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DENVER, CO - MARCH 24: Joe Deedon, former law enforecement officer and owner of Tac*One Consulting holds a Glock pistol converted to fire Simunition as he teaches a "Lone Wolf" civilian active shooter response course for concealed weapons permit holders on March 24, 2018 in Longmont, Colorado. The class, based on a similar law enforcement course, is designed to challenge students mentally and physically leaving with a solid plan to defend themselves and others during the critical first moments of a deadly attack. (Photo by Rick T. Wilking/Getty Images)

Well, this might not be a shock to anyone but Florida is at the bottom of this list. WalletHub ranked this year’s safest and least safest states in America breaking down personal and residential safety including terrorist attacks, mass shootings, violent crimes, overdoses, suicides) as well as car accidents and emergency preparedness.

Check out the list below and see where Florida lands…

Here are the top 5:

1. Minnesota
2. Vermont
3. Maine
4. Utah
5. Connecticut

And the bottom 5:

1. Mississippi
2. Louisiana
3. Florida
4. Arkansas
5. Texas