How much sin is in America?
It depends on where you live, according to four Kansas State University geography researchers. In what researcher Thomas Vought described as a not-too-serious study meant to garner attention at a convention of geographers in Las Vegas as much as to contribute to understanding the habits of people around the country, the foursome found that the South — encompassing an arc from North Carolina through Louisiana — was most prone to the traditional seven deadly sins. And the least sinful areas? The Midwest and western Appalachia, the study’s findings showed.