Let's face it, Americans love to live beyond their means. And in order to do so, they need to rack up a lot of credit card debt. And while the average credit card debt per household has decreased over the past couple of years, there's still a lot of places in the United States where people owe a lot of money.

Here's all 50 states ranked by how bad their credit card debt is:

51. Ohio – $5,446

50. South Carolina – $5,801

49. Maine – $5,803

48. Pennsylvania – $6,065

47. Michigan – $6,082

46. Rhode Island – $6,104

45. Nebraska – $6,180

44. Tennessee – $6,217

43. Massachusetts – $6,277

42. Wisconsin – $6,484

41. Missouri – $6,491

40. Vermont – $6,545

39. Mississippi – $6,673

38. Iowa – $6,696

37. Arkansas – $6,747

36. Minnesota – $6,761

35. New Hampshire – $6,838

34. Indiana – $6,958

33. Kansas – $7,040

32. West Virginia – $7,090

31. Georgia – $7,090

30. Arizona – $7,100

29. Alabama – $7,105

28. Delaware – $7,158

27. Kentucky – $7,190

26. North Carolina – $7,225

25. Louisiana – $7,260

24. Illinois – $7,278

23. Connecticut – $7,304

22. South Dakota – $7,362

21. Texas – $7,692

20. Virginia – $7,867

19. Nevada – $7,871

18. Maryland – $7,913

17. New Mexico – $7,952

16. Oklahoma – $8,059

15. Washington – $8,108

14. Washington D.C. – $8,291

13. Hawaii – $8,315

12. Florida – $8,444

11. North Dakota – $8,450

10. Idaho – $8,570

9. Oregon – $8,619

8. New York – $8,764

7. Colorado – $9,108

6. New Jersey – $9,454

5. Montana – $9,759

4. California – $10,496

3. Utah – $11,222

2. Wyoming – $11,546

1. Alaska – $13,048

Now if only there was a list of the best states to live in to get out of credit card debt!

(h/t ValuePenguin)