The Top 50 Sexiest Accents In The USA – Ranked

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Following on from a sample survey results of our 1.5million social audience, we have the official ranking of the sexiest – and least sexy – accents in the USA.

Consider yourself very lucky if your accent is among the Top 10…

50th. Long Islander
49th. New Jersey
48th. Minnesotan
47th. Alaskan
46th. California Valley
45th. Southern Ohioan
44th. Floridian
43rd. Pittsburgh
42nd. Cincinnati
41st. Pennsylvania Dutch
40th. Appalachian
39th. Colorado
38th. Providence
37th. Tallahassee
36th. Ozark
35th. “Hoi Toider”
34th. San Francisco
33rd. Hudson Valley
32nd. General American
31st. Atlanta
30th. New Mexican
29th. Milwaukee
28th. Western
27th. Charleston
26th. Kentucky
25th. New Orleans
24th. Oklahoma
23rd. Cleveland
22nd. Connecticut
21st. Kansas
20th. Tennesseean
19th. Virginia Piedmont
18th. Baltimorese
17th. Alabama
16th. Midwestern
15th. Cajun
14th. Yooper
13th. Miami
12th. Chicano
11th. Northwestern

10th. Californian

The typical Californian accents sounds similar to General American, meaning to American ears it isn’t an accent at all. But we’re here to tell you that it is. Vowels are super long, so yep, dude really does become ‘duuuuuude’. But it sounds hella sexay.

9th. St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri has some unique features of its own that make it different than the rest of the Midlands. Native speakers swap the ”ar” sound for “or” (as in “farty” for “forty” and “carn” for “corn”), so get ready to make the joke ‘I Farty-Far’ a lot.

8th. Philadelphia

One of the world’s most unique dialects is in the Delaware Valley – the infamous Philly talk. The words “fight” and “bike” sound more like “foit” and “boik,” while “very” becomes “vurry”. It’s a thick accent, but hey, if it’s good enough for Will Smith…

7th. Hawaiian

Hawaiian is a Polynesian language, so it’s slow vowels and elongated words that together sound so relaxing you’ll never want to stop listening. America’s only official bilingual state, native speakers mix Pidgin and English, so the “r”s are generally dropped.

6th. Mississippi

A classic ‘Deep South’ accent, when Mississippians say “e”, they make it sound more like “uhay”. Watch The Help starring Emma Stone and Octavia Spencer for the perfect example.

5th. Chicago

Where to begin? Some hate it, but turns out a LOT love it. Words like “but” and “cut” sound a bit more like “bought” and “caught”, and you’re not “looking at a picture”, you’re “lookin’ atta pitcher.”

4th. Mainer

The Maine accent is surprisingly popular, ayuh! If you’re a real “Mainah”, you’ll drop your ‘r’s, go to “yoger” class instead of yoga and add in wicked to make every adjective extra powerful.

3rd. New York

The New York accent is probably one of the most recognisable dialects in all of America, thanks to many a famous movie. NYC speakers have loooong vowels and short ‘a’s. Fast and hypernasal, yet quite charming at times.

2nd. Bostonian

One of America’s most imitated and parodied accents, Boston almost comes out on top of the country’s sexiest accents. And yes, just like Mahhhhk Wahlberg, locals really do say “pahk yuh cahr in hahvuhd yahd”.

1st. Texan

Who can resist a slow, Texan drawl? Not us, and not our community, clearly. The typical Texan accent is a “Southern accent with a twist”, with strong ‘r’s and plenty of ‘Howdy’s’. America’s sexiest accent? We’d have to agree.

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