Do you think Arkansas is loud? Well, yes when you are calling the Hogs but how about loud talkers? According to a new study, Arkansas makes the list as a state with a lot of loud talkers and people just being loud in general.

You've heard loud talkers before, at the dinner table, in a store or on their cell phones. Americans are known to be loud talkers. But what states are the loudest? What about our neighbors in Texas and Louisiana?

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It wasn't just loud talkers that they looked at in this study from preply.com, they actually asked people if they felt they were loud talkers but also if they were guilty of loud actions like slamming doors, taking a call in a movie theater, having your phone on the speaker phone feature (because we all love to hear a complete stranger's conversation) and arguing in public.

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The good news is both Texas and Louisiana were rated louder than Arkansas.

Where Did Louisiana Rank on The List of Loudest Talkers?

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How loud is Louisiana? Very loud. Louisiana is the loudest state in the country. According to this poll, they are by far the loudest talkers in the country. Coming in second place was Florida.

 

Texans Are Some of the Loudest Talkers in The US

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Texas placed in the top ten as the 7th lousiest state in the U.S

Where Did Arkansas Rank on The List of Loudest Talkers?

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Arkansas came in at #11. That's not a bad thing, especially if you're calling the hogs right?

Here's the Map of the Loudest Talking States

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As for the quietest talker states, those honors go to West Virginia, Tennessee, and Maine.

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