What Does Kansas Have the Most Of?

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Estately has compiled this map and list of what each state has more of per capita than any other. Some are good, some are bad, but all are unique to that specific state.

ARIZONA—U.F.O. sightings

With over four UFO sightings for every 100,000 people Arizona had the most reported UFO sightings of any state. Maine was second.

CALIFORNIA—People who brag on social media

77% of Californians surveyed say they frequently engage in self-promotion on social media, the highest in the country.

COLORADO—unvaccinated children

Colorado ranks highest for children who have not been vaccinated for measles, mumps, and rubella—19.9% of kindergartners.

FLORIDA—shark attacks

The Sunshine State comes in first place for highest Cesarean delivery rate, fatal boating accidents, identity theft and… “shark attacks”.

GEORGIA—panda bears

There are a few pandas at zoos in D.C, San Diego, and Memphis, but Georgia’s Zoo Atlanta has the most pandas of any American zoo (5) because Lui Lui and Yang Yang are highly successful at mating.

HAWAII—people who identify as LGBT

According to a Gallup Poll, Hawaii has the highest percentage (5.1%) of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. North Dakota had the lowest percentage—1.7%.

ILLINOIS—people who tip

According to a recent study by Square, people in Illinois tip on 61% of transactions, the most of any state, and far more than last place Delaware—38%. However, a recent Gallup poll found 50% of people in Illinois would move to a different state if they could, which was the highest in America.

INDIANA—apathetic voters

In the 2014 mid-term elections a whopping 72% of registered voters in Indiana stayed away from the polls, the highest in the country.

KANSAS—pornography pageviews

According to Pornhub, the state of Kansas had 194 pageviews per capita, which was more than 2.5 times as much as last place Arkansas.

LOUISIANA—people in prison

The state puts more people in the NFL per capita than any other state. Unfortunately, the same goes for prison—one out of every 75 people in the state. That’s 13 times more than in China. Louisiana is also tops for murders, STIs, and electricity consumption (air conditioners?).

MARYLAND—millionaires/Democrats

Maryland has the highest concentration of millionaires and Democrats.

MASSACHUSETTS—liberals

Massachusetts is tops for Obama approval ratings, people who identify as “liberals,” energy efficiency, people with health insurance, and primary care physicians.

MICHIGAN—engineers

Michigan has the most lighthouses and the most engineers per capita.

MINNESOTA—turkeys

Nearly 15% of Minnesota residents have a boating license, it has the lowest rate of heart attacks, and it’s tops for total number of turkeys produced.

MISSISSIPPI—conservatives

Mississippi is tops for poverty, obesity, gonorrhea, high blood pressure, infant mortality, unemployment, access to high-speed internet, people who can’t afford food, residents on food stamps, and total deaths.

MISSOURI—meth lab incidents

The Show Me State is tops for meth lab incidents (1,825 in 2012), which is 16.3% of all in America.

NEVADA—Facebook users

Nevada is tops for divorce, robberies, dropping out of high school, being unemployed or underemployed… you know, all the usual stuff people share on Facebook.

NEW JERSEY—people who don’t get divorced

Sure, a higher percentage of people are moving out of New Jersey than any other state, but those that stay can enjoy long-lasting marriages because New Jersey has the lowest divorce rate in the country.

NEW YORK—lawyers

The most lawyers per capita—8.5 per 1,000.

NORTH CAROLINA—snake bites

North Carolina has the highest rate of snake bites in America.

OHIO—potty mouths

A recent study found Ohio residents swears the most. They also commit the most metal thefts.

OREGON—selling cigarettes to children

Oregon is seeing the highest inbound migration of any state, and the highest percentage of kids who buy smokes? The state is also tops for non-medical painkiller use.

PENNSYLVANIA—listening to holiday music

According to AccuRadio, Pennsylvania streamed more hours of holiday music per capita than any other state. Meanwhile, neighboring New Jersey proved to be the most bah humbug of the bunch by streaming the least.

TENNESSEE—megachurches

Tennessee has 67 megachurches, which comes out the most per capita of any state.

TEXAS—pet tigers

With an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 pet tigers in Texas the state has more per capita than any other U.S. state. Not only that, there are more tigers in Texas than exist in the wild.

WISCONSIN—whooping cough

In addition to the most recorded cases of whooping cough per capita (2012-2014) Wisconsin was also tops for black men incarcerated—13%, binge drinking, and leukemia (16.2 per 100,000).