The results are in from Condé Nast’s annual Readers’ Choice Survey and Charleston, S.C. comes in at the nation’s friendliest city. No big surprise. They've topped the list before. And, as someone who has visited there over a dozen times, I can say from personal experience how true it is. My wife and I have rarely had a bad experience in Charleston. It's our go-to vacation, and we make the trek down I-26 almost every year.

Checking in at number ten? Asheville, NC.

Conde Nast said this about Asheville:

Nestled amid national forests, Asheville is “a beautiful city with a small-town feel and a wonderful bohemian vibe.” “Friendly people” fill the “artistic community” with “positive energy” and “beautiful paintings, [and] photography and crafts of all kinds.” “Farm-to-table” and “vegetarian” restaurants dominate the dining scene, as does “local organic beer.” Must-visit spots include Early Girl Eatery for breakfast and Cúrate for tapas, and the beautiful gardens of the North Carolina Arboretum.

Least friendly? Newark, New Jersey, followed by Oakland, CA.

For the full list (friendly and unfriendly), CLICK HERE.