I have had people say to me in my travels "Oh you live in fly over country, do people actually live there? Are the people there hillbillies and rednecks?
Here are some I have been guilty of and I am sorry. We have a term among some groups in "flyover country" and this term is coasties. Coasties to some are considered people that do not realize there is a center portion to the USA and cannot survive sleeping outdoors under the stars in a cattle pasture.
There are also the townies. The term townies, townies are sometimes looked upon with suspicion by rural people. Townies sometimes don't understand why things are done the way they are since they are not used to the way rural people do thing.
We also have the term citiot. I first heard the term citiot in northern Minnesota in a place some call the wasteland. A large area where there are no towns over 500 people and the towns are very far apart. The term has spread in rural areas but seems to never be heard by city dwellers.
The citiot does not refer to all city people. It is for those that go out into the boonies seeking out the places where no buildings or roads exist outside of a few homes miles and miles apart from each other and then try and teach the locals skills they learned from a magazine or on the internet. It becomes apparent quickly that these people have been getting bad information struggle quite badly.
I have reformed and try and tell rural people that coasties, townies, and citiots, are people too but this gets the objection of some people.
I wonder if there are some other prejudices out there that I am not aware of.