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This Year's Baby Boomer State Rankings

This year's rankings are based on pooled data from the last 3-4 years.

RANKSTATE2015 
1Utah46.9%View More
2Vermont38.2%View More
3South Dakota37.8%View More
4Idaho37.1%View More
5Nebraska36.3%View More
6Wisconsin35.7%View More
7Minnesota35.5%View More
8Alaska34.8%View More
9Kansas34.2%View More
10Iowa34.1%View More
11Maine32.9%View More
12Washington32.8%View More
13North Dakota32.4%View More
14Virginia32.2%View More
15District of Columbia31.8%View More
16Colorado31.5%View More
17Oregon31.2%View More
18Indiana30.3%View More
19Missouri29.5%View More
19Montana29.5%View More
21Maryland28.8%View More
22Connecticut28.3%View More
23New Hampshire28.2%View More
24Wyoming28.2%View More
25Pennsylvania28.1%View More
26Oklahoma28.0%View More
27New Mexico27.8%View More
28Ohio27.6%View More
29North Carolina27.0%View More
30Tennessee26.4%View More
31Rhode Island26.0%View More
32Delaware25.9%View More
33Michigan25.7%View More
34Texas25.6%View More
35Massachusetts25.2%View More
36Illinois25.1%View More
37California25.1%View More
38South Carolina24.5%View More
39Hawaii24.3%View More
40Mississippi24.0%View More
41Georgia24.0%View More
42Arizona23.4%View More
43New Jersey23.4%View More
44Alabama22.6%View More
45Arkansas22.3%View More
46Kentucky21.6%View More
47West Virginia21.5%View More
48Florida21.0%View More
49Nevada20.6%View More
50New York20.1%View More
51Louisiana17.9%View More

 

2014 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2014
1Utah47.90%
2Idaho39.50%
3South Dakota38.30%
4Vermont37.70%
5Alaska37.50%
6Kansas37.30%
7Nebraska37.20%
8Minnesota36.40%
9Washington36.00%
10Wisconsin35.80%
11Iowa35.00%
12Maine33.80%
13Colorado33.50%
14New Mexico33.00%
14Oregon33.00%
16Indiana32.30%
17District of Columbia32.20%
18North Dakota31.90%
19Virginia31.70%
20Missouri31.60%
21Montana30.40%
22Connecticut30.20%
23Maryland29.80%
24Pennsylvania29.00%
24Wyoming29.00%
26Oklahoma28.60%
27New Hampshire28.50%
28Michigan27.80%
29North Carolina27.50%
30Ohio27.10%
31Delaware26.70%
32Illinois26.50%
32Massachusetts26.50%
34Rhode Island26.40%
35California26.00%
36Hawaii25.90%
37Texas25.80%
38Tennessee25.70%
39Mississippi25.40%
40New Jersey25.10%
41Georgia24.20%
42Arizona24.00%
43South Carolina23.70%
44Alabama23.40%
45Arkansas22.80%
46Kentucky22.70%
47Nevada21.80%
48Florida21.20%
49New York21.10%
50West Virginia21.00%
51Louisiana16.70%

2013 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2013
1Utah46.30%
2Idaho39.50%
3Nebraska39.40%
4South Dakota39.30%
5Minnesota39.10%
6Washington38.70%
7Kansas38.60%
8Alaska36.60%
9Vermont36.00%
10Iowa35.60%
11Wisconsin35.50%
12Oregon34.90%
13Colorado34.60%
14Maine33.90%
15New Mexico33.80%
16Indiana33.70%
17Montana32.30%
18North Dakota31.90%
19Virginia31.60%
20Connecticut31.30%
21District of Columbia31.20%
22Oklahoma31.10%
23Maryland30.80%
24Missouri30.60%
25Wyoming29.90%
26New Hampshire29.50%
27Michigan29.10%
28Pennsylvania29.00%
29Massachusetts28.30%
30Illinois28.00%
31Delaware27.90%
32Ohio27.80%
33Georgia27.10%
34North Carolina27.00%
35California26.90%
35Mississippi26.90%
37New Jersey26.50%
38Hawaii25.90%
38Rhode Island25.90%
40Texas25.70%
41Alabama25.50%
42Arizona25.40%
43South Carolina24.40%
44Tennessee24.10%
45Kentucky23.30%
46New York22.60%
47Nevada22.40%
48West Virginia22.00%
49Arkansas21.90%
50Florida21.60%
51Louisiana17.20%

2012 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2012
1Utah47.1%
2Nebraska42.3%
3Minnesota41.5%
4Kansas40.2%
5South Dakota39.9%
6Idaho39.6%
7Washington37.6%
8Wisconsin37.2%
9Vermont37.1%
10Alaska36.2%
11Colorado35.9%
12Iowa35.8%
13North Dakota35.0%
13Oregon35.0%
15Maine34.4%
16Connecticut34.1%
16Wyoming34.1%
18New Mexico33.2%
19Oklahoma31.9%
20Indiana31.3%
21Montana31.2%
22Virginia30.8%
23Maryland30.7%
24Massachusetts30.4%
25Missouri30.2%
26New Hampshire30.1%
27Illinois29.4%
28Michigan29.3%
29Ohio29.0%
30Pennsylvania28.9%
31District of Columbia28.0%
31Georgia28.0%
33California27.3%
33Delaware27.3%
35Alabama27.1%
36New Jersey27.0%
36North Carolina27.0%
38Mississippi26.8%
39Rhode Island26.4%
40South Carolina26.3%
41Arizona26.0%
42Texas25.8%
43Hawaii24.9%
44West Virginia24.3%
45New York24.2%
46Nevada23.3%
47Tennessee23.2%
48Kentucky22.6%
49Florida22.2%
50Louisiana22.1%
51Arkansas21.5%

2011 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2011
1Utah47.6%
2Nebraska42.8%
3Minnesota41.7%
3South Dakota41.7%
5Kansas40.6%
6Idaho39.2%
7Wisconsin39.0%
8Iowa38.7%
9Vermont37.8%
10North Dakota37.1%
11Washington37.0%
12Alaska36.8%
12Colorado36.8%
14Oregon35.3%
15Connecticut35.1%
15Maine35.1%
17Montana34.7%
18Wyoming34.1%
19Oklahoma33.1%
20Massachusetts32.1%
21Maryland31.7%
22Ohio30.9%
23Illinois30.8%
24Indiana30.6%
24Virginia30.6%
26Missouri30.2%
27New Hampshire29.9%
28Michigan29.6%
29Georgia28.2%
30New Mexico28.0%
31Alabama27.9%
32California27.8%
33South Carolina27.7%
34Pennsylvania27.6%
35Arizona27.3%
36District of Columbia27.1%
37North Carolina26.9%
38Tennessee26.8%
39Delaware26.7%
39Mississippi26.7%
41Rhode Island26.6%
42Texas26.4%
43Louisiana26.2%
44New Jersey25.7%
45Hawaii25.5%
46West Virginia25.3%
47Florida24.2%
48New York24.1%
49Nevada24.0%
50Kentucky22.8%
51Arkansas22.3%

 

 

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National Service

National service refers to the Corporation for National and Community Service programs: Senior CorpsAmeriCorpsthe Social Innovation Fund, and other programs and initiatives. Participants in these programs address community needs in disaster services, economic opportunity, education, the environment, health, and veterans and military families.

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