Texas is the fourth most sinful state in America, according to a new Wallethub study.
The personal finance website reached its findings by ranking all 50 states across 38 key indicators of immorality, including violent crimes per capita, excessive drinking, and share of the population with gambling disorders.
Oklahoma also ranked high on the list, landing at number 17, and Colorado just made the top half of the list, falling at number 24. The other states in the HPPR listening area were in the bottom half of the rankings. Kansas fell at number 36, while Nebraska landed near the bottom at number 42.
Florida was found to be the most sinful state, with California close behind at number 2. Vermont was found to be the least sinful state.
Interestingly, Texas ranked number one in the lust category, a ranking determined by teen birth rate, Google porn searches, and average time spent on adult websites.