Here's no surprise: New Jersey is one of the most financially literate states in the country. That's according to personal finance site WalletHub, which analyzed 15 metrics including high school financial literacy grades and how many adults have emergency funds.
The site also looked at public high-school graduation rates and household spending habits, who was likely to have a “rainy-day fund,” and which states had the most unbanked households. The entire top ten:
1. New Hampshire
3. North Dakota
7. New Jersey