The State Capitol building in Baton Rouge looms beyond beaded raindrops on a car window, during a day of expected rain on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 in Baton Rouge.

Louisiana is the state that's doing the worst, according to a new rankings list that Politico Magazine released based on several well-being, economic and education factors.

"Louisiana brings up the rear this time around, coming in 51st, just as it did in 2016, the year of the last official State of the Union address," the States of Our Union... report released Tuesday notes.

Because Washington D.C. is factored in, Louisiana's official ranking is 51st in the nation.

Politico's analysis factored in unemployment, poverty, home ownership, high school graduation, life expectancy, infant mortality, obesity, wellbeing and average math and reading score rates.

New Hampshire came in at the top of the ranking, followed by Minnesota, Vermont, Utah and Colorado. Joining Louisiana in the bottom five were Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama and West Virginia.

Read Politico Magazine's full analysis here. 

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