The government shutdown that went into effect at midnight on Friday is stretching into its third day, and a resolution still looks tenuous. WalletHub looks at the consequences of a longer-term shutdown through the lens of six key metrics—including share of federal jobs, percentage of kids using the Child's Health Insurance Program, and national parks access—across DC and all 50 states to see which would be most adversely affected. Here, the 10 expected to suffer most, as well as those that may not see as much of a disruption:
- Washington, DC
- New Mexico
Read on for the states expected to be the least affected.