MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Florida is among one of the least safest states in which to live, according to an analysis by financial website WalletHub.

The website ranked Florida as the 48th safest state in the country based on a number of factors ranging from the number of murders and rapes to the unemployment rate and the number of traffic fatalities per 100 million miles of travel.

The state ranked 41st in terms of personal and residential safety, which includes crime statistics, the number of mass shootings and the presence of terrorist attacks. It also came in at 44th in terms of workplace safety and financial safety and 47th in road safety.

Maine took the overall top spot, followed by Vermont, Minnesota, Utah and Iowa as the top five. Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas, and Texas rounded out the bottom five.

Here’s a look at the full list:

Safest States in the U.S.

Overall Rank (1 = Safest) State Total Score ‘Personal & Residential Safety’ Rank ‘Financial Safety’ Rank ‘Road Safety’ Rank ‘Workplace Safety’ Rank ‘Emergency Preparedness’ Rank
1 Maine 66.02 1 20 1 22 1
2 Vermont 65.48 2 7 10 14 9
3 Minnesota 62.42 11 4 3 1 21
4 Utah 61.71 21 13 7 4 6
5 Wyoming 59.21 6 15 16 20 22
6 Iowa 59.21 3 3 4 10 44
7 Massachusetts 58.84 10 1 2 30 10
8 New Hampshire 58.82 7 10 22 43 4
9 Connecticut 58.81 4 17 23 24 16
10 Rhode Island 58.15 8 26 6 39 11
11 Washington 57.53 34 9 20 12 8
12 Oregon 56.99 26 21 18 9 13
13 Hawaii 55.89 22 8 43 21 5
14 New Jersey 53.71 9 23 28 23 24
15 Virginia 53.29 29 14 21 2 31
16 Maryland 52.32 30 22 19 15 23
17 Indiana 52.20 19 33 24 11 29
18 North Dakota 51.83 5 2 5 50 37
19 Wisconsin 51.71 20 19 15 34 18
20 Idaho 51.20 24 16 11 47 17
21 Delaware 50.83 13 37 17 40 14
22 Michigan 50.83 45 28 26 13 15
23 New York 50.40 12 24 8 32 28
24 Kentucky 50.37 15 43 35 16 30
25 Arizona 50.33 42 32 48 7 7
26 North Carolina 49.88 16 25 39 6 43
27 Nevada 49.78 48 40 45 3 3
28 New Mexico 49.64 38 45 49 5 12
29 Alaska 48.52 50 30 37 18 2
30 Nebraska 47.60 14 6 13 38 40
31 California 47.37 46 27 42 17 19
32 West Virginia 46.88 18 34 31 45 20
33 Pennsylvania 46.45 23 31 29 31 27
34 Illinois 45.92 33 41 9 25 34
35 Ohio 45.29 36 46 14 26 26
36 Colorado 44.45 39 5 40 42 25
37 Kansas 44.41 28 18 12 27 47
38 Montana 44.07 31 12 27 41 33
39 Tennessee 43.70 47 38 33 8 36
40 South Dakota 43.33 27 11 25 49 39
41 South Carolina 41.46 44 39 46 19 38
42 Georgia 40.91 25 50 44 28 35
43 Alabama 40.22 32 35 36 33 46
44 Missouri 40.12 37 29 38 29 41
45 Oklahoma 37.45 35 47 32 46 45
46 Texas 36.61 40 36 30 37 48
47 Arkansas 36.14 49 42 41 35 32
48 Florida 34.63 41 44 47 44 42
49 Louisiana 32.53 43 49 34 36 49
50 Mississippi 32.00 17 48 50 48 50

Source: WalletHub

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