Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2013

From peak year, 1991
Percent Change
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RankStatePercent Change
1United States-57
99Washington, D.C.-71
1California-68
1Massachusetts-68
1Connecticut-68
4Florida-64
4Maryland-64
4New Jersey-64
7Vermont-63
8Illinois-62
8Virginia-62
8New Hampshire-62
8Washington-62
12Oregon-61
12New York-61
14Rhode Island-60
14Michigan-60
14Maine-60
14Colorado-60
14Georgia-60
19Nevada-59
19Delaware-59
19North Carolina-59
22Hawaii-58
22Arizona-58
24Utah-57
25South Carolina-56
26Wisconsin-55
26Ohio-55
26Minnesota-55
26Pennsylvania-55
30Tennessee-54
30Alaska-54
32Missouri-53
32Alabama-53
34Idaho-52
35Indiana-50
35Mississippi-50
37Texas-48
37Iowa-48
37Louisiana-48
40Kansas-47
41New Mexico-46
42Arkansas-45
42Wyoming-45
44Kentucky-43
45Nebraska-41
46Montana-40
46Oklahoma-40
48South Dakota-39
49North Dakota-32
50West Virginia-31
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Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2013From peak year