Credit and consumer law firm Lexington Law recently did an analysis of the geography of bankruptcies. Using statistics from the US Court system's online report of how many bankruptcies were filed in each US county between April 2014 and March 2015, they analyzed patterns in who goes bankrupt and where they live.

Using Lexington Law's data, we put together this map showing which US counties had the most bankruptcies, adjusted by 2014 population:

For more, check out Lexington Law's study here.

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