NJ Stats: 2015 Senior Health Rankings

Rank  State  Score 
1 Vermont 0.664
2 New Hampshire 0.633
3 Minnesota 0.616
4 Hawaii 0.587
5 Utah 0.518
6 Massachusetts 0.517
7 Wisconsin 0.452
8 Colorado 0.436
9 Oregon 0.409
10 Connecticut 0.368
11 Maine 0.343
11 Washington 0.343
13 Maryland 0.293
14 Rhode Island 0.274
15 Iowa 0.250
16 Nebraska 0.210
17 Michigan 0.201
18 Delaware 0.198
19 North Dakota 0.187
20 Idaho 0.168
21 New York 0.166
22 Arizona 0.162
23 South Dakota 0.132
24 Kansas 0.101
25 Pennsylvania 0.076
26 New Jersey 0.073
27 Florida 0.025
28 Virginia -0.002
29 California -0.014
30 Ohio -0.016
31 Alaska -0.032
32 North Carolina -0.063
33 New Mexico -0.066
34 Montana -0.102
35 Wyoming -0.150
36 South Carolina -0.167
37 Illinois -0.173
38 Missouri -0.214
39 Georgia -0.236
40 Indiana -0.243
41 Texas -0.365
42 Alabama -0.449
43 Nevada -0.450
44 Tennessee -0.495
45 West Virginia -0.543
46 Oklahoma -0.630
47 Arkansas -0.662
48 Kentucky -0.767
49 Mississippi -0.817
50 Louisiana -0.864


Source:
United Health Foundation. “America’s Health Rankings: Senior Report.” 2015.