A CITY in Sussex has once again been named as one of the worst places to live in the country.

Chichester has been ranked in the top 50 worst place to live in the country, according to a new survey by the satirical website iLiveHere.

Last year, the city ranked 47th on the list, and this year it has climbed four places to reach 43rd.

According to the website, Chichester is “the most superficial and snobbish town in England”.

The website says: “The most shallow, snobbish and superficial people in Britain live in dumps like Chichester on the South Coast, a place indescribably bad.

“Elsewhere in the UK the people are real, genuine people and there are still independent shops.

“Chichester is just a dump full of chain shops and snobbish, arrogant, shallow idiots who are so far up their own a*** they dare not blow their nose in case they fart.

"They like to think of themselves as intelligent and superior to everyone else, that is why they just about all talk down to you and patronise other people.

“In fact, they are no more, and usually less, intelligent than most people.

"Their stupidity is disguised, very poorly, by fake posh accents which make them sound like even bigger a******** than they are already.

“Most of the towns listed here away from the South Coast are a hundred times better than Chichester, which should really be fenced off so decent people can ot go there and left to stew in its own filth.

“Chichester, at least it’s not Bognor Regis.”

The survey, which is conducted annually, took a poll of 110,172 people, who voted where the top 50 worst places to live in the country were.

Chichester was the only place in Sussex to be included on the list.

Aylesbury has been crowned the worst place to live in the UK, shortly followed by Huddersfield, Luton and Liverpool.

Bradford, Slough, Jaywick in Essex, Corby and Bolton made up the top ten.

Last year, Peterborough was voted the worst place to live in the country for the third year in a row.

Have you got a story for us? Email news@theargus.co.uk or contact us here.

Follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to keep up with all the latest news.

Sign up to our newsletter to get updates sent straight to your inbox.

You can also call us on 01273 021 400.