10. Arizona - The least stressed of the top ten, Arizona scored just high enough on multiple categories to make the list.
9. North Carolina - North Carolina made the list by being moderately stressed by all the factors on the list, while not standing out on any one category.
8. Maryland - Seventy percent of the population spends more than 20 minutes getting to work each day creating a highly stressed state.
7. New York - High population density, a higher percentage of income spent on housing and one of the worst commute times all add up to an over stressed state population.
6. Illinois - Sixty one percent of Illinois residents commute longer than twenty minutes, the fifth highest in the nation, helping to make this one very stressed state.
5. Nevada - With the second highest unemployment rate in the country of 11.8 percent and a high overall score Nevada is in at No. 5.
4. California - Californians spend upwards of 26 percent of their income on housing on average. That is more than any other state, except New Jersey, and is enough to stress almost anyone out.
3. New Jersey - Being among the most densely populated states in the country, New Jersey ranked as No. 3 on this list.
2. Georgia - Georgians work the most hours on average of any state in the top 10 and also score high on states with a long commute.
1. Florida - Topping the list, Florida ranks as the most stressed state. Key factors for the top ranking include the third worst position for percentage of population with health insurance (25.8%) and also the third worst unemployment rate of (11.3%).