Keep Your Sinful Ways Away from Idaho! No Sin Allowed in the Gem State
Everybody sins, and that is a part of the world. Some people are religious and do their best not to, while others aren't and it doesn't bother them. There are different types of sins and depending on your lifestyle and where you live, depends on how judged you are for them and how those around you react to your sinful ways. While Idaho is known to be a conservative state, it is not prone to sins, as no state is. When it comes to the most sinful cities in the United States, is Idaho more sinful than they think, or are they more on the pure side?
The Most and Least Sinful Cities in the United States
WalletHub recently released a list of the most sinful cities in the country and did so using a few categories, that you would expect, like anger and hatred, jealousy, excess and vices, greed, lust, vanity, and laziness. It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that the most sinful city in the United States is the sinful city, Las Vegas, followed by St Louis as number two and Philadelphia as number three. The most surprising part of the top three is that Las Vegas was not number one in any of the seven categories. The least sinful city in the country, out of a possible 182 cities, is Port St Lucie, Florida, ahead of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Fremont, California to round out the three least sinful cities.
Is Idaho a Sinful or Pure State?
When it comes to sinful cities in Idaho, two cities made the list, but neither would be considered sinful. Nampa was the most sinful of the two, but coming in at 126 out of 182 cities is not a bad place to land. They rank 102 in anger and hatred, 173 in jealousy, 127 in excess and vices, 51 in greed, 96 in lust, 125 in vanity, and 29 in laziness. Ranking high is good on this list, but the people of Nampa, apparently prefer to be lazy and greedy. Boise was the second Idaho city on the list, coming in as more pure at 144. Boise is 81 in anger and hatred, 172 in jealousy, 108 in excess and vices, 130 in greed, 149 in lust, 75 in vanity, and 104 in laziness. Boise appears to be a much cleaner city than most, being mostly in the bottom half of all the sins.
While every city will have sins, finding places that have fewer of them, will usually mean a better place to raise children, as well as a more pure lifestyle. Depending on how you choose to live and what you believe, this list may have you second-guessing where you want to live or make you happy that the biggest cities in Idaho appear to be less sinful than most. If you would like to see the full list, make sure to click the link above.