Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2015

Among Girls Age 15-19
Births per 1,000 Girls
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RankStateBirths per 1,000 Girls
1United States22.3
1Washington, D.C.25.6
1Massachusetts9.4
2Connecticut10.1
3New Hampshire10.9
4Vermont11.6
5New Jersey12.1
6Minnesota13.7
7Rhode Island14.3
8New York14.6
9Maine15.4
10Wisconsin16.2
11Maryland17
12Virginia17.1
13Washington17.6
13Utah17.6
15Pennsylvania17.7
16Delaware18.1
17Iowa18.6
18Oregon19
18California19
20Colorado19.3
21Michigan19.4
22Hawaii20.6
23Florida20.8
24Illinois21.1
25Nebraska22
26North Dakota22.2
27Idaho22.5
28Ohio23.2
29North Carolina23.6
30Missouri25
31Montana25.3
32Kansas25.5
33Georgia25.6
34Indiana26
35South Carolina26.2
36Arizona26.3
37South Dakota26.4
38Nevada27.6
39Wyoming29.2
40Alaska29.3
41Alabama30.1
42Tennessee30.5
43West Virginia31.9
44Kentucky32.4
45Louisiana34.1
46Texas34.6
46New Mexico34.6
48Mississippi34.8
48Oklahoma34.8
50Arkansas38
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Teen Birth Rate Comparison, 2015 Among Girls Age 15-19

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