This was a top 10 list with lengthy explanations for each choice, but then I realized that it would be way too much of a hassle to get through the rest of it, so have this tier list instead. I'd rather not deal with just having a perpetually unfinished list and not really being able to do what I had otherwise planned to without it weighing me down. Not to mention, I'd pretty much just be repeating myself with different statistics and a different dumb line at the end so it isn't a wall of facts, and I'd have to rearrange the list to keep up with certain things. Also your welcome Mr. Nitpick (that grammatical error is there on purpose). This list is primarily based on statistics, though there is a little bit of personal bias here and there.
S-: Washington, New Hampshire, Vermont
A+: Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, Virginia, Nebraska, Utah, Idaho
A-: Minnesota, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Wisconsin
B+: Florida, South Dakota, Delaware, Oregon, North Dakota, Rhode Island
B-: North Carolina, Georgia, Missouri, Montana, Wyoming, New Jersey
C+: Indiana, Illinois, New York, Maine, Nevada, Pennsylvania, South Carolina
C-: Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan, Arkansas, Tennessee, California, Kentucky
D+: Arizona, West Virginia, Mississippi, New Mexico, Alaska
D-: Louisiana, Alabama
Washington D.C.: D+ (It's not a state, I know, why it's not on the actual list)
Utah (-1): I didn't entirely take into account the bias this state has for Mormons.
Hawaii (-2): Tulsi's beginning to make her state look a lot worse with how she keeps cozying up to the right for no real reason... Starting to think she should have ran as a moderate Republican, because at times she actually sounds like one... She's definitely not a progressive like she pretends to be sometimes. Also Washington has moved down a tier, because I'm really losing faith in the country as a whole.