The American Lung Association released its nationwide grades and Indiana didn’t do so well.
The state ranked average or below in every category, receiving two "F's", one "D" and one "C".
The state is making progress though.
In 2012 Indiana passed a ban that would prohibit smoking in bars, taverns and nightclubs, but that might not be enough. Officials say that lack of funding could be largely to blame for the poor rankings.
The state only spends around 11 percent of what is recommended on tobacco control programs.
Illinois also received two "F's" from the American Lung Association, but it did get an "A" in the "Smoke Free Air" category.