Here are the most diverse states in the US:
6. New Mexico
5. New York
4. New Jersey
Here are the least diverse states in the US:
4. New Hampshire
1. West Virginia
What's going on West V? Well, they rank the lowest in "household diversity," "linguistic diversity," "racial & ethnic diversity," "education-attainment diversity," and "income diversity." *gasps for air*.
California, on the other hand, ranked highest in all of those categories, except "income diversity." Though they did still rank very high in both "socioeconomic diversity" and "economic diversity," according to the WalletHub report.
The full ranking can be found on the original post by WalletHub. Keep in mind that a state can rank very low in one thing and still have an overall high score, as is the case with New Jersey, which came in as the fourth most diverse state, but ranked lowest in "occupational diversity."
The map on the original post allows you to see the demographic evolution between 2009 and 2017. You'll note that, overall, our country is getting more and more diverse. WalletHub reported that The US Census Bureau predicts a different reality in 2044, one without white people as our ethnic majority.
I feel it would be unprofessional for me to finish this article with WOOOOHOOOOO.