Exploring the diverse tapestry of the United States reveals a range of experiences and characteristics that shape each state. While each state boasts its own strengths and positive attributes, it’s also important to acknowledge that no place is without its challenges.

From social and economic issues to environmental concerns, there are various factors that contribute to the complex landscape of each state.

Travel across America and see the worst part from each part.


Worst thing: Car commuters

Alabama shares the top spot for the highest percentage of workers commuting in their personal vehicles, reaching 93.8%. The state records notably low percentages of individuals walking, cycling, using public transit, or working from home.

This dynamic fosters traffic congestion and environmental pollution, with extended solitary car commutes potentially leading to adverse long-term health consequences.