A Map of the Sluttiest States in America

Find out where your state ranks on the skank-o-meter.

Noah Henryby Noah Henry

We wanted to find out which states were the sluttiest and which were the safest. Using Center for Disease Control numbers on STD prevalence in each state, we were able to pull together accurate rankings.

We used the three loveliest sounding STDs – chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis – and added up infections per 100,000 residents, meaning the higher the number is the more of a chance you will catch something when you bring someone home from the bar. Here are the official rankings for the sluttiest states in America.

Sluttiest States in America, Most STDs per state
The Raw Numbers:

State: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis = Total Per 100,000 Residents
Alabama: 636, 193, 4.5 = 833.5
Alaska: 756, 100.5, 1.5 = 858
Arizona: 470, 89.6, 3.1 = 562.7
Arkansas: 565, 146.6, 5.9 = 717.5
California: 445, 89.1, 7.8 = 541.9
Colorado: 423, 55.2, 4.1 = 482.3
Connecticut: 365, 59.6, 1.5 = 426.1
Delaware: 489, 99.1, 4.2 = 592.3
Florida: 407, 102.1, 7.2 = 516.3
Georgia: 534, 156.1, 9.5 = 699.6
Hawaii: 461, 59.3, 1.7 = 522
Idaho: 287, 10.5, 1.6 = 299.1
Illinois: 526, 141, 6.2 = 673.2
Indiana: 453, 112.6, 3.4 = 569
Iowa: 372, 65.5, 2.3 = 439.8
Kansas: 388, 77.6, .8 = 466.4
Kentucky: 395, 98, 3.4 = 496.4
Louisiana: 598, 194, 7.4 = 799.4
Maine: 257, 34.3, 1.3 = 292.6
Maryland: 455, 97.6, 7.4 = 560
Massachusetts: 358, 39.9, 4.8 = 402.7
Michigan: 482, 127.4, 3.0 = 612.4
Minnesota: 338, 57.7, 2.2 = 397.9
Mississippi: 774, 230.8, 5.0 =1009.8
Missouri: 463, 131.2, 2.6 = 597.8
Montana: 383, 10.8, .2 = 394
Nebraska: 366, 77.6, .4 = 444
Nevada: 409, 83.1, 4.1 = 496.2
New Hampshire: 233, 11.2, 2.7 = 246.9
New Jersey: 309, 84.9, 2.6 = 396.5
New Mexico: 571, 90.4, 4.9 = 666.3
New York: 517, 116, 6.3 = 639.3
North Carolina: 524, 148.3, 3.6 = 675.9
North Dakota: 425, 49, .6 = 474.6
Ohio: 460, 142.9, 3.7 = 606.6
Oklahoma: 444, 117.1, 2.2 = 563.3
Oregon: 348, 37.8, 5.5 = 391.3
Pennsylvania: 432, 120.8, 3.9 = 556.7
Rhode Island: 410, 48.2, 4.2 = 462.4
South Carolina: 580, 163.2, 4.8 = 748
South Dakota: 476, 85.8, 2.2 = 564
Tennessee: 508, 142.1, 4.2 = 654.3
Texas: 495, 126.5, 6.3 = 627.8
Utah: 270, 17, 1.5 = 288.5
Vermont: 275, 15.8, 1 = 291.8
Virginia: 432, 85, 3.5 = 520.5
Washington: 360, 47.4, 4.4 = 411.8
West Virginia: 258, 44.8, .4 = 303.2
Wisconsin: 415, 82.4, 1.6 = 499
Wyoming: 370, 7.7, .7 = 378.4