There are, of course, lots of studies ranking one thing against another. Some are more viable than others. But they're usually somewhat interesting.
WalletHub, a personal finance website, has taken a whole bunch of data points including age, gender, income, and household make-up to rank cities on how "typically American" they are, based on how close they are to the national average.
Number 340 out of 366 on the list? Washington, DC.