Wallethub, a website that helps consumers monitor their personal finances, has crunched some data and released a list of “the most sinful cities in America, basing their rankings on “27 indicators of evil deeds.”
The company included the top 150 most populous cities in the mix and assessed whether people in each location — based on the aforementioned specific deeds — are “behaving badly.”
“Las Vegas isn’t the only sinful place in America. In other cities, bad things happen and stay there, too,” a description reads. “From beer-loving Milwaukee to hedonistic New Orleans, the U.S. is filled with people behaving badly.”
Not surprisingly, Las Vegas, Nevada, topped the list, with St. Louis, Missouri, and Cincinnati, Ohio, following.
Interestingly, the fourth most sinful city in America was Orlando, Florida, according to the metrics — home to Disney World, among other popular family friendly theme parks.
In the fifth slot came Springfield, Missouri, with Miami, Florida, Richmond, Virginia, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and New Orleans, Louisiana, following:
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