If you live in Florida or Georgia you probably are. The two states ranked number one and two respectively on Movoto's list of most stressed out states in the country.
The survey, which is based on data from the U.S. Census’ American Community Survey for 2008-2012, considered unemployment rates, length of commutes, weekly work hours, population density, percentage of income spent on housing and percentage of the population without health insurance.
Movoto blogger Chris Kolmar ranked Florida high because of its high unemployment rate 11.3 percent and the large percentage of residents without insurance, 25 percent. The state also has the seventh worst average commute in the country and the eighth most dense population.
Georgia received worst-10 rankings in work hours, no insurance, length of commute and unemployment (although the 10.7 percent jobless rate Movoto used was nearly 4 points worse than the current rate of 7 percent).
The remaining top ten most stressed states in order were: New Jersey, California, Nevada, Illinois, New York, Maryland, North Carolina and Arizona.