Michigan has a lot to be proud of, but this is not one of those things.

A new study has found that Michigan is the state with the biggest bullying problem in the U.S. 

Financial website Wallethub reports that every seven minutes a child in the U.S. is bullied and only one in four adults will intervene. The long-term affects of bullying can include low self-esteem, drug abuse, physical violence, and suicide.

To determine which states have the biggest problems with bullying, Wallethub's analysts measured the prevalence and prevention of bullying in 45 states and the District of Columbia "to help bring awareness to the harmful effects of such pervasive violence not only to America's young people but also to society as a whole."

States were rated on 17 key metrics like “bullying-incident rate” to “truancy costs for schools” to “percentage of high school students bullied online.”

Wallethub found Michigan to be the worst state for bullying.

Michigan ranked among the top five states in the nation in high school students bullied on school property and high school students bullied online.

For more on the study, visit Wallethub.