A new survey from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that there is no nationwide consensus on which states are “tolerate” of people with mental illness.
While the survey found that states with the most tolerance for the mentally ill are the most likely to be hit hard by the epidemic, there are some states that are particularly tolerant.
There are a few states in the Midwest that have a relatively high percentage of people who do not have mental health issues, which has not been seen in other parts of the country.
These states include Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
States with a high percentage who are “mentally healthy” are usually the most welcoming states, according to the survey.
However, the survey noted that these states have been hit hard and may be susceptible to the new epidemic.
The study also found that the states with more people who are not currently experiencing symptoms of mental illness are less likely to see the effects of the epidemic.
The researchers found that while states with a higher percentage of “mentality-disordered individuals” in their population are more likely to experience an increase in suicides, this does not mean that they are more vulnerable to the pandemic.