It's a new semester at Casper College, which means that many students are cranking as you read this. While many dorms across our local campus have their lights on throughout the night, the state of West Virginia is trying it's hardest to catch a few Z's. The researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention around America, even as far as Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands, all the while performing a study of the way people sleep. Then the staff of WebMD scraped the data to put together a rank of the states that sleep the least, and the one's that sleep the most. West Virginia seems to be the one state that needs the most sleep, nearly one in five people counting sheep.

But where does Wyoming er, rest on the survey? Here's a breakdown of where each state finished, featuring the consensus of people who reported that they did not get a good nights sleep in the past 30 days:

1. West Virginia - 19.3%
2. Tennessee - 14.8%
3. Kentucky - 14.4%
4. Oklahoma - 14.3%
5. Puerto Rico - 14%
6. Puerto Rico - 13.5%
7. (tie) Georgia - 13.4%
7. (tie) Missouri - 13.4%
8. Alabama - 13.2%
9. Mississippi - 13.1%
10. (tie) Louisiana - 13%
10. (tie) North Carolina - 13%
12. New Jersey - 12.8%
13. Arkansas - 12.3%
14. South Carolina - 12%
15. Delaware - 11.9%
16. (tie) Massachusetts - 11.8%
16. (tie) Texas - 11.8%
18. (tie) Arizona - 11.5%
18. (tie) South Dakota - 11.5%
20. (tie) Guam - 11.4%
20. (tie) Indiana - 11.4%
20. (tie) Ohio - 11.4%
23. Pennsylvania - 11.3%
24. (tie) Iowa - 11.1%
24. (tie) Maine - 11.1%
24. (tie) Nevada - 11.1%
27. Rhode Island - 10.9%
28. (tie) Kansas - 10.8%
28. (tie) Michigan - 10.8%
28. (tie) New York - 10.8%
31. New Mexico - 10.6%
32. Connecticut - 10.4%
33. (tie) Maryland - 10.1%
33. (tie) Wyoming - 10.1%
35. Minnesota - 10%
36. (tie) Montana - 9.9%
36. (tie) New Hampshire - 9.9%
36. (tie) Virginia - 9.9%
36. (tie) Washington - 9.9%
40. (tie) Hawaii - 9.8%
40. (tie) Illinois - 9.8%
42. Vermont - 9.7%
43. U.S. Virgin Islands - 9.6%
44. Alaska - 9.4%
45. (tie) Colorado - 9.2%
45. (tie) Utah - 9.2%
47. Nebraska - 9%
48. Idaho - 8.9%
49. Oregon - 8.8%
50. Wisconsin - 8.6%
51. District of Columbia - 8.5%
52. California - 8%
53. North Dakota - 7.4%