Well, what do you know? Idaho is pretty wholesome. At least according to Wallethub. The personal-finance company that performs lots of studies about U.S. States and their attributes found that Idaho is the "third-least sinful state;" it fell at No. 48 on the list. That's an improvement from last year when Idaho landed at No. 45.

As for those states that take sinning a little more seriously, the study found that Florida and Texas were at the top of the list. While Nevada came in as the most sinful state in the Union. Wallethub compared all 50 states across 47 indicators ranging "violent crimes per capita to excessive drinking to share of the population with gambling disorders."