An analysis of leaked Ashley Madison data by scientist Jake Popham shows Alabama is the least faithful state in the country, at least when it comes to how much money people spent on the extramarital dating site. Alabama comes in first on the list, followed by Colorado and Washington, D.C. Among the states where people are least likely to cheat are West Virginia, Mississippi and Idaho.
The analysis showed Alabamians spent about $5.50 per capita on the site. Colorado, which came in second, spent about $4.50. The most-faithful state in the country, West Virginia, barely managed $1 per person.
Hackers are believed to have stolen personal information from as many as 36 million different Ashley Madison users and that number is expected to grow in coming days. More than 15,000 of the addresses belonged to .mil or .gov accounts,including some from Alabama.