Apparently the United States of America can be a shameful place.

The map was originally produced by and the Cartographic Research Lab at the University of Alabama and pulls its information from a variety of sources and lays out some of the worst things about each state according to statistics. Some states didn't fare too badly--like Idaho--but others... well, hang your head in shame Mississippi.

Remember, this is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek but some of the statistics may actually shock you.

Here's a rundown of all 50 states:

1. Alabama: highest rate of stroke (3.8%) (tied with Oklahoma).

2. Alaska: highest suicide rate (23.6 suicides per 100,000 people in 2004).

3. Arizona: highest rate of alcoholism.

4. Arkansas: worst average credit score (636).

5. California: most air pollution (15.2 micrograms per cubic meter).

6. Colorado: highest rate of cocaine use per capita (3.9% total population).

7. Connecticut: highest rate of breast cancer.

8. Delaware: highest abortion rate (27 per 1,000 women aged 15 to 44).

9. Florida: highest rate of identity theft (122.3 reports per 100,000 people).

10. Georgia: sickly based on highest rate of influenza.

11. Hawaii –highest cost of living (tied with California).

12. Idaho – lowest level of Congressional clout.

13. Illinois: highest rate of robbery (284.7 incidences per 100,000 people).

14. Indiana: rated the most environmentally unfriendly by NMI solutions.

15. Iowa: highest percentage of people age 85 and older (1.8 percent) (tied with three other states).

16. Kansas: poorest health based on highest average number of limited activity days per month (3.5 days).

17. Kentucky: most cancer deaths (227 per 100,000 people) (BONUS fact: Kentucky also has the highest rate of tobacco smokers – 25.6%).

18. Louisiana: highest rate of gonorrhea (264.4 reported cases per 100,000 people).

19. Maine: dumbest state claim based on lowest average SAT score (1389).

20. Maryland: highest rate of AIDS diagnosis (27.6 people per 100,000 people).

21. Massachusetts: worst drivers claim based on highest rate of auto accidents.

22. Michigan: highest unemployment rate (13.6%)

23. Minnesota: highest number of reported tornadoes (123 in 2010).

24. Mississippi: highest rate of obesity (35.3% of total population)

BONUS facts: Mississippi ranks poorly in the most number of categories. These include highest rate of child poverty (31.9%), highest rate of infant mortality (1.01%), lowest median household income ($35,078), highest teen birth rate (71.9 per 1,000 women aged 15 to 19) and highest overall rate of STDs.

25. Missouri: highest rate of bankruptcy (700 out of every 100,000 people).

26. Montana: highest rate of drunk driving deaths (1.12 deaths per 100 million miles driven).

27. Nebraska: Map creator does not provide a source.

28. Nevada: highest rate violent crime (702.2 offenses per 100,000 people). BONUS fact: Nevada also has the highest rate of foreclosure (one in 99 houses).

29. New Hampshire: highest rate of corporate taxes.

30. New Jersey: highest rate of citizen taxation (11.8%).

31. New Mexico: antisocial claim based on lowest ranking in social heath policies.

32. New York: longest average daily commute (30.6 minutes.

33. North Carolina: among the lowest average teacher salary.

34. North Dakota: ranked last in ugliest residents report as chosen by The Daily Beast.

35. Ohio: nerdiest state claim based on highest number of library visits per capita (6.9).

36. Oklahoma: highest rate of female incarceration.

37. Oregon: highest rate of long-term homeless people.

38. Pennsylvania: highest rate of arson deaths (55.56 annually).

39. Rhode Island: highest rate of illicit drug use (12.5% of population).

40. South Carolina: highest percentage of mobile homes (18.8%).

41. South Dakota: highest rate of forcible rape 76.5 per 100,000.

42. Tennessee: chosen most corrupt state by The Daily Beast.

43. Texas: lowest high school graduation rate (78.3%).

44. Utah: highest rate of of online porn subscriptions.

45. Vermont: infertility claim based on lowest birth rate of any state (10.6 births per 1,000) (tied with Maine).

46. Virginia: highest number of alcohol-related motorcyle deaths.

47. Washington: most cases of bestiality (4 reported in 2010).

48. West Virginia: highest rate of heart attack (6.5 percent of population)

49. Wisconsin: highest rate of binge drinking (23.2 percent of population)

50. Wyoming: highest rate of deadly car crashes (24.6 deaths per 100,000).

*Most stats taken from America's Health Rankings and the U.S. Census unless otherwise noted. (Data varies and is not based on 2013 numbers.)