10 - Niagara Falls, NY
How many syllables are there in "Niagara"? People commonly pronounce it with only three, and so they forget that there is an extra 'a' in there which makes it look like four syllables.
9 - Phoenix, AZ
Apparently many people aren't familiar with the mythical bird that rises from the dead after bursting into flames. Maybe the city was so named because the residents feel like they're on fire every day in the summer. Either way, people seem to always accidentally spell it "Pheonix" or "Phenix" or even "Phonix".
8 - Manhattan, NY
Now this seems like it should be an easier name to spell, they keep two 't's in there unlike some of the later cities on this list. Those double letters can be tricky, I suppose.
7 - Worcester, MA
The spelling of this city makes it feel like a tongue-twister, especially since i's spelling doesn't resemble itspronunciation at all. Is is "Wuhster" or "Worchester" or "Worster" or "Wooster?"
6 - Asheville, NC
The silent 'e' will get you every time. Anyone who doesn't live here will have trouble remembering that not only does 'ville' have an 'e', as expected, but so too does 'ashe'.
5 - Culpeper, VA
Why aren't there two 'p's?? Restaurants, celebrities, companies, and even simple spices know to have names with two 'p's when you say the word "pepper." This city elected to drop a 'p' though and now they're stuck being one of the most misspelled cities in America.
4 - Albuquerque, NM
This city just has far too many vowels. It's like a tongue twister for your fingers. If you write it out phonetically making sure to put 'que' together each time, you have a pretty good shot at spelling it correctly. Try to type too fast, though, and you're probably going to spell it wrong.
3 - Cincinnati, OH
This name is just cruel. Everything we learn growing up tells us that there should be two 't's in there. Instead, they dropped a 't' and added an 'n' which most people get backwards entirely.
2 - Tucson, AZ
My two sons moved to sunny Tucson too soon. They forgot to learn how to spell the name of the city after only saying it out loud for too long.
1 - Pittsburgh, PA
This city of steel takes the crown as the most misspelled city of all. You could forget to add a second 't', or maybe put in an 'e' instead of a 'u'. Or you might make it all the way to the end and simply forget the silent 'h' on the end. Any way you go about it, people just can't seem to get it spelled right.