According to a study by Movoto, Florida has been named the most stressed out state in the U.S. The interactive study broke down some of the biggest issues within every state, and Florida tops the list with the third worst combination of uninsured and unemployed natives.
Florida ranked as the third worst state when it came to both the percentage of the population without health insurance (25.8 percent) and unemployment rate (11.3 percent)
Florida also racked up the highest average of hours worked (22). The study also included the amount of hours in traffic, population density, and the amount of income spent on housing needs. The numbers used in the study stemmed from the U.S. Census from 2008-2012.
The other states rounding out the top 5 most stressed include Georgia, New Jersey, California and Nevada.
The least stressed out state was North Dakota. Check out more details behind the study here.
SOURCE: Movoto | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty