So should we consider Cedar Rapids boring? According to a new report, those goodie-two-shoes down the road know when to say 'when'.

Wallethub.com just came out with a new report and Cedar Rapids is one of the least sinful cities in the U.S.

We aren't saying  sinning is a precursor  to fun, but when we think, 'least sinful',  think of the movie 'Footloose' and overly-holy town that wouldn't allow sinful things like dancing.

Cedar Rapids is a lovely town, with lovely people and plenty of fun to be had without sinning, but we know people there enjoy a good time and have some vices too. How did they make the list?

The personal-finance website WalletHub  released its report on 2019’s Most Sinful Cities. To determine the most wicked places in America, WalletHub’s researchers compared more than 180 U.S. cities based on seven sinful behaviors: anger and hatred, jealousy, excesses and vices, greed, lust, vanity and laziness.

It's to no surprise that Las Vegas sins like no sinning city should sin. Nor is it any surprise a city in Vermont is the least sinful. Here's the top ten most and least sinful cities, with some interesting stats below. Click around on the map on the top of the page to check out other locations or click HERE to view the entire report.

Top 10 Most Sinful Cities

  1. Las Vegas, NV
  2. Orlando, FL
  3. Miami, FL
  4. St. Louis, MO
  5. North Las Vegas, NV
  6. Henderson, NV
  7. Detroit, MI
  8. Baton Rouge, LA
  9. Tampa, FL
  10. New Orleans, LA

Top 10 Least Sinful Cities

  1. South Burlington, Vermont

  2. Pearl City, Hawaii

     

  3. Columbia, Maryland
  4. Burlington Vermont
  5. Chesapeake, Virginia
  6. Portland, Maine
  7. Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  8. Bridgeport, Connecticut
  9. Virginia Beach
  10. Fremont, California.

It seems Iowa’s doing well when it comes to good behavior.  In February, WalletHub ranked the entire state of Iowa at number 46 on 2018’s Most Sinful States in America list.