A new study finds Arizona is  No. 48 among the smartest states in the U.S.

Currently, 65% of Americans think they have above average intelligence and 2 in 3 people say they are smarter than other people.  Everyone can’t be right.

To help determine who is really the smartest, SafeHome.org today released a study ranking the Smartest and Dumbest States in America using the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. Department of Education and the College Board.

The rankings were determined by analyzing the following four categories in every state:

Here are the findings in Arizona:

· Adults 25 and older with Bachelor’s Degrees: 18.30%

· High School Graduation Rates in 2017: 78%

· Median SAT Score in 2018-2019: 134

· ACT takers meeting subject benchmarks: 35%

Here are the 10 Smartest States in America: New Jersey, Utah, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Montana, Virginia, Kansas, Wisconsin, Oregon and Minnesota.

Here are the 10 Least Smart States in America: Idaho, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Louisiana, Alaska, Hawaii, Mississippi, Ohio and Kentucky