Best and Worst States for Banking – 50-State List

Here are the full rankings for the best and worst U.S. states for banking.
By Moneyrates Team

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Didn’t see your state in the best and worst states for banking? Below are the full 50-state rankings.

These standings are based on an analysis of data on customer satisfaction, failures, deposit interest rates and the number of institutions available to consumers. Please see the best and worst states for banking for more details.

1. Ohio
2. Kentucky
3. Louisiana
4. Montana
5. West Virginia
6. New York
7. Virginia
8. North Dakota
9. Colorado
10. Texas
11. Oregon
12. Connecticut
13. Nevada
14. Iowa
15. Washington
16. Alaska
17. Massachusetts
18. South Dakota
19. Mississippi
20. Delaware
21. Wisconsin
22. Wyoming
23. Maine
24. Pennsylvania
25. Missouri
26. Nebraska
27. Alabama
28. Vermont
29. Kansas
30. New Mexico
31. Florida
32. Utah
33. Tennessee
34. Michigan
35. Arkansas
36. Arizona
37. Idaho
38. New Jersey
39. California
40. Maryland
41. Indiana
42. Hawaii
43. New Hampshire
44. North Carolina
45. Rhode Island
46. Georgia
47. Minnesota
48. Oklahoma
49. South Carolina
50. Illinois
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