Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2014

From peak year, 1991
Percent Change
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RankStatePercent Change
1United States-61
1Washington, D.C.-53
1Delaware-81
2Massachusetts-72
3California-71
3Connecticut-71
5New Jersey-68
6Maryland-67
6Florida-67
6New Hampshire-67
9Virginia-66
10Rhode Island-65
10New York-65
10Illinois-65
10Colorado-65
14Michigan-64
14Oregon-64
14Washington-64
14Vermont-64
18North Carolina-63
18Georgia-63
20Arizona-62
20Maine-62
20Nevada-62
23South Carolina-61
23Hawaii-61
25Utah-60
26Wisconsin-59
26Pennsylvania-59
26Ohio-59
29Missouri-58
29Alaska-58
29Minnesota-58
32Idaho-57
32Alabama-57
34Tennessee-56
35Mississippi-55
36Indiana-54
37Iowa-53
37Louisiana-53
39Texas-52
39New Mexico-52
41Arkansas-50
41Kansas-50
43Kentucky-49
44Nebraska-48
45Oklahoma-47
46South Dakota-45
46Wyoming-45
48Montana-44
49West Virginia-37
50North Dakota-33
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Change in Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2014From peak year

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