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Marriage Rate Per 1,000 Men 15 Years and Older (1-Year ACS) Change

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Alabama 19.4
Alaska 29.4
Arizona 17.7
Arkansas 19.7
California 18.3
Colorado 22.1
Connecticut 14.1
Delaware 17.7
District of Columbia 30.4
Florida 15.4
Georgia 19.5
Hawaii 20.9
Idaho 22.7
Illinois 16.5
Indiana 19.9
Iowa 18.9
Kansas 20.7
Kentucky 18.2
Louisiana 18.4
Maine 15.0
Maryland 16.0
Massachusetts 14.6
Michigan 14.9
Minnesota 17.9
Mississippi 20.7
Missouri 17.2
Montana 16.5
Nebraska 18.0
Nevada 21.3
New Hampshire 18.5
New Jersey 15.9
New Mexico 17.8
New York 16.7
North Carolina 18.8
North Dakota 18.8
Ohio 16.1
Oklahoma 23.5
Oregon 18.4
Pennsylvania 16.2
Puerto Rico 8.3
Rhode Island 16.6
South Carolina 19.5
South Dakota 22.7
Tennessee 19.8
Texas 21.1
Utah 24.3
Vermont 15.2
Virginia 19.6
Washington 19.6
West Virginia 18.1
Wisconsin 16.1
Wyoming 24.6

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Geographic Comparison Tables.

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

Measure: Marriages in the previous year per 1','000 men 15 years and older

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