In all 50 states, there are some good and bad locations for a steady relationship. According to a nationwide study of 127,070 adults, conducted by assistant psychology professor Bill Chopik and Matt Motyl, they found out some interesting facts that have to do with stereotypes.
“When I think of New York, I think of the anxious Woody Allen type, and New York had one of the highest scores for attachment anxiety,” said Chopik according to Yahoo News. “California, on the other hand, seems like a romantic place with beautiful sunsets, oceans and warm weather. And Utah residents are known to be very nice, warm and generous, which many people attribute to the large Mormon population.”
Both Utah and California are some of the good states. Here are the others, including the bad states.
Top 10 Best:
6. North Carolina
10. California, Maine, Washington
Top 10 worst:
1. North Dakota
4. South Dakota
5. Rhode Island
7. South Carolina
9. New York