ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York state comptroller’s office says the nation’s four most-populated states carry the highest total amount of credit card debt, with California leading the way followed by Texas, Florida and New York.
Democratic Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (dee-NAP’-oh-lee) says in a report released Tuesday that Californians had racked up more than $106.8 billion in credit card debt by the end of 2017.
The Lone Star State was No. 2 at $67.3 billion, followed by Florida with $59.2 billion and New York with $58.1 billion.
Rounding out the top 10 are Pennsylvania ($33.2 billion), Illinois ($32.2 billion), New Jersey ($29.6 billion), Ohio ($26.7 billion), Virginia ($26.5 billion) and Georgia ($26.3 billion).
Most Read Business Stories
- A 95-square-foot Tokyo apartment: ‘I wouldn’t live anywhere else’
- Job openings in WA grew rapidly this summer. That's not good news
- Gas prices jump in WA with acute spike on the West Coast
- LinkedIn allegedly ran social experiments on 20 million users
- Supreme Court won't take up MyPillow head's defamation case
DiNapoli says the totals were based on statistics compiled in February by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.