Let’s face it, there are people out there who are just snobs, thinking they are better than everyone else, whether it be because they are smarter, richer, more educated, etc. Now a new report reveals where you’re likely to encounter snobs the most.
- Career site Zippia has come out with their picks for the Snobbiest States in the U.S.
- They determined their list based on four criteria:
- Percent of population with a bachelor’s degree
- Percent of degree earners with a degree in arts and humanities
- Number of Ivy League colleges
- Gallons of wine consumed yearly (considered the snobbiest drink)
- Topping the list as the snobbiest state in the U.S. is Massachusetts, which of course is home to the ultimate Ivy League school, Harvard.
- Massachusetts also boasts 42.9% of their population holding a college degree, with 24% having arts or humanities degrees.
- As for wine, the average Mass resident drinks 21 gallons per year.
Top Ten Snobbiest States in the U.S.
- New York
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
- As for the last snobby state, that honor goes to West Virginia, where only 20% of adults have college diplomas and 19% are arts or humanities degrees. Folks in West Virginia also only consume 3 gallons of wine a year.
Here's the full list.