Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2012

From peak year, 1991
Percent Change
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RankStatePercent Change
1United States-52
99Washington, D.C.-65
1California-64
2Connecticut-62
2Massachusetts-62
4New Jersey-60
5Maryland-59
5Florida-59
5Delaware-59
8Vermont-58
8New Hampshire-58
10Oregon-57
10New York-57
10Illinois-57
10Virginia-57
14Washington-56
14Colorado-56
14Georgia-56
17Rhode Island-55
17North Carolina-55
17Nevada-55
17Michigan-55
17Maine-55
22Arizona-53
22Hawaii-53
24Ohio-51
24Utah-51
26Wisconsin-50
26South Carolina-50
26Missouri-50
26Minnesota-50
30Pennsylvania-49
30Tennessee-49
32Alaska-48
33Idaho-47
33Alabama-47
35Mississippi-46
36Indiana-45
37Texas-43
37Iowa-43
37Louisiana-43
37Arkansas-43
41Kentucky-40
41New Mexico-40
43Kansas-38
43Montana-38
45Nebraska-37
46Wyoming-36
47Oklahoma-34
48South Dakota-30
49North Dakota-25
50West Virginia-24
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Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2012From peak year