Wallet Hub just dropped their newest study, and let's just say Texas has officially been exposed.



In the scandalous Wallet Hub study, they ranked each state based on the Seven Deadly Sins like lust, greed, and anger. It is not particularly surprising to see California and Nevada holding down the top 2 spots. 

California is full of money, entertainment, and fun that could get many into trouble and Nevada is the city of sin after all. However, Texas is right there in the top 10 most sinful states.



Texas might have southern hospitality but behind every smile, there might be a sin. Well, at least that's what the numbers might point to. Check out some of the Texas specs:

  • Anger and Hatred: #30 
  • Jealousy: #10 
  • Excesses and Vice: #35 
  • Greed: #43 
  • Lust: #2

In Jealousy, Texas was ranked #10 in the nation. However, that's nothing compared to Lust, which was the biggest sin in the Lone Star State. With all that being said, Texans seem to be a more generous state, since they scored #43 in Greed.

Check out all the sinners below in the WalletHub 'Most Sinful States' study:

  1. Nevada
  2. California
  3. Louisiana
  4. Florida
  5. Pennsylvania
  6. Texas
  7. Tennessee
  8. Illinois
  9. South Carolina
  10. New York
  11. Maryland
  12. North Carolina
  13. Oklahoma
  14. Alabama
  15. Arizona
  16. Arkansas
  17. Colorado
  18. Delaware
  19. Mississippi
  20. Ohio
  21. New Jersey
  22. Georgia
  23. Missouri
  24. Washington
  25. New Mexico
  26. Virginia
  27. Michigan
  28. Kentucky
  29. Kansas
  30. Alaska
  31. Indiana
  32. Rhode Island
  33. Hawaii
  34. West Virginia
  35. Oregon
  36. Wisconsin
  37. Montana
  38. Massachusetts
  39. Minnesota
  40. North Dakota
  41. Maine
  42. Nebraska
  43. Utah
  44. South Dakota
  45. Connecticut
  46. Iowa
  47. Vermont
  48. New Hampshire
  49. Idaho
  50. Wyoming

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