HONOLULU - Tech buy-back website Decluttr.com released a "Black Eye Friday" map on Wednesday showing the states most and least likely to see consumer chaos on Black Friday.

The data was compiled by using Google search data combined with FBI arrest records for crimes such as property damage and disorderly conduct. That data was then adjusted to account for each state’s population size to determine which state is most likely to see trouble this Black Friday and which state's shoppers will be able to browse in peace.

Montana is the state most likely to be peaceful while Wyoming is expected to be the most chaotic.  Hawaii ended up 45th on the list, so maybe we can expect some order on Black Friday?

Ranking

State

Score

1

Wyoming

29.94

2

Illinois

21.64

3

Arizona

19.50

4

Mississippi

9.43

5

Kansas

8.16

6

North Carolina

7.48

7

Indiana

7.09

8

West Virginia

7.03

9

New York

6.62

10

Vermont

6.59

11

Georgia

6.51

12

Alabama

6.23

13

Ohio

5.93

14

Minnesota

5.44

15

Nebraska

5.39

16

Iowa

5.29

17

North Dakota

5.22

18

Missouri

5.22

19

Kentucky

5.20

20

South Dakota

5.19

21

Arkansas

5.17

22

Tennessee

5.10

23

New Mexico

5.05

24

Texas

4.91

25

Louisiana

4.89

26

Michigan

4.87

27

Delaware

4.75

28

Utah

4.62

29

Idaho

4.61

30

Wisconsin

4.53

31

Rhode Island

4.47

32

Maryland

4.44

33

Virginia

4.39

34

Oklahoma

4.39

35

South Carolina

4.38

36

Florida

4.30

37

New Hampshire

4.28

38

California

4.21

39

Colorado

4.18

40

Pennslyvania

4.14

41

Maine

4.11

42

Washington

4.06

43

Alaska

4.06

44

Nevada

4.04

45

Hawaii

4.03

46

Oregon

3.98

47

Massachusetts

3.98

48

New Jersey

3.90

49

Connecticut

3.89

50

Montana

3.38