Keeping your New Year's resolutions is a difficult prospect. If you resolved to get in shape, eat better, or even get your finances in order, you are not alone. You are also not alone if you have already failed in those endeavors. Only around eight percent of Americans keep their resolutions. But who knew that geography played such a part in whether or not you succeed or fail?
Well, WalletHub released their report that ranked the best and worst cities that compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 57 key metrics. The data set ranges from adult obesity to income growth to employment outlook.
It doesn't bode well for those in the South, with Gulfport, MS ranking dead last, and New Orleans' rank comes in at 146 overall. To see the complete list, go here.