Are you a good Idahoan or a naughty Idahoan? Sins, we have all made at least one of two in our lifetime but it's those that have bad behavior and then keep repeating said bad behaviors that give some states a bad reputation.

WalletHub 'compared the 50 states across 47 key indicators of immoral or illicit behavior ranging from violent crimes per capita to excessive drinking to the share of the population with gambling disorders.'

How does Idaho compare to the rest of the country when it comes to crimes, sins and bad habits?

The gem state must have angel wings because were ranked one of the least sinful states in the country. Idaho ranked 49th in the country, making us, only behind Wyoming, as one of the most innocent states overall. However: Wallethub also broke down what sins Idahoans are known for and it is quite insightful...

What Are Idahoans Biggest Sins?

Wallethub broke down what sins Idahoans are committing the most. This list is from least occurring sins and ending on sins that Idaho has more problems with.

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Idahoans do however seem to cheat... A lot...

A Study Reveals Idaho Is One Of The Best States For Cheaters

While Idaho may be among the best states for cheaters, it's certainly not number one. Let's look at the stats...

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See Inside A Historic and Naughty Idaho Brothel for Sale

Located at 611 Cedar in Wallace, ID this property used to be a well known brothel. What used to be its sister property was remodeled into an upscale bed and breakfast with artwork honoring the gals that used to work there. Will its next owner do something similar to this property?

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5 Beers That Can Technically Land You In Jail In Idaho

These are the five delicious beers with over 16% alcohol by volume which is pretty high as it is. Even crazier? There's a beer with close to 30% ABV!

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4 Places in Idaho Where It's Illegal To Fall Asleep & 2 Places You Can

Let's take a look at the places where you're legally allowed to sleep in your car in Idaho... and where it could get you in trouble.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

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