Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2012

Among Girls Age 15-19
Births per 1,000 Girls
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RankStateBirths per 1,000 Girls
1United States29.4
99Washington, D.C.38.6
1New Hampshire13.8
2Massachusetts14.1
3Connecticut15.1
4Vermont16.3
5New Jersey16.7
6Minnesota18.5
7Maine19.4
8New York19.7
9Rhode Island19.9
10Wisconsin21.9
11Maryland22.1
12Virginia22.9
13Utah23.3
14Washington23.4
15Pennsylvania23.7
16Oregon23.8
17Iowa24.1
18Delaware25
19Colorado25.4
20Michigan26.3
21California26.5
21North Dakota26.5
23Nebraska26.8
24Illinois27.9
25Florida28
26Hawaii28.1
27Idaho28.3
28Montana28.8
29Ohio29.8
30North Carolina31.8
31Missouri32.2
32Indiana33
33South Dakota33.3
34Nevada33.4
35Georgia33.8
36Kansas34.1
37Alaska34.5
38Wyoming34.7
39South Carolina36.6
40Arizona37.4
41Tennessee38.5
42Alabama39.2
43Kentucky41.5
44Louisiana43.1
45West Virginia44.1
46Texas44.4
47Arkansas45.7
48Mississippi46.1
49Oklahoma47.3
50New Mexico47.5
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Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2012 Among Girls Age 15-19