This may come as no surprise when we tell you that Indiana is the most generic state in America. Many readers are thinking..."Hmmm...ok. I could see why." Well, BREAKING NEWS: Indiana is the most generic state in America.

According to Business Insider, a study revealed the most AVERAGE states in the U.S. by basing it on certain factors. Stuff like racial breakdown, marriage rates, health, household income and tech. 

How does Montana rank? Read on...

Here are the most average states:

  1. Indiana
  2. Missouri
  3. Oregon
  4. North Carolina
  5. Michigan
  6. Wisconsin
  7. Kansas
  8. Virginia
  9. Pennsylvania
  10. Ohio

Did you notice the Midwest trend? Yeah, us too.

The least average state is Hawaii, primarily due to the difference in racial breakdowns. It appears that 23% of locals are Caucasian, far lower than most other states.

Here are the 10 least average states:

  1. Hawaii
  2. Alaska
  3. California
  4. New York
  5. Utah
  6. West Virginia
  7. New Jersey
  8. Mississippi
  9. North Dakota
  10. Massachusetts

Montana, on the other hand ranks at #34. According to the study:

What makes it weird: Montana's mean commute time of 17.9 minutes was the third shortest among the states and DC. Montana also had few immigrants: Only2.3% of the population was foreign born, the third-lowest proportion in the country.

What makes it normal: The median house value in Montana of $196,800 was just below the average among the states of $200,300.

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