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At A Glance 2011

Percentage of Adults Who Are Obese,* by State, 2009

No Data<10%10%–14%15%–19%20%–24%25%–29%≥30%

ColoradoAlaskaArizonaAlabama

CaliforniaDelawareArkansas

ConnecticutFloridaKentucky

District of ColumbiaGeorgiaLouisiana

HawaiiIllinoisMississippi

IdahoIndianaMissouri

MassachusettsIowaOklahoma

MinnesotaKansasTennessee

MontanaMaineWest Virginia

New JerseyMaryland

New YorkMichigan

OregonNebraska

Rhode IslandNevada

UtahNew Hampshire

VermontNew Mexico

VirginiaNorth Carolina

WyomingNorth Dakota

Ohio

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

South Dakota

Texas

Washington

Wisconsin

* Body mass index (BMI) ≥30, or about 30 lbs. overweight for 5’4” person, based on self-reported weight and height.

Source: CDC, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

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