Depending on how you want to live your life, this is either a list of states that sound WILD and exciting . . . or places you should stay away from. Hmmmm, well I know us Minnesotans are good folk, when in our own state.

WalletHub.com just released its annual list ranking the states from the most to least SINFUL.

For the study, they use lots of different statistics to represent the seven deadly sins.  For instance, the sin of jealousy is represented by things like thefts and fraud.  Greed is based on things like casinos and charity rates.  You get the picture.

And based on all that, the most sinful state in the country is . . . Nevada.  Which markets itself that way, so it looks like they nailed it.

The 10 most sinful states are:  Nevada . . . California . . . Texas . . . Georgia . . . Florida . . . Louisiana . . . Tennessee . . . South Carolina . . . Illinois . . . and Mississippi.

And the 10 least sinful are:  Wyoming . . . Idaho . . . Vermont . . . Utah . . . New Hampshire . . . Iowa . . . Maine . . . North Dakota . . . Nebraska . . . and Minnesota.