Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2014

Among Girls Age 15-19
Births per 1,000 Girls
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RankStateBirths per 1,000 Girls
1United States24.2
1Washington, D.C.28.4
1Massachusetts10.6
2New Hampshire11
3Connecticut11.5
4New Jersey13.1
5Vermont14.2
6Minnesota15.5
7Rhode Island15.8
8New York16.1
9Maine16.5
10Maryland17.8
11Wisconsin18
12Virginia18.4
13Washington19.1
14Pennsylvania19.3
15Utah19.4
16Iowa19.8
17Oregon20
18Colorado20.3
19Delaware20.7
20California21.1
20Michigan21.1
22Nebraska22.2
23Florida22.5
24Illinois22.8
25Hawaii23.1
26Idaho23.2
27North Dakota23.9
28Ohio25.1
29North Carolina25.9
30South Dakota26.2
31Montana26.4
32Missouri27.2
33Kansas27.6
34Alaska27.8
35Indiana28
36Georgia28.4
37South Carolina28.5
37Nevada28.5
39Arizona29.9
40Wyoming30.1
41Alabama32
42Tennessee33
43Kentucky35.3
44Louisiana35.8
45West Virginia36.6
46Texas37.8
46New Mexico37.8
48Mississippi38
49Oklahoma38.5
50Arkansas39.5
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Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2014 Among Girls Age 15-19

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