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Research Synopsis: The Most Boring States Idaho, with its 55% marriage rate and 7th-lowest population density, is the most boring state in the United States. North Dakota, the most overlooked state, is the most overlooked state.

74.3% of Most boring states

Conclusions from Studies of the Ten Least Interesting States
  • U.S.A.'s most uninteresting state S is Idaho, where the marriage rate sits at 55% and where there is the 7th lowest population density in the US

  • A mere 3% of Americans even consider visiting North Dakota, making it the least visited state in the country. 2%, with only 15% of U.S. residents having visited the state at any point

  • Lubbock, Texas, is the most uninteresting city in the United States because it has neither a high concentration of cultural institutions nor a wide variety of restaurants serving different cuisines.

Some locations seem to always have something going on, whether it's beachside celebrations or late-night revelry at the local watering holes.

The states we will discuss today are the most boring in America, so don't expect to find any of those things there.

There are some states where your grandfather will feel right at home reminiscing about the simpler, better times of his youth.

Moreover, we don't mean this as an insult, so please don't assume that. We'd love to move to Idaho, the most boring state, where we can spend all day analyzing data without having to worry about any of these wild kids interrupting us.

If only our spouses would give us permission to

Without further ado, then, let's take a look at the most dull states in the United States:

The most monotonous state in the United States is indeed Idaho, as we've already mentioned. It seems that the majority of residents are families who enjoy eating potatoes.

Don't take our word on that last bit, but keep reading to find out how we came up with the top ten and what factors we considered.

The Methods We Used to Rank the Least Interesting US States

If you want to know what's dull, who better to ask than a group of data nerds who await each new Bureau of Labor Statistics report with bated breath?

To understand why we're so dull, we only needed to look at the jokes made about us in the office: we're old, we're married, we have kids, we live in the suburbs. (I, for one, am an 80-year-old grandpa trapped in a 31-year-old's body.)

We then went to our second-favorite data set, the most recent American Community Survey data from the Census Bureau covering the years 2012-2016, to find the following tedious criteria that corresponds to the aforementioned nouns:

  • The percentage of the population that is 60 or older (the higher, the less interesting)

  • The percentage of Americans married by age 15 or older (a high number is boring).

  • The percentage of homes that contain children (more kids = more boring)

  • In terms of population density, a lower number is more monotonous.

Are you still with us, or have we already bored you to death?

If you're still reading, we ranked every state from 1 (the most boring) to 50 (the most exciting) across all four criteria after we compiled all the data. Then, we calculated an overall "Boring Score" by averaging the four ratings; the lowest possible score indicates the most boring result.

When there were ties, they went to the smaller country.

It's nice when facts back up one's assumptions, and it turns out that Idaho is, statistically speaking, the dullest state in the union.

1. Idaho

Idaho|Id, ID

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Total population: 1,635,483

Searching "Idaho stereotypes" on Google will bring up articles describing in great detail how State Senators in Idaho live in trailer parks and how Idahoans only eat meat and potatoes. Normal, mundane things

According to our data, Idaho has the second highest percentage of married people (behind only Utah... but more on that later) and the seventh highest density and seventh highest percentage of households with children.

Now you know the secret of Idaho's rural thrill seekers.

South Dakota, No. 2

South-Dakota|Sd, SD

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851 058 people live there.

Before beginning this article, I knew two things about South Dakota: (1) it is home to Mount Rushmore, and (2) it is located to the south of North Dakota.

After researching and writing this piece, I feel like I know just about everything there is to know about South Dakota.

That's right, it's pretty dull (unless you enjoy the rough and free atmosphere of the Badlands). Suddenly, it's not as dull.

Thirdly, the State of Nebraska

Nebraska|Ne, NE

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With a total of 1,881,259 people, the population is at its highest.

Think of Nebraska as a slightly more exciting version of Idaho; the same factors brought it here.

When you combine a large serving of chili with a freshly baked cinnamon roll, something crazy happens in Nebraska. Because that's about as Midwestern as it gets.

Just so you know, I would give it a shot.

4. Wyoming

Wyoming|Wy, WY

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Inhabitants: 583,029

Wyoming is the second least populous state in the United States, behind only the vast tundra of ice that is Alaska, and there is nothing to do there.

However, I do mean it figuratively when I say that Wyoming has a high number of weddings (ranked third highest rate) and a large number of cowboys.

But you know you're going to get bored when you're traveling between locations based on how many hours it takes rather than how many miles you've traveled.

5. Kansas

Kansas|Ks, KS

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Inhabitants: 2,898,292

It seems to me, based solely on my mental map of the United States, that the more rectangular a state's shape, the less interesting its residents are. For instance, Kansas is a boring old rectangle with four dull corners.

I'd read the data, but it's boring; every state in the Midwest is the same color of boring.

Okay, enough about that, though; let's instead discuss the state of affairs in Kansas's most exciting event: the BBQ. Yes please

6. Iowa

Iowa|Ia, IA

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The total number of people: 3,106,589

The first minor shift in the numbers dictating why a state should make the top ten Even though there are a lot of families in Iowa, that doesn't make the state dull.

Actually, Iowa is dull because... wait for it... it's old

It's older than most of the top ten, sure, but not as old as the residents of Florida (the state with the oldest population in the United States, in case you were wondering).

7. Utah

Utah|Ut, UT

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Two Million Nine Hundred Forty-Eight Hundred And Fourty

We've compiled a list of the ten most boring states in America, and Utah stands out like a sore thumb among them. Even though the state is essentially a box with a chimney, it still made the top ten not because of its aesthetics but because of the standards by which it was judged.

In fact, the state of Utah has the lowest percentage of Americans aged 60 and up.

BUT

As well as having the highest rate of marriage and the highest rate of parenthood in the United States, it also has the highest rate of people living in two-parent households

With respect to the share of households with children, the gap between Utah and second-place Texas is the same as that between Texas and twenty-first-place Wyoming.

Imagine how many people spend their weekends doing nothing but visiting art galleries and religious centers.

8. Montana

Montana|Mt, MT

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One Thousand Two Hundred Thirty-Nine Thousand And Ninety-One

Although I was pumped up to pen that brief about Utah, my visit to Montana quickly brought me back to sleepiness.

A lot of retirees live in Montana. It's like being in Florida, except with more retirees and fewer things to do.

Comparable to relocating Florida to the Midwest and providing each resident with a ranch in place of a high-rise oceanfront apartment.

Counted as No. 9, Minnesota

Minnesota|Mn, MN

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An estimated 5,450,868 people call California home.

As an example, a normal brain scan result is considered a good thing in the medical field.

Minnesota submitted to our dull test and obtained a normal score. When you stop and give it some consideration, that is impressive.

When compared to other states, Alaska was slightly more dull across the board, but not significantly so.

10. Maine

Maine|Me, ME

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Estimated Total Population: 1,329,923

On our tour of the most uninteresting states in the United States, we have finally reached the coast.

Also, we're on the coast, but this isn't one of those coastal states that's constantly in the spotlight.

Maine has the second-lowest percentage of households with children and the second-highest percentage of residents aged 60 and older.

So now when I think of Maine I picture a bunch of retirees living in log cabins and dining on lobster.

Relaxing after that Extremely Exciting Collection of Dull States

We're glad you found our ranking of the most uninteresting states in the United States to be entertaining.

It seems unlikely that could happen.

Here's to ending the debate about which state has the dullest residents by curling up with a good book at bedtime with the kids.

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