You’re the best — and not just in the west.
Idaho ranked first.
The Gem State edged out Arizona and West Virginia, who both had average gratuities of 17.3 percent.
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The worst? Hawaii. Their average tip was 14.8 percent.
The rankings were generated by the payment processing company Square, which analyzed data from 2 million sellers across the country.
Idaho’s top ranking is particularly notable given that the state ranks 36th in median household income ($51,624).
Earlier this year, Money magazine broke down the demographics of the best tippers in the country:
“Men, Republicans, baby boomers and debit or credit card users all leave an average tip of 20% of the total bill when they dine out, according to a CreditCards.com poll. Women leave a median tip of 16%, while Southerners and Democrats are at 15%,” the magazine reported.