One of the most popular shopping destinations in every state is Walmart. But what states spend the most at the monument to consumerism? A new study from Go Banking Rates, has taken per-capita spending in states that have sales tax to find what states spend the most per household as Walmart. Would you be surprised to find the health living residents of Colorado ended up on this list?

10.) Tennessee - They spend 2.6 percent of their median household income every year at Walmart, around $1,125.

9.) North Dakota - They spend 2.1 percent of their median household income every year at Walmart, but with the state only having 17 locations, that comes out to around $1,189.

8.) Missouri - They spend 2.8 percent of their median household income every year at Walmart, around $1,230.

7.) Louisiana - They also spend 2.8 percent of their income, but with a lower median income, they come in at an average of $1,235.

6.) Mississippi - They spend 3.5 percent of their median household income every year at Walmart, around $1,395.

5.) Kansas - With one of the highest population of stores, their residents spend about $1,417 a year.

4.) Alabama - With a median income of $43,330, their residents spend about $1,476 a year.

3.) Arkansas - Spending 3.66 percent of their income, they spend about $1,494 a year.

2.) South Dakota - With their residents spending almost $1,511 a year, Walmart brings in more sales dollars than any other state, about $81 million per year.

1.) Oklahoma - This state comes in first, with its residents spending an average of $1,662 a year.