay, let's have a little fun, let the air out of your boss's tires, and show you the Top 11 Redneck Towns in North Dakota.

Check Out North Dakota's 11 Biggest Redneck Towns


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