State Data

Obesity Rates, % Adults (2007-09 average)

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Alabama 31.6% (+/- 1.0)
Alaska 26.9% (+/- 1.5)
Arizona 25.8% (+/- 1.5)
Arkansas 30.1% (+/- 1.1)
California 24.4% (+/- 0.7)
Colorado 19.1% (+/- 0.6)
Connecticut 21.4% (+/- 0.8)
Delaware 27.9% (+/- 1.2)
District of Columbia 21.5% (+/- 1.0)
Florida 25.1% (+/- 0.9)
Georgia 28.1% (+/- 1.0)
Hawaii 22.6% (+/- 0.9)
Idaho 25.1% (+/- 1.0)
Illinois 26.6% (+/- 1.0)
Indiana 28.1% (+/- 1.0)
Iowa 27.6% (+/- 0.9)
Kansas 28.2% (+/- 0.7)
Kentucky 30.5% (+/- 1.0)
Louisiana 31.2% (+/- 0.9)
Maine 25.8% (+/- 0.8)
Maryland 26.6% (+/- 0.8)
Massachusetts 21.7% (+/- 0.6)
Michigan 29.4% (+/- 0.8)
Minnesota 25.5% (+/- 1.0)
Mississippi 33.8% (+/- 0.9)
Missouri 29.3% (+/- 1.1)
Montana 23.5% (+/- 0.9)
Nebraska 27.3% (+/- 0.9)
Nevada 25.6% (+/- 1.3)
New Hampshire 25.4% (+/- 0.9)
New Jersey 23.9% (+/- 0.8)
New Mexico 25.5% (+/- 0.9)
New York 25.1% (+/- 0.9)
North Carolina 29.4% (+/- 0.8)
North Dakota 27.7% (+/- 1.0)
Ohio 29.0% (+/- 0.8)
Oklahoma 30.6% (+/- 0.8)
Oregon 25.0% (+/- 1.0)
Pennsylvania 28.1% (+/- 0.8)
Rhode Island 22.9% (+/- 0.9)
South Carolina 29.9% (+/- 0.9)
South Dakota 28.5% (+/- 1.0)
Tennessee 31.6% (+/- 1.2)
Texas 29.0% (+/- 0.8)
Utah 23.2% (+/- 0.8)
Vermont 22.8% (+/- 0.8)
Virginia 25.5% (+/- 1.2)
Washington 26.3% (+/- 0.5)
West Virginia 31.3% (+/- 1.0)
Wisconsin 26.9% (+/- 1.1)
Wyoming 25.0% (+/- 0.8)
All U.S. statistics from BRFSS data are medians based on three year averages; Number of cases and amount of funding are totals except where noted; Rates and percentages are national averages except where noted. See Data and Methodology for State Data