New Jersey Makes the Top 10 List of Most Rudest States in America
With Memorial Day Weekend at the shore upon us, perhaps we as a state can work on our manners.
New Jersey has been chosen for the illustrious list of top ten rudest states in American.
While that’s bad, at least we aren’t as rude as Rhode Island–who place first. Our neighbors in New York rounded out the list at number three.
So who are the most rude states? In order: Rhode Island . . . Massachusetts . . . Virginia . . . New York . . . California . . . Washington . . . New Jersey . . . Utah . . . Illinois . . . and Ohio.
Our friends in the South are far more friendlier. Must be the charm, as Mississippi ranked as the top LEAST rudest state (Ie. most polite, y’all) , followed by: Arkansas . . . North Carolina . . . Vermont . . . Kentucky . . . South Carolina . . . Minnesota . . . Louisiana . . . Maine . . . and Delaware.
Interestingly enough, Pennsylvania is nowhere to be found!
The poll was determined by different polls and studies on how often people swear on the phone at customer service, how rude people are behind the wheel . . . and how much people tip at restaurants. They also factored in a poll on how rude the rest of the country thinks each state is.