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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

What does Florida have more of than any other state per capita? Hint: It's not Ron Jon shirts

Posted By on Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 8:02 AM

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Do you want to know which state has the most property crime per capita, or how about which state is riddled with the most student loan debt? Well, thankfully, the number crunchers over at Estately, a real estate company that churns out state-specific viral content like an SEO assembly line, have compiled this helpful list of ways to generalize each state into handy and easy to remember stereotypes.

Here's what Estately had to say about Florida and what we apparently "have the most of":   



"The Sunshine State comes in first place for highest Cesarean delivery rate, fatal boating accidents, and identity theft, but “shark attacks” just really grabs your attention more. Somewhat related - we could find no stats measuring the most purchases of cassette tapes for Great White’s “Once Bitten, Twice Shy.”

You can get the gist of what's going on with the other states by simply peering at the above photo, but if you want to read all about what makes the other 49 states so great, and how Estately gathered this info, check out the full article here

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