Prevalence of Self-Reported Obesity Among U.S. Adults by State and Territory, BRFSS, 2014
State % 95% Confidence Interval
Alabama 33.5 (32.1, 35.0)
Alaska 29.7 (27.8, 31.7)
Arizona 28.9 (27.7, 30.2)
Arkansas 35.9 (33.8, 38.0)
California 24.7 (23.5, 25.9)
Colorado 21.3 (20.4, 22.2)
Connecticut 26.3 (24.9, 27.7)
Delaware 30.7 (28.6, 32.8)
District of Columbia 21.7 (19.5, 24.0)
Florida 26.2 (25.0, 27.5)
Georgia 30.5 (28.9, 32.1)
Guam 28.0 (25.6, 30.5)
Hawaii 22.1 (20.7, 23.5)
Idaho 28.9 (27.1, 30.8)
Illinois 29.3 (27.6, 31.1)
Indiana 32.7 (31.6, 34.0)
Iowa 30.9 (29.6, 32.3)
Kansas 31.3 (30.3, 32.2)
Kentucky 31.6 (30.2, 33.1)
Louisiana 34.9 (33.4, 36.4)
Maine 28.2 (26.9, 29.5)
Maryland 29.6 (28.1, 31.1)
Massachusetts 23.3 (22.3, 24.4)
Michigan 30.7 (29.4, 32.0)
Minnesota 27.6 (26.8, 28.5)
Mississippi 35.5 (33.4, 37.6)
Missouri 30.2 (28.6, 31.9)
Montana 26.4 (24.9, 27.9)
Nebraska 30.2 (29.2, 31.3)
Nevada 27.7 (25.4, 30.1)
New Hampshire 27.4 (25.8, 29.1)
New Jersey 26.9 (25.7, 28.1)
New Mexico 28.4 (27.0, 30.0)
New York 27.0 (25.6, 28.5)
North Carolina 29.7 (28.4, 31.0)
North Dakota 32.2 (30.5, 34.0)
Ohio 32.6 (31.2, 34.1)
Oklahoma 33.0 (31.7, 34.3)
Oregon 27.9 (26.3, 29.6)
Pennsylvania 30.2 (28.9, 31.4)
Puerto Rico 28.3 (26.8, 29.8)
Rhode Island 27.0 (25.4, 28.6)
South Carolina 32.1 (30.9, 33.3)
South Dakota 29.8 (27.9, 31.8)
Tennessee 31.2 (29.3, 33.2)
Texas 31.9 (30.6, 33.3)
Utah 25.7 (24.9, 26.6)
Vermont 24.8 (23.5, 26.1)
Virginia 28.5 (27.2, 29.7)
Washington 27.3 (26.0, 28.5)
West Virginia 35.7 (34.2, 37.2)
Wisconsin 31.2 (29.6, 32.8)
Wyoming 29.5 (27.5, 31.5)

Prevalence estimates reflect BRFSS methodological changes started in 2011. These estimates should not be compared to prevalence estimates before 2011.