How much do you love your country? A lot? Well, it turns out you're not alone as Washington State was ranked one of the most patriotic states in the entire United States of America.
These stats came from Wallethub from 13 patriotic factors including military engagement, civic engagement and more.
With this, Washington ranked 11th place which isn't bad. Sure, it could be better but it's fine. Alaska came first with Montana, Virginia, North Dakota and Oregon to round out the top five.
The last place belongs to Arkansas followed by New York and Rhode Island.
A few other stats about Washington and where it ranks on patriotism.
1st – U.S. History or Civics Education Requirement
8th – Active-Duty Military Personnel per 100,000 Civilian Adults
9th – Percent of Adults Who Voted in 2020 Presidential Election
10th – Peace Corps Volunteers per Capita
10th – Volunteer Hours per Resident
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