(WXYZ) — Detroit is the fifth worst city in America for keeping your New Year's resolutions, according to a study by WalletHub.
WalletHub considered the most popular and commonly broken resolutions in the study, including "lose weight," "save more" and "reduce stress." The data set ranged from adult obesity to income growth to employment outlook.
Unfortunately for Detroit, it ranked high in percentage of obese adults, smoking rate and heavy drinking. Detroit also ranked among lowest median annual income and lowest median credit score.
The best city for keeping New Year's resolutions is San Francisco, according to WalletHub.