States With Lowest Average Credit Scores

Nevada has the nation's second lowest average credit score, 655, fairing better than only Texas, 651. That's according to CreditReport.com, owned by a subsidiary of consumer credit reporting company Experian.

1. Texas 651
2. Nevada 655
3. Arizona 659
4. Louisiana 663
5. New Mexico 663
6. South Carolina 665
7. Oklahoma
666
8. North Carolina 667
9. Arkansas 668
9. Georgia 668
9. Mississippi 668

Source: CreditReport.com


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