Special Report

Most Obese States in America

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35. New Hampshire
> Adult obesity rate: 28.6%
> Adults who don’t exercise: 20.8% (16th lowest)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.6% (16th lowest — tied)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 12.8% (2nd lowest)

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34. Washington
> Adult obesity rate: 28.6%
> Adults who don’t exercise: 16.4% (2nd lowest)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.3% (11th lowest)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 15.0% (14th lowest)

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33. Minnesota
> Adult obesity rate: 29.0%
> Adults who don’t exercise: 19.6% (9th lowest)
> Adults with diabetes: 8.5% (4th lowest)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 12.9% (3rd lowest)

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32. Idaho
> Adult obesity rate: 29.0%
> Adults who don’t exercise: 20.4% (14th lowest)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.3% (12th lowest)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 15.1% (15th lowest)

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31. Wyoming
> Adult obesity rate: 29.2%
> Adults who don’t exercise: 23.1% (22nd highest)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.0% (9th lowest)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 15.3% (17th lowest)

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