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Study: SC 94% Honest, Above National Average

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Unmanned Drink Kiosks Test Greenville's Honesty Unmanned Drink Kiosks Test Greenville's Honesty
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Study: SC Above National Average When It Comes To Honesty - July 23, 2013

The results are in after a company came to the Upstate to test the honesty of South Carolinians.

The Palmetto State ranks 20th in the nation when it comes to honest people, according to the study.  South Carolina proved to have a 94 percent honesty rating.  That's above the national average of 92 percent.

North Carolina came in further down the list with 90 percent honestly.

The results of the study were tallied from data gathered from experiments conducted across the country.

Drink company "Honest Tea" put unmanned drink kiosks on South Main Street in Greenville earlier this month as part of the research.

Everyone was asked to abide by the honor system when it came to paying a dollar for a drink.

Hawaii and Alabama tied at the top of the list with 100 percent honesty.

Get the complete findings here.

Unmanned Drink Kiosks Test Greenville's Honesty - July 11, 2013

One company put Greenville to the test to see just how honest people are in the Upstate.

"Honest Tea" put unmanned drink kiosks on South Main Street Thursday.

Everyone was asked to abide by the honor system when it came to paying a dollar for a drink.

Surveys are being conducted nationwide and the data will be released as a national honesty index.

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