Florida ranks 28th among the states most affected by the government shutdown.
But, WalletHub analyst John Kiernan says Florida is actually at a much higher risk for shutdown-related economic issues regarding real estate, student loans, and Social Security.
The Sunshine State ranks among the top 10 when it comes to the risk of long-term effects related to those areas.
If Social Security payments are halted, that could affect the state's economy, since billions from those payments stimulate the state's economy each year.
Also, Florida's real estate recovery could also come to a screeching halt when interest rates start going up and government-backed loans can't get to closing.