List of Mexican states by Human Development Index

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Mexican States by HDI, 2019.
  0.800 – 1.000 (Very High)
  0.700 - 0.799 (High)

The following table presents a listing of Mexico's 32 federal states, ranked in order of their Human Development Index, as reported by the United Nations Development Programme with data from 1990-2017.[1] As of 2019 only Mexico City, and 5 Mexican states have very high human development. The rest of the states, aside from Chiapas, all have high human development.

Mexican States[edit]

Rank Federal Entity HDI
(2019)[2]
Very high human development
1  Mexico City 0.837
2  Baja California 0.809
3  Nuevo León 0.808
4  Sonora 0.806
5  Baja California Sur 0.805
6  Sinaloa 0.804
High human development
7  Coahuila de Zaragoza 0.797
8  Aguascalientes 0.796
9  Tamaulipas 0.791
10  Jalisco 0.788
 Colima
12  Querétaro de Arteaga 0.787
13  Chihuahua 0.784
 State of Mexico
15  Quintana Roo 0.780
16  Nayarit 0.776
 Morelos
18  Tabasco 0.772
 Yucatán
20  Tlaxcala 0.770
21  Campeche 0.769
 Durango
23  Zacatecas 0.764
24  San Luis Potosí 0.760
25  Hidalgo 0.758
26  Guanajuato 0.756
27  Michoacán de Ocampo 0.744
28  Veracruz 0.743
29  Puebla 0.741
30  Guerrero 0.714
31  Oaxaca 0.708
Medium human development
32  Chiapas 0.698

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Permanyer, Iñaki; Smits, Jeroen. "The Subnational Human Development Index: Moving beyond country-level averages". Human Development Reports. United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved 15 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Mexico - Sub-national HDI". Global Data Lab. Radboud University Institute for Management Research. Retrieved 15 July 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)