Which 3 Florida cities ranked in top 10 of most sinful?


A trio of cities in Florida ranked among the top 10 most sinful in America.

Right behind No 1-ranked Las Vegas was Orlando in second place, Miami at third and Tampa in ninth. 

WalletHub came up with its listing by comparing 182 of the most populated U.S. cities across 32 indicators of sinful deeds, such as crime, theft, excessive drinking, adult entertainment establishments and tanning salons. 

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They came up with the factors after looking at issues related to vanity, laziness, hatred, jealousy, lust and vices. 

Other Florida cities on the list were Fort Lauderdale (57), Jacksonville(83), St. Petersburg (105), Hialeah (116), Pembroke Pines (119), Cape Coral (141) and Port St. Lucie, which was listed as one of the least sinful at 178. 

The angelic city situated at the bottom of the sinister list was South Burlington, Vt.

Read the full report here

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