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Report shows which states likely to have a bad Thanksgiving

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Will you have a miserable Thanksgiving? That may depend on where you live, according to a new report.

Estately Blog based their research on six factors to see which states are more likely to have a bad Turkey Day experience:

  • Likelihood to get food poisoning
  • Likelihood of relatives getting drunk and making a scene
  • Likelihood of political arguments
  • Dietary restrictions impacting meal quality
  • Likelihood of favorite NFL team losing on Thanksgiving
  • Likelihood of guests or cooks leaving to shop for Black Friday

Based on those facts, it was found that Ohio is most likely while Hawaii is least likely to have a bad holiday.

Here in the Heartland, Missouri is in the 10th spot while Illinois comes in at number 11. Kentucky takes the 21st spot, Tennessee is 29th and Arkansas is one of the least likely states to have a bad Thanksgiving coming in at number 48.

You can check out how all 50 states are ranked by clicking here.

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