U.S. females who reported their mental health was poor 2015-2017, by state

Percentage of women in the U.S. who reported poor mental health status in the past month in 2015-2017, by state*

U.S. females who reported their mental health was poor 2015-2017, by state This statistic shows the percentage of women in the U.S. who reported their mental health as poor from 2015 to 2017, by state. During this time, around 41 percent of women in West Virginia reported their mental health was "not good" between one and 30 days in the past 30 days.
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Percentage of women in the U.S. who reported poor mental health status in the past month in 2015-2017, by state*

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Percentage of women
South Dakota 33%
Hawaii 34%
New Jersey 34%
Florida 35%
Georgia 36%
Delaware 36%
Texas 37%
Minnesota 37%
Virginia 37%
North Carolina 37%
Montana 37%
Kansas 37%
Iowa 37%
Arizona 38%
Nebraska 38%
Nevada 38%
New Mexico 38%
Maryland 38%
Wyoming 39%
Connecticut 39%
Missouri 39%
New York 39%
Mississippi 40%
Rhode Island 40%
California 40%
Oklahoma 40%
North Dakota 40%
New Hampshire 40%
Alaska 41%
Wisconsin 41%
West Virginia 41%
District of Columbia 41%
Ohio 41%
Vermont 41%
South Carolina 41%
Tennessee 41%
Colorado 42%
Arkansas 42%
Illinois 42%
Maine 42%
Kentucky 42%
Idaho 42%
Alabama 42%
Massachusetts 43%
Pennsylvania 43%
Washington 43%
Michigan 43%
Louisiana 43%
Indiana 44%
Oregon 47%
Utah 47%
Percentage of women
South Dakota 33%
Hawaii 34%
New Jersey 34%
Florida 35%
Georgia 36%
Delaware 36%
Texas 37%
Minnesota 37%
Virginia 37%
North Carolina 37%
Montana 37%
Kansas 37%
Iowa 37%
Arizona 38%
Nebraska 38%
Nevada 38%
New Mexico 38%
Maryland 38%
Wyoming 39%
Connecticut 39%
Missouri 39%
New York 39%
Mississippi 40%
Rhode Island 40%
California 40%
Oklahoma 40%
North Dakota 40%
New Hampshire 40%
Alaska 41%
Wisconsin 41%
West Virginia 41%
District of Columbia 41%
Ohio 41%
Vermont 41%
South Carolina 41%
Tennessee 41%
Colorado 42%
Arkansas 42%
Illinois 42%
Maine 42%
Kentucky 42%
Idaho 42%
Alabama 42%
Massachusetts 43%
Pennsylvania 43%
Washington 43%
Michigan 43%
Louisiana 43%
Indiana 44%
Oregon 47%
Utah 47%
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This statistic shows the percentage of women in the U.S. who reported their mental health as poor from 2015 to 2017, by state. During this time, around 41 percent of women in West Virginia reported their mental health was "not good" between one and 30 days in the past 30 days.
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