List of U.S. states and territories by fertility rate

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This is a list of U.S. states and territories by total fertility rate in 2010.

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Rank in
the Fifty
States
Rank in all
states
& terri-
tories
State or territory
Total fertility rate
1  American Samoa 3.110
2  Guam 2.997
3  U.S. Virgin Islands 2.487
1 4  Utah 2.449
2 5  Alaska 2.351
3 6  South Dakota 2.270
4 7  Idaho 2.241
8  Northern Mariana Is. 2.185
5 9  Texas 2.159
6 10  Kansas 2.157
7 11  Hawaii 2.153
8 12  Nebraska 2.144
9 13  Oklahoma 2.105
10 14  Arizona 2.068
11 15  New Mexico 2.064
12 16  Wyoming 2.042
13 17  North Dakota 2.041
14 18  Iowa 2.009
15 19  Arkansas 2.003
16 20  Montana 1.986
17 21  Kentucky 1.967
18 22  Indiana 1.965
19 23  Georgia 1.962
20 24  Minnesota 1.961
21 25  Mississippi 1.957
22 26  Nevada 1.956
23 27  Louisiana 1.949
24 28  California 1.947
25 29  Missouri 1.941
26 30  Delaware 1.940
Total United States 1.931
27 31  Colorado 1.924
28 32  Washington 1.907
29 33  North Carolina 1.905
30 34  New Jersey 1.900
31 35  Ohio 1.898
32 36  Wisconsin 1.894
33 37  Maryland 1.888
34 38  South Carolina 1.884
35 39  Tennessee 1.883
36 40  Illinois 1.882
37 41  Virginia 1.880
38 42  Alabama 1.871
39 43  Michigan 1.852
40 44  Florida 1.834
41 45  West Virginia 1.829
42 46  New York 1.814
43 47  Pennsylvania 1.812
44 48  Oregon 1.791
45 49  Connecticut 1.723
46 50  Maine 1.700
47 51  New Hampshire 1.666
48 52  Massachusetts 1.665
49 53  Vermont 1.664
54  Washington, D.C. 1.646
50 55  Rhode Island 1.630
56  Puerto Rico 1.623

 Wake Island has fewer than 300 occupants, mainly related to activities of the United States Air Force, none of whom is considered a permanent resident.[1][2] All other insular areas under the sovereignty of the United States are uninhabited.

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