Minnesota came out on top, with a score of 77.68, ranking No 1 for economic and social well-being and No. 2 for health and safety. Maine, Vermont, North Dakota and the District of Columbia, in that order, rounded out the top five.
Georgia did not fare well under WalletHub’s scrutiny, just missing the bottom 10. The Peach State scored 48.42, putting it at No 41. Georgia finished No. 49 for women’s high school graduation rate and No. 48 for the highest rate of uninsured women. On the positive side, the state was No. 5 for the highest percentage of women-owned businesses.