Where does your state stand in the “fattest states” ranking?

Thanks to Calorie Lab for this infographic.

The CalorieLab United States of Obesity Fattest States Ranking 2011
2010
Rank
2011
Rank
State % Obese
2010
% Obese or
Overweight
2010
3-year
Obesity
Average
% Obesity
Change
Ranking
Change
1 1 Mississippi 34.5 68.8 34.4 0.6 0
2 2 Alabama 33.0 70.0 32.3 0.7 0
4 3 West Virginia 32.9 67.9 32.2 0.9 1
2 4 Tennessee 31.7 67.8 31.9 0.3 -2
7 5 Kentucky 31.8 67.5 31.5 1.0 2
5 5 Louisiana 31.7 66.4 31.5 0.3 0
6 7 Oklahoma 31.3 67.3 31.4 0.8 -1
9 8 South Carolina 32.0 67.4 30.9 1.0 1
8 9 Arkansas 30.9 67.2 30.6 0.5 -1
11 10 Michigan 31.7 66.8 30.5 1.2 1
11 11 Missouri 31.4 65.8 30.3 1.1 0
13 12 Texas 31.7 66.5 30.0 1.0 1
13 13 Ohio 29.7 65.7 29.6 0.5 0
10 14 North Carolina 28.6 65.3 29.4 0.0 -4
17 15 Indiana 30.2 66.4 29.0 0.9 2
16 15 Kansas 30.1 64.5 29.0 0.8 1
15 17 South Dakota 27.7 65.7 28.7 0.2 -2
17 18 Georgia 30.4 65.7 28.6 0.6 -1
17 19 Pennsylvania 29.2 65.8 28.5 0.5 -2
22 20 Iowa 29.1 66.2 28.1 0.5 2
20 21 Delaware 28.7 64.0 28.0 0.2 -1
21 21 North Dakota 27.9 64.7 28.0 0.3 0
26 23 Illinois 28.7 63.2 27.6 1.0 3
23 23 Nebraska 27.5 64.9 27.6 0.3 0
24 25 Wisconsin 26.9 63.6 27.4 0.5 -1
26 26 Maryland 27.9 66.1 27.1 0.5 0
29 27 Maine 27.4 63.7 26.6 0.7 2
28 28 Washington 26.2 61.8 26.4 0.1 0
36 29 Florida 27.2 65.0 26.1 1.0 7
31 30 Virginia 26.4 61.2 25.9 0.4 1
24 30 Alaska 25.2 65.9 25.9 -1.0 -6
36 32 Idaho 26.9 62.9 25.7 0.6 4
34 33 New Mexico 25.6 60.7 25.6 0.2 1
34 33 New Hampshire 25.5 63.1 25.6 0.1 1
38 35 Oregon 27.6 60.9 25.4 0.4 3
38 35 Wyoming 25.7 63.8 25.4 0.4 3
30 35 Arizona 24.7 65.4 25.4 -0.4 -5
31 38 Minnesota 25.4 63.1 25.3 -0.2 -7
31 39 Nevada 23.1 60.2 25.0 -0.5 -8
41 40 California 24.7 61.6 24.8 0.5 1
38 41 New York 24.5 61.4 24.7 -0.3 -3
45 42 Rhode Island 26.0 63.5 24.3 1.4 3
42 43 New Jersey 24.8 61.6 24.1 0.2 -1
43 44 Montana 23.5 61.3 23.8 0.3 -1
46 45 Vermont 23.9 58.5 23.5 0.7 1
44 46 Utah 23.0 57.7 23.4 0.2 -2
47 47 Hawaii 23.1 57.2 23.0 0.5 0
48 48 Massachusetts 23.6 60.1 22.3 0.6 0
50 49 Connecticut 23.0 60.5 21.8 0.4 1
49 50 District of Columbia 22.7 57.5 21.7 0.2 -1
51 51 Colorado 21.4 57.6 19.8 0.7 0
Rankings were computed by CalorieLab based on a three-year average of state-by-state statistics for adult obesity percentages from the CDC’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System database. Obesity is defined as a BMI of 30.0 or over, overweight as a BMI of 25.0 to 29.9.

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