States ranked by percentage of vaccinated children

Massachusetts has highest percentage of children who have been vaccinated, according to the most recently available data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

The foundation analyzed data from HHS and the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

Here is the percentage of children between the ages of 19 months and 35 months (roughly 1 to 3 years), who were vaccinated in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in 2017 (the most recent data available):

Note: The list includes ties and results in a numerical listing of 43.

1. Massachusetts: 82.1 percent

2. Tennessee: 79.3

3. New Hampshire: 78.9

4. North Dakota: 78.8

5. Nebraska: 77.9

6. Delaware: 77.1

    Virginia: 77.1

7. Florida: 76.2

8. Illinois: 75.4

9. Connecticut: 75.3

10. Maryland: 75.2

11. South Dakota: 74.7

     West Virginia: 74.7

12. Rhode Island: 74.4

13. District of Columbia: 74

     Vermont: 74

14. Iowa: 72.8

15. Maine: 72.7

16. Wyoming: 72

17. New Mexico: 71.9

18. Nevada: 71.3

19. Alabama: 71.2

     Missouri: 71.2

20. Colorado: 71

     Kentucky: 71

21. North Carolina: 70.9

22. Pennsylvania: 70.4

23. Oregon: 70.3

24. Louisiana: 70

25. Michigan: 69.9

     Washington: 69.9

26. Hawaii: 69.8

27. Alaska: 69.5

     Kansas: 69.5

28. Arkansas: 69.4

29. New Jersey: 69.3

30. Idaho: 69.2

     Wisconsin: 69.2

31. Mississippi: 68.7

32. California: 68.6

33. Utah: 67.9

34. Texas: 67.8

35. New York: 67.5

36. Oklahoma: 67.3

37. Arizona: 66.5

38. Ohio: 66.4

39. Indiana: 66.3

40. Montana: 66.2

41. Minnesota: 66.1

42. South Carolina: 66

43. Georgia: 65.6

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