Map Key
  • Less than 4 %
  • 4.1 - 5.9 %
  • 6 - 7.9 %
  • 8 - 9.9 %
  • More than 9.9 %
Percentage of households that used high-cost, high-risk forms of credit to make ends meet during 2015. This includes payday loans, automobile title loans, refund anticipation loans, rent-to-own, and pawning.
State Assets and Savings Rate Rank
Rhode Island 2.9%1st
Massachusetts 3.0%2nd
Vermont 3.6%3rd
Connecticut 3.8%4th
New Jersey 4.0%5th
Delaware 4.1%6th
Hawaii 4.4%7th
Illinois 4.7%8th
New Hampshire 5.3%9th
Virginia 5.4%10th
Montana 5.8%11th
Minnesota 6.0%12th
District of Columbia 6.1%13th
Arizona 6.2%14th
Maine 6.5%15th
North Carolina 6.6%16th
Florida 6.6%16th
New York 6.8%18th
Wisconsin 6.9%19th
Oregon 7.0%20th
Pennsylvania 7.0%20th
California 7.1%22nd
North Dakota 7.2%23rd
Maryland 7.3%24th
Colorado 7.4%25th
Washington 7.5%26th
Ohio 7.7%27th
Wyoming 7.9%28th
Indiana 8.0%29th
West Virginia 8.2%30th
Nebraska 8.2%30th
Michigan 8.3%32nd
Kansas 8.3%32nd
Missouri 8.6%34th
Utah 8.7%35th
South Carolina 9.3%36th
Iowa 9.9%37th
Nevada 10.0%38th
Arkansas 10.3%39th
Georgia 10.4%40th
Alabama 10.4%40th
Texas 10.4%40th
Alaska 10.5%43rd
South Dakota 10.6%44th
New Mexico 10.7%45th
Idaho 10.7%45th
Kentucky 10.7%45th
Louisiana 10.7%45th
Tennessee 11.3%49th
Mississippi 11.9%50th
Oklahoma 13.7%51st