Politico ranked all 50 states plus DC in their fourth annual State of the States ranking.  New Hampshire finished first, and Mississippi finished next to last.

States were ranked on data ranging from poverty rate, unemployment, life expectancy, and high school graduation.

Here’s their ranking.

1. New Hampshire (Chris Sununu, R)
2. Minnesota (Mark Dayton, D)
3. Vermont (Phil Scott, R)
4. Utah (Gary Herbert, R)
5. Colorado (John Hickenlooper, D)
6. Massachusetts (Charlie Baker, R)
7. Iowa (Kim Reynolds, R)
8. Wyoming (Matt Mead, R)
9. Maine (Paul LePage, R)
10. Wisconsin (Scott Walker, R)
11. Idaho (Butch Otter, R)
12. Hawaii (David Ige, D)
13. Connecticut (Dannel Malloy, D)
14. Virginia (Ralph Northam, D)
15. New Jersey (Phil Murphy, D)
16. Washington (Jay Inslee, D)
17. Nebraska (Pete Ricketts, R)
18. North Dakota (Doug Burgum, R)
19. Montana (Steve Bullock, D)
20. Maryland (Larry Hogan, R)
21. Oregon (Kate Brown, D)
22. South Dakota (Dennis Daugaard, R)
23. Kansas (Jeff Colyer, R)
24. Pennsylvania (Tom Wolf, D)
25. Alaska (Bill Walker, I)
26. Rhode Island (Gina Raimondo, D)
27. California (Jerry Brown, D)
28. Delaware (John Carney, D)
29. New York (Andrew Cuomo, D)
30. Arizona (Doug Ducey, R)
31. Illinois (Bruce Rauner, R)
32. Indiana (Eric Holcomb, R)
33. Missouri (Eric Greitens, R)
34. Florida (Rick Scott, R)
35. Ohio (John Kasich, R)
36. Michigan (Rick Snyder, R)
37. Texas (Greg Abbott, R)
38. District of Columbia (Muriel Bowser, D, mayor)
39. North Carolina (Roy Cooper, D)
40. Nevada (Brian Sandoval, R)
41. New Mexico (Susana Martinez, R)
42. South Carolina (Henry McMaster, R)
43. Kentucky (Matt Bevin, R)
44. Georgia (Nathan Deal, R)
45. Tennessee (Bill Haslam, R)
46. Oklahoma (Mary Fallin, R)
47. West Virginia (Jim Justice, R)
48. Alabama (Kay Ivey, R)
49. Arkansas (Asa Hutchinson, R)
50. Mississippi (Phil Bryant, R)
51. Louisiana (John Bel Edwards, D)