Nope. We actually have a lot of Jeep drivers where I work.
2014 JKR Granite Crystal, 5.13 Auto: RK X Factor 2.5 Inch Lift, Artec Front and Rear Truss, Artec Rear LCA Mounts/Skids, Poison Spyder HD Crossmember, Rock Hard Gas/TC/Evap/Oil Skids, Rough Country Front & Rear Diff Sliders, Nitto Trail Grapplers 37x12.5x17, Pro Comp 97 Series Wheels, Synergy Weld On Rear Trackbar Bracket, PSC Hydroassist, T6 Aluminum Tie Rod, G2 Gold Chromoly Axle Shaft.
I park in the doctors parking area at work, and JKs are the most represented vehicle there. We have 4 JKs parked in the 10 parking spots. We have a green two door with stock suspension and 285/75R-17 BFG KM-2s, a black four door with a 4" Pro Comp lift and 35" Toyo MTs, a white four door with a 3.5" AEV lift and 35" BFG AT KOs, and my Granite Crystal two door with a 3" Teraflex/Synergy lift and 37" Toyo MTs.
2014 Wrangler Sport: Teraflex/Synergy 3" suspension lift, Fox 2.0 reservoir shocks, Tom Wood 1350 driveshafts, Dynatrac ProRock 60s w/ 4.56 gears and Eaton electric lockers, Warn front locking hubs, Currie Anti-rock front swaybar, Fox ATS, 37" Toyo MTs on 17x8.5 Vision Warlords, Poison Spyder bumpers and rocker guards, Warn M8000s winch, Teraflex tailgate hinge & spare tire carrier, Mopar head liner
My Jeep is definitely lonely at work as I work downtown D.C. and the place is full of politically correct Prius', Subaru's or Volts. If you are a left-leaning politician or attorney, the last vehicle on your list is a Jeep.
That being said, my jeep is the best city car I have owned. Great visibility, short doors for tight spots, no curb rash on the rims, I care a lot less about door dings, if I have to jump a curb to get around tight spot - no problem, most cars stay out of my way. Who knew, the JKUR is a great city car