Diabetes in America: Full List of State Rankings
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A new U.S. survey looks at the rate of diabetes in each state.

The survey — a poll from Gallup-Healthways — includes information from a nationally representative sample of more than 176,000 Americans in all 50 states in 2015.

Here's the full list of diabetes rates by state, ranked lowest to highest:

1. Utah: 7.4 percent

2. Rhode Island: 7.6 percent

3. Colorado: 7.9 percent

4. Minnesota: 8.4 percent

5. Montana: 8.7 percent

6. Alaska: 8.8 percent

7. Massachusetts: 8.9 percent

8. Vermont: 8.9 percent

9. Nebraska: 9.1 percent

10. Wyoming: 9.3 percent

11. New Hampshire: 9.4 percent

12. Idaho: 9.7 percent

13. Connecticut: 9.8 percent

14. Washington: 10.1 percent

15. New Mexico: 10.1 percent

16. California: 10.2 percent

17. Iowa: 10.2 percent

18. Nevada: 10.2 percent

19. Oregon: 10.3 percent

20. Wisconsin: 10.4 percent

21. New Jersey: 10.4 percent

22. Illinois: 10.5 percent

23. South Dakota: 10.5 percent

24. North Dakota: 10.8 percent

25. Virginia: 10.8 percent

26. Delaware: 10.8 percent

27. Kansas: 10.9 percent

28. Hawaii: 11.1 percent

29. New York: 11.1 percent

30. Arizona: 11.3 percent

31. Maine: 11.5 percent

32. Pennsylvania: 11.8 percent

33. Texas: 11.8 percent

34. Florida: 11.9 percent

35. Maryland: 11.9 percent

36. Michigan: 12.0 percent

37. Indiana: 12.2 percent

38. Georgia: 12.7 percent

39. Oklahoma: 12.9 percent

40. Louisiana: 13.5 percent

41. North Carolina: 13.5 percent

42. Missouri: 13.5 percent

43. Ohio: 13.5 percent

44. Kentucky: 13.7 percent

45. Arkansas: 14.1 percent

46. South Carolina: 14.4 percent

47. Tennessee: 14.4 percent

48. Mississippi: 15.6 percent

49. West Virginia: 16.1 percent

50. Alabama: 16.1 percent

Original article on Live Science.