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Ohio named state most likely to have miserable Thanksgiving

Ohio ranked first in U.S. states to have the worst Thanksgiving (Photo: Blog. Estately.com) Ohio ranked first in U.S. states to have the worst Thanksgiving (Photo: Blog. Estately.com)
(FOX19) - It's not exactly a commercial for Ohio...

Real estate site Estately named the buckeye state the most likely place to have a miserable Thanksgiving.

Estately used six criteria to rate each of the 50 states: Likelihood of a family food poisoning episode, likelihood of relatives getting drunk and making a scene, likelihood of political arguments, dietary restrictions impacting meal quality, likelihood of favorite NFL team losing on Thanksgiving and likelihood of guests abandoning meal to shop a Black Friday sale.

Ohio, unfortunately, ranked no. 1 overall.

Ohio ranked 1st in dietary restrictions, 3rd in contentious politics, 5th in favorite NFL team losing on Thanksgiving, 9th in likelihood of food poisoning episode,  12th in likelihood of relatives getting drunk and making a scene and 14th in enthusiasm for Black Friday sales. 

Kentucky was ranked 21st on the list, but ranked 1st in enthusiasm for Black Friday sales. 

Iowa, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Wisconsin were ranked in the top five after Ohio. 

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