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This Year's Millenials State Rankings

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

RANKSTATE2015 
1Utah33.4%View More
2South Dakota30.4%View More
3District of Columbia30.2%View More
4Minnesota30.0%View More
5Wisconsin29.4%View More
6Idaho29.2%View More
7Wyoming28.7%View More
8Oregon28.6%View More
9Alaska27.8%View More
10Kansas27.3%View More
11Maine27.2%View More
12Iowa26.9%View More
13Virginia26.7%View More
14Nebraska25.7%View More
15Connecticut25.3%View More
16Washington25.0%View More
17Vermont24.9%View More
18Pennsylvania24.6%View More
19Missouri24.3%View More
19Montana24.3%View More
21North Dakota24.3%View More
22Michigan24.2%View More
23Ohio24.0%View More
24Colorado23.8%View More
25New Hampshire23.5%View More
26North Carolina23.0%View More
27Maryland22.5%View More
28Indiana22.4%View More
29Alabama21.7%View More
30Illinois21.7%View More
31Massachusetts21.1%View More
32California21.0%View More
33New Mexico21.0%View More
34Tennessee20.9%View More
35Kentucky20.4%View More
36Delaware20.4%View More
37West Virginia20.1%View More
38Oklahoma20.1%View More
39Texas20.1%View More
40Arizona19.3%View More
41Mississippi19.1%View More
42Rhode Island18.9%View More
43Arkansas18.7%View More
44New Jersey18.2%View More
45Georgia17.6%View More
46Hawaii17.6%View More
47New York17.2%View More
48South Carolina16.7%View More
49Nevada16.5%View More
50Florida16.0%View More
51Louisiana15.8%View More

 

2014 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2014
1Utah37.2%
2Oregon29.9%
3Wisconsin29.6%
4Alaska29.4%
5Vermont29.3%
6District of Columbia29.0%
7Minnesota28.7%
8Kansas28.2%
9Idaho27.9%
10Montana27.7%
10Washington27.7%
12Wyoming27.5%
13Iowa27.1%
14Missouri27.0%
15Nebraska26.6%
16Connecticut26.5%
17South Dakota25.9%
18Maine25.8%
19Virginia25.6%
20Colorado24.6%
21Michigan23.8%
22Tennessee22.8%
23Maryland22.5%
24North Carolina22.4%
25Ohio22.3%
26North Dakota22.1%
27Illinois22.0%
28Mississippi21.7%
29Alabama21.6%
30Arizona21.5%
30California21.5%
30Indiana21.5%
33New Hampshire21.4%
33Pennsylvania21.4%
33West Virginia21.4%
36Kentucky20.6%
36Massachusetts20.6%
38Oklahoma20.5%
39New Mexico20.3%
40Hawaii20.1%
41Delaware19.5%
41Texas19.5%
43South Carolina19.1%
44Rhode Island18.9%
45Georgia18.7%
46New Jersey18.1%
47Arkansas17.4%
48Florida17.3%
49Nevada16.7%
50New York15.6%
51Louisiana14.3%

2013 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2013
1Utah38.2%
2Oregon30.8%
3Kansas29.6%
3Wisconsin29.6%
5Vermont29.1%
6Idaho28.1%
6Iowa28.1%
6Nebraska28.1%
6Washington28.1%
10Alaska28.0%
10Maine28.0%
12District of Columbia27.9%
12Minnesota27.9%
14Missouri27.7%
15Montana26.2%
16Colorado25.6%
17Wyoming24.8%
18Connecticut24.6%
19Tennessee24.5%
20South Dakota24.0%
21Arizona23.6%
22Michigan23.5%
22Mississippi23.5%
24Virginia23.0%
25Maryland22.5%
26Illinois22.2%
27California21.9%
27New Hampshire21.9%
29Massachusetts21.7%
30North Carolina21.5%
31Ohio21.1%
32Alabama20.9%
32Indiana20.9%
32South Carolina20.9%
35Georgia20.6%
36Pennsylvania20.4%
36West Virginia20.4%
38North Dakota20.3%
39New Mexico19.7%
40Rhode Island19.4%
41Kentucky19.3%
41Oklahoma19.3%
43Delaware19.2%
44Texas19.1%
45Hawaii18.8%
46Florida18.7%
47Arkansas18.2%
47Nevada18.2%
49New Jersey17.3%
50New York15.2%
51Louisiana14.2%

2012 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2012
1Utah38.2%
2Vermont31.3%
3Oregon30.6%
4Wisconsin30.5%
5Iowa30.3%
6Minnesota29.8%
7Maine29.4%
8Nebraska29.1%
9Kansas28.2%
10Washington28.1%
11District of Columbia27.1%
11Idaho27.1%
13Alaska27.0%
14Missouri26.4%
15Montana25.0%
16Colorado24.8%
17Connecticut24.6%
18South Dakota24.2%
19South Carolina23.8%
20Tennessee23.5%
21Ohio23.2%
22Wyoming23.1%
23Arizona23.0%
23Massachusetts23.0%
25Michigan22.6%
26Mississippi22.3%
27New Hampshire22.2%
28West Virginia21.8%
29Illinois21.6%
30Rhode Island21.5%
30Virginia21.5%
32California21.4%
32New Mexico21.4%
34Alabama21.1%
34Indiana21.1%
36Maryland21.0%
37Pennsylvania20.9%
38North Dakota20.7%
39Oklahoma20.1%
40Hawaii20.0%
41Georgia19.9%
41North Carolina19.9%
43Florida19.5%
43Texas19.5%
45Nevada19.0%
46Arkansas18.6%
47Kentucky18.2%
48Delaware17.5%
49New Jersey16.9%
50New York15.1%
51Louisiana15.0%

2011 State Rankings

RANKSTATE2011
1Utah37.6%
2Minnesota31.1%
3Iowa31.0%
3Wisconsin31.0%
5Vermont30.8%
6Maine30.3%
7Nebraska29.7%
8Idaho29.5%
9District of Columbia28.1%
10Oregon27.9%
10Washington27.9%
12Kansas27.5%
13South Dakota26.9%
14Wyoming26.2%
15Montana25.5%
16Missouri25.3%
17Colorado24.7%
18Alaska24.0%
19Connecticut23.9%
20Ohio23.4%
21North Dakota23.1%
22Michigan22.9%
23Pennsylvania22.6%
24Rhode Island22.4%
25Tennessee22.3%
25Virginia22.3%
27South Carolina22.2%
28Oklahoma21.8%
29Massachusetts21.7%
30Illinois21.6%
31Alabama21.4%
31New Hampshire21.4%
33Arizona21.3%
33New Mexico21.3%
35California20.6%
36Indiana20.4%
37Hawaii20.2%
37West Virginia20.2%
39Georgia20.1%
40Florida19.8%
41Maryland19.6%
42Arkansas19.3%
42Texas19.3%
44Nevada19.0%
44North Carolina19.0%
46Mississippi18.8%
47Delaware18.6%
48Kentucky18.1%
49New Jersey17.9%
50New York15.0%
51Louisiana14.4%

 

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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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