Cleveland is the second manliest city in Ohio, and ninth in the nation, according to a new study released by Bert Sperling and COMBOS pretzel snacks.

“America’s Manliest Cities” survey looks at factors such as the number of professional sports teams, popularity of power tools, frequency of monster truck rallies and the number of home improvement stores and motorcycle sales.

Toledo was the highest-ranked city in Ohio and No. 8 nationally, followed by Cleveland (No. 9), Cincinnati (No. 12), and Dayton (No. 18).

Oklahoma City took the the No. 1 spot and claimed the title of “America’s Manliest City.”

San Diego ranked last out of the 50 cities surveyed, earning it the dubious distinction of “America’s Least Manly City.”

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