Percentage of individuals with a diagnosis of depression in the U.S. in 2016, by state

Depression diagnosis rates in the U.S. in 2016, by state This statistic shows the percentage of those with a diagnosis of depression in the U.S. in 2016, by state. In that year, around six percent of those living in Utah had been diagnosed with depression. Overall, around 4.4 percent of individuals in the U.S. had been diagnosed with depression.
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Percentage of those with depression
Alaska 3.8%
Alabama 4.8%
Arkansas 4.7%
Arizona 3.3%
California 3.6%
Colorado 4.2%
Connecticut 5.4%
District of Columbia 4.7%
Delaware 5%
Florida 4.4%
Georgia 4.3%
Hawaii 2.1%
Iowa 4.9%
Idaho 5.3%
Illinois 4%
Indiana 4.2%
Kansas 4.9%
Kentucky 4.6%
Louisiana 4.7%
Massachusetts 5.5%
Maryland 4.4%
Maine 6.1%
Michigan 4.6%
Minnesota 5.8%
Missouri 5.1%
Mississippi 3.6%
Montana 4.7%
North Carolina 4.8%
North Dakota 5.1%
Nebraska 4.1%
New Hampshire 5.1%
New Jersey 3.6%
New Mexico 4.1%
Nevada 3.2%
New York 4.2%
Ohio 4.4%
Oklahoma 4.7%
Oregon 5%
Pennsylvania 4.4%
Rhode Island 6.4%
South Carolina 3.9%
South Dakota 4.1%
Tennessee 4.8%
Texas 3.7%
Utah 6%
Virginia 4.4%
Vermont 5.2%
Washington 4.9%
Wisconsin 4.4%
West Virginia 5.4%
Wyoming 4.7%
United States 4.4%
Percentage of those with depression
Alaska 3.8%
Alabama 4.8%
Arkansas 4.7%
Arizona 3.3%
California 3.6%
Colorado 4.2%
Connecticut 5.4%
District of Columbia 4.7%
Delaware 5%
Florida 4.4%
Georgia 4.3%
Hawaii 2.1%
Iowa 4.9%
Idaho 5.3%
Illinois 4%
Indiana 4.2%
Kansas 4.9%
Kentucky 4.6%
Louisiana 4.7%
Massachusetts 5.5%
Maryland 4.4%
Maine 6.1%
Michigan 4.6%
Minnesota 5.8%
Missouri 5.1%
Mississippi 3.6%
Montana 4.7%
North Carolina 4.8%
North Dakota 5.1%
Nebraska 4.1%
New Hampshire 5.1%
New Jersey 3.6%
New Mexico 4.1%
Nevada 3.2%
New York 4.2%
Ohio 4.4%
Oklahoma 4.7%
Oregon 5%
Pennsylvania 4.4%
Rhode Island 6.4%
South Carolina 3.9%
South Dakota 4.1%
Tennessee 4.8%
Texas 3.7%
Utah 6%
Virginia 4.4%
Vermont 5.2%
Washington 4.9%
Wisconsin 4.4%
West Virginia 5.4%
Wyoming 4.7%
United States 4.4%
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This statistic shows the percentage of those with a diagnosis of depression in the U.S. in 2016, by state. In that year, around six percent of those living in Utah had been diagnosed with depression. Overall, around 4.4 percent of individuals in the U.S. had been diagnosed with depression.
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Release date
May 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Age group
0-64 years
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