The Most Sinful States In The U.S.


While Las Vegas is known as Sin City, Nevada isn’t the only place in the country where people get a bit wild, and maybe even nasty. People in all states have their various vices, although there’s no doubt some states are way more sinful than others. 

Well, WalletHub has just come out with their list of the Most Sinful States in the Country, judging states on 38 key indicators that fall into seven categories – Anger & Hatred, Jealousy, Excesses and Vices, Lust, Vanity and Laziness.

So, which state is the most sinful? Well, that would be Florida, with a WalletHub Vice Index of 57.27 out of 100. Florida ranks number one for jealousy, and in the Top Ten for lust, vanity and laziness, although they are low on the list for excesses and vices, at 44.

Top Ten Most Sinful States in the U.S.

  1. Florida
  2. California
  3. Nevada
  4. Texas
  5. Georgia
  6. Tennessee
  7. Illinois
  8. Michigan
  9. Arkansas
  10. Louisiana 

On the flipside, Vermont ranked dead last on the list with an overall index score of just 25.62, coming in last for jealousy and lust, and pretty low for vanity and laziness, although it does rank in the Top Ten for greed at number nine. 

The Ten Least Sinful States in the U.S.

  1. Vermont
  2. North Dakota
  3. Maine
  4. Utah
  5. Iowa
  6. Wyoming
  7. New Hampshire
  8. Idaho
  9. Nebraska
  10. South Dakota 

Source: WalletHub


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