The Most and Least Fun States in America

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45. Vermont
> Total score: 21.45
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 6th worst
> Nightlife rank: 13th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $67.6 million — the lowest

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44. Alabama
> Total score: 23.41
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 7th worst
> Nightlife rank: 8th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $482.0 million — 22nd lowest

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43. Connecticut
> Total score: 24.37
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 8th worst
> Nightlife rank: 10th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $270.2 million — 15th lowest

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42. Kentucky
> Total score: 25.60
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 10th worst
> Nightlife rank: 12th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $427.4 million — 21st lowest

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41. Kansas
> Total score: 26.58
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 12th worst
> Nightlife rank: 18th worst
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $386.0 million — 20th lowest

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