In moving up in the rankings, Illinois and Colorado both raised their scores by a couple points. Washington also improved its score, but to no avail.
If the top 10 was full of surprises, the bottom 10 was the usual crowd, with minor shifts.
Alaska(50/49), Hawaii (45/42), West Virginia (49/47) and Vermont(43/40) all slipped a bit. Wyoming (48/50),North Dakota(47/48) South Dakota(46/49)Mississippi(42/45) and Arkansas (41/44) inched higher.
Delaware(40/32) andNevada(44/37) slid the most in the rankings.
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