Michigan Makes List of Most Sinful States
Let's face it, in every state and city you will find your share of crime, rough neighborhoods and yes sin. I have lived in 9 cities and states in my radio career, and there were always good, and not so good, things to find in the area. These days you can find whatever you're looking for in just about every town.
When moving to a new city, it's always good to google the crime rate in that area and surrounding areas to get idea of what it's like. I always do, even before I moved to Lansing I googled a lot of different cities in the area. Not just for the crime rate, but for things to do, restaurants, shopping nearby, and get an idea what it's like to live there.
Some states are more well behaved than others says wallethub.com. In order to determine the states that most give in to their desires, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 47 key indicators of immoral or illicit behavior. Their data set ranges from violent crimes per capita to excessive drinking to the share of the population with gambling disorders.
Yes, you guessed it. Nevada was number 1. Mainly because of Las Vegas (you know the old saying "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas"). I lived there for 7 years, and if you stay away from the strip it is a good place to live. There are some great nearby communities to live like Henderson and Summerlin.
Michigan came in at number 17 for the most sinful states. Here is the Top 10.
- South Carolina