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A new WalletHub report ranked the Beehive State’s capital city as the 133rd most stressed city (or, conversely, the 18th least-stressed) in the nation.

Salt Lake City residents aren’t feeling the stress.

A new WalletHub report ranked the Beehive State’s capital city as the 133rd most stressed city (or, conversely, the 18th least stressed) in the nation.

Source: WalletHub

Newark, New Jersey, topped the most-stressed cities list, followed by Rust Belt locations like Detroit, Michigan and Cleveland, Ohio.

Southern cities Jackson, Mississippi, and Miami rounded out the top five.

On the other end, Fremont, California, ranked as the least stressed city, followed closely by Plano, Texas, and Overland Park, Kansas. Scottsdale, Arizona, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, rounded out the top five.

WalletHub ranked each city on a number of factors, including percent of adults with poor or fair health, affordable housing and divorce rates.

An interesting note: Salt Lake City did not rank in the bottom five for divorce rates, despite previous reports that highlighted Utah’s low divorce numbers, specifically in Provo and Logan.

A previous WalletHub report ranked Utah as the 47th most stressed state (or the fifth least stressed state) in the country. That list had Utah as the state with the lowest divorce rate and fewest average hours worked per week.

In April, a 24/7 Wall Street report ranked three Utah cities among the most stressed. Provo, Ogden and Salt Lake City all made the top 15 of that list, placing at the No. 2, No. 8 and No. 15 spots, respectively.

The survey reviewed percentage of adults who reported stress. About 45.1 percent of Salt Lake City residents reported having stress.