Map Key
  • Less than 20
  • 20.1 - 27
  • 27.1 - 34
  • 34.1 - 42
  • More than 42
Number of births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 19 in 2012.
State Teen Birth Rate Rate Rank
New Hampshire 13.8 births1st
Massachusetts 14.1 births2nd
Connecticut 15.1 births3rd
Vermont 16.3 births4th
New Jersey 16.7 births5th
Minnesota 18.5 births6th
Maine 19.4 births7th
New York 19.7 births8th
Rhode Island 19.9 births9th
Wisconsin 21.9 births10th
Maryland 22.1 births11th
Virginia 22.9 births12th
Utah 23.3 births13th
Washington 23.4 births14th
Pennsylvania 23.7 births15th
Oregon 23.8 births16th
Iowa 24.1 births17th
Delaware 25.0 births18th
Colorado 25.4 births19th
Michigan 26.3 births20th
North Dakota 26.5 births21st
California 26.5 births21st
Nebraska 26.8 births23rd
Illinois 27.9 births24th
Florida 28.0 births25th
Hawaii 28.1 births26th
Idaho 28.3 births27th
Montana 28.8 births28th
Ohio 29.8 births29th
North Carolina 31.8 births30th
Missouri 32.2 births31st
Indiana 33.0 births32nd
South Dakota 33.3 births33rd
Nevada 33.4 births34th
Georgia 33.8 births35th
Kansas 34.1 births36th
Alaska 34.5 births37th
Wyoming 34.7 births38th
South Carolina 36.6 births39th
Arizona 37.4 births40th
Tennessee 38.5 births41st
District of Columbia 38.6 births42nd
Alabama 39.2 births43rd
Kentucky 41.5 births44th
Louisiana 43.1 births45th
West Virginia 44.1 births46th
Texas 44.4 births47th
Arkansas 45.7 births48th
Mississippi 46.1 births49th
Oklahoma 47.3 births50th
New Mexico 47.5 births51st