Philly still sucks, but not as much as Memphis or Detroit. 

That's the verdict of a survey by website Wallethub.com, which ranked the 62 largest cities in the U.S. according to which is the best  best and worst places to live in of the 62 largest U.S. cities.

If you aren't familiar with Wallethub, they're known for ranking cities by metrics like crime, schools, how easy it is to drive there, and how healthy its citizens are. The liveability index constitutes a kind of ranking of rankings. 

To boot: Philadelphia is the 3rd-worst place to be a driver, is 10th worst for taxes, and it ranks 36 out of 62 in taxes. The schools are kind of crappy, but then again, water is wet.