Top 20 Most Depressed States In USA 2022
According to WHO Depression is a common illness worldwide, with an estimated 3.8% of the population affected, including 5.0% among adults and 5.7% among adults older than 60 years.
Approximately 280 million people in the world have depression.
The prevalence of adults with a major depressive episode is highest among individuals between 18 and 25. 11.3% of adults who report two or more races have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. 8.7% of women have depression. 5.3% of men have depression.
In the USA, the state of Maine, Minnesota, Rhode Island and Utah equally have the highest rate of depression compared to any other state in America.
With that being said, below is the top 20 list of all the most depressed states in America ranked accordingly.
States With The Highest Rates Of Depression:
- Maine (6.00%)
- Minnesota (6.00%)
- Rhode Island (6.00%)
- Utah (6.00%)
- Alabama (5.00%)
- Arkansas (5.00%)
- Connecticut (5.00%)
- Delaware (5.00%)
- Idaho (5.00%)
- Iowa (5.00%)
- New Hampshire
- North Carolina
- North Dakota