Most Forgotten U.S. States
It's pretty rural and empty. It only has two cities Lincoln (college town) Omaha (okay town) Western Nebraska is suprisingly really beautiful and the people are very friendly
Meh, I don't think it should be #1, the literal states that weren't even mentioned on this list should be higher, but Vermont should be top.
People forget Nebraska and also Iowa. They are rural boring states
This is a state, oh yeah now I remember.
Wyoming has the fewest people (less then a million) It has two big towns: Cheyenne and Casper. Laramie is a chill college town. Wyoming is pretty beautiful, but its also really cold and really conservative
I honestly feel bad for Wyoming. It has the lowest population, the 2nd lowest GDP, and the highest suicide rate. Wyoming is a beautiful state with Yellowstone, picturesque high plains and stunning mountains. It really makes me sad, almost to the point of crying, to see a state with all of this beauty being so forgotten and underrated. I want to go here someday.
Wyoming is not actually a state. The government is faking the existence of Wyoming to cover up for something big, Area 58. Anyone that says that Wyoming is real or they have been there is lying or has been paid off my the government. I am just uncovering the truth.
I played Chandler's 6-minute state game and spent 4 of the minutes trying to remember this state. I didn't win, to say the least.
Kentucky is beautiful and the people are nice but its also really poor. Louisville is an okay chill, riverboat town and Lexington is known for horses. East KY is pretty sad
Tbh as someone in Kentucky we are only now for few thing KFC horse raceing and contry thing so... what can i say it pretty boring here its strange weather and tons of fast food
People know Kentucky for fried chicken, horses, and inbreeding jokes
Montana is rural and empty. Western Montana has the beautiful mountains, East Montana is just open land and grass. It gets pretty cold there, and it has a lot of poor native americans which is sad
It's beautiful. Hannah Montana is not from there. It's rural and empty.
I didn't even know this was a state.
What state is it?
I love Delaware!
I did have to tell all my friends what it was, though...
Its a small state. Suburb of Philly and DC. It has beaches and swamps and chicken farms. Wilmington is kind of hood.
The capital is dover...
This is a state?
Beautiful state, besides mormons and potato farms. It has beautiful mountains, farm land, basically nature. It can be pretty boring and whitebread, also super conservative
What! WHY is Idaho in the top ten most forgotten states in the USA!?
Beautiful nature. Salt Lake is okay. Its not all mormon. Has a lot of open desert.
Is this even a place?
Just cornfields mainly. Dubuque is a pretty hilly town. Iowa State Fair is nice. Has a lot of political power because its a swing state
Unless you love to stare at cornfields or sleep all the time, this is certainly a forgettable state.
I live in iowa. Everyone over passes it. Iowans are nice. We wave at any one, and if youve ever watched "A Field of Dreams" that was shot and takes place in Iowa. Also, we don't have flat lands. Its acually quite hilly. Now I'm ranting. Just remeber, never forget Iowa.
Corn, meth, and Slipknot
Breaking Bad put this poor state on the map. Has a lot of desert, mexicans, and native americans. If you like art and nature and good food, you will like NM.
Wait, this wasn't part of mexico?
The least visited state. Its super cold and rural. Fargo (100,000 people) is the big city. Has some nice nature in Western ND, and the people are sweet
Coldest U.S. state! But often forgotten...
Is this a state or just South Canada?
Yes, it is real it is a great place. Just visit and it's very peaceful.
This state doesn't
I also live here
Yes, Mississippi is forgotten and the most obese state. But since it's forgotten, that means that there isn't very many bad people. Although somebody did throw a cinder block though my 12 yr old daughters window while she was in there. Police couldn't get fingerprints because it was a "rough surface". I mean seriously police, do your job!
Some people try to forget about WI, because winter time sucks. However, we all suffer together!
I'm a Vermonter, and there are some people that think it's a town. No one even knows it was its own country!
I am in college and I just found out Vermont is a state.
Forgot this state existed!
Nobody knows this place
Indiana is truly forgotten. Even though it is the host of the Indy 500, and a town that receives around one million visits, Santa Clause. In the southern half of the state there is almost no fields; It is filled with camp sites and a lot of waterfalls. Around NW Indiana there is Dunes State Park where about 10 Million people visit this every year! Also go back to Indianapolis because it his home to some of the most historical monuments. Finally, Indiana is home of one of the most common colleges in the USA, Notre Dame! Why is Indiana so forgetting.
Last time a relative called me before coming to visit from LA, they said "So Indiana is in Chicago? "
It seems that Indiana is always Chicago. What about Indianapolis?!
I lie to people and say I'm from Chicago. It's easier for them to understand.
I live in Indiana and I hate how unproblematic and forgotten we are. I wanna live somewhere where there is stuff actually going on ._.
I don't think I even knew this state existed before yesterday... I mean, I probably did from looking at maps, lists, state flags, but forgot about it every time. So it is by far the most forgotten US state.
I live in this state, and yes it's so forgettable. This state is barley mentioned in movies, TV shows, and a lot more things
Still gets lumped in with Virginia... We are a seperate state! Not Western Virginia. West Virginia! Big difference!
I live here and it is literally so forgettable that people forget to put it on these kind of lists
Best state there is we have the highest native Americans population than any other state,go sooner boomers!
Everyone knows about Virginia and Pennsylvania, and Maryland is just that little state squished between them.
Uh, Washington D.C. is located on Maryland's soil, albeit under a federal jurisdiction.
No one knows where it is
Only the panhandle, the peninsula is always mentioned, but I can see people thinking its more of a vacation spot than an actual state.
Not really! I mean, if anything, it's one of the most popular!
A well known state.
Obviously the most forgotten state like people forget it exists
One of our sheriff's deputies was shot this summer (during that huge string of cop shootings) and on the news they said three officers/law workers had been murdered that week, guess who they forgot to list. (I live in maine by the way)
It's just too forgettable. Heck it's capital is named after a city in Georgia...Augusta
Surprised this isn't on the list. When my mom moved to America she didn't even know what Minnesota was.
I honestly thought this was state was a city when I was a kid.
Just a highway from NYC and boston...
Is this state a part of New York?
The reason this isn't at the top of this list is because people couldn't remember it to vote
It doesn't really stick out for anything. I'd remember Cleveland before Ohio
Wasn't this a city?