North Dakota leads overall; Kentucky most improved since last analysis

FOSTER CITY, Calif., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today releases its yearly analysis of the best and worst states for credit conditions. The state-by-state study shows which are best prepared to withstand the economic rollercoaster of 2020. Just as COVID-19 preys heavily on those with preexisting conditions, the leader in credit card ratings finds the economic burden may hit households hardest that started the year with the weakest credit.

Most Improved and Worst Declines

  • Delaware had the biggest decline in ranking: the state’s unemployment rate rose more than any other state’s, dropping from 16th to 42nd for employment conditions

  • Kentucky is the biggest improver since last year’s analysis, though its climb of 15 places only brought it up to the middle of the pack at 25th overall; the Bluegrass State jumped from 42nd to

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