Mississippi and West Virginia placed first and second, respectively, but Georgia wasn’t too far behind at No. 17. The ranking is slightly better than last year’s when The Peach State was No. 16.
However, it was still among the top 20 for 2017. It was No. 3 for food and fitness. Additionally, it was No. 14 for obesity and overweight prevalence and No. 16 for health consequences.
Overall, the South took the top spots. Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana, Alabama and South Carolina rounded out the top 10.
Want to know how other locations fared? Take a look at the map of findings below.