8 U.S. Cities with the Least Tattoos
The residents in these towns are ink-free -- the only sleeves they wear are made of cotton
No. 7: Bennington, Vt.Edging out the city of Brattleboro for the fewest tattoo parlors per capita in the state of Vermont, the scenic town of Bennington averages two listed tattoo parlors for 15,737 people. Known more for its historic landmarks than a bustling art scene, Bennington seems to be filled with mostly middle-aged family types and senior citizens. (Like Wyoming, the 65-and-up population makes up 14 percent of the residents, according to the Harris Interactive poll.) Apparently, grandma and grandpa aren't exactly fans of inked half-sleeves.
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