It turns out, not only is Maryland unhealthy when it comes to pollution, it would seem that it’s corrupt too.
They compiled the list by comparing the number of convictions with the total population.
The Justice Department data gives the number of people convicted of public corruption between 2002 and 2011.
South Carolina and New Hampshire, with no more than 1.3 convictions per 100,000, are among the least corrupt states in the nation.
Louisiana, with nearly 9 convictions per 100,000 people, topped the list of the most corrupt states.
Here’s the full list: