Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2015

From peak year, 1991
Percent Change
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RankStatePercent Change
1United States-64
1Washington, D.C.-77
1Connecticut-75
1Massachusetts-75
3California-74
4New Jersey-71
5Delaware-70
5Vermont-70
7Maryland-69
7Florida-69
9New York-68
9Virginia-68
9Rhode Island-68
12New Hampshire-67
12Colorado-67
12Michigan-67
12Washington-67
12Illinois-67
12Arizona-67
18Georgia-66
18North Carolina-66
20Oregon-65
20Maine-65
20Hawaii-65
23South Carolina-64
24Utah-63
24Nevada-63
24Wisconsin-63
24Minnesota-63
28Pennsylvania-62
28Ohio-62
30Missouri-61
31Mississippi-59
31Tennessee-59
31Alabama-59
34Idaho-58
35Indiana-57
36New Mexico-56
36Texas-56
36Alaska-56
36Iowa-56
40Louisiana-55
41Kansas-54
42Kentucky-53
43Arkansas-52
43Oklahoma-52
45Nebraska-48
46Wyoming-46
46Montana-46
48West Virginia-45
48South Dakota-45
50North Dakota-37
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Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2015From peak year