The purpose of this analysis is to compare the rates of poor mental health days by rates of health insurance coverage, average number of poor physical health days, employment status, income level, teen birth and excessive drinking at the county level. Learn more about the data >

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Statesort descending County Percent Uninsured Median Household Income Percent Unemployment Percent Excessive Drinking Drug Overdose Deaths per 100,000 Teen Births per 1,000 Avg Poor Mental Health Days per Month
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CO SAN JUAN COUNTY 8.58 46,878 3.08 17.15 3.9
CO SAN MIGUEL COUNTY 11.82 69,458 3.51 20.38 3.6
CO SEDGWICK COUNTY 12.11 40,009 2.55 16.32 27.4 3.9
CO SUMMIT COUNTY 11.05 80,078 2.22 22.32 14.6 3.4
CO TELLER COUNTY 8.18 64,850 3.71 18.07 14.91 13.7 3.5
CO WASHINGTON COUNTY 9.61 47,869 2.42 17.93 21.2 3.7
CO WELD COUNTY 9.40 75,629 3.01 17.90 12.15 24.4 3.7
CO YUMA COUNTY 13.42 53,253 2.04 17.21 29.3 3.8
CT FAIRFIELD COUNTY 8.90 91,183 3.96 19.40 18.92 9.0 3.0
CT HARTFORD COUNTY 5.44 73,037 4.24 15.66 32.87 13.9 3.7
CT LITCHFIELD COUNTY 5.13 76,304 3.82 17.63 32.98 6.6 3.6
CT MIDDLESEX COUNTY 4.09 88,709 3.51 19.08 33.30 5.1 3.7
CT NEW HAVEN COUNTY 5.69 67,720 4.40 18.55 31.73 13.4 3.8
CT NEW LONDON COUNTY 5.01 67,790 3.95 17.85 35.62 11.6 3.5
CT TOLLAND COUNTY 3.74 89,584 3.58 19.05 27.34 3.0 3.3
CT WINDHAM COUNTY 5.60 65,182 4.52 17.23 35.19 13.5 3.9
DC DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 4.30 82,533 5.55 27.31 40.09 27.1 3.6
DE KENT COUNTY 6.41 54,980 4.15 16.58 28.29 20.9 4.7
DE NEW CASTLE COUNTY 5.60 69,562 3.66 19.44 38.48 17.1 4.2
DE SUSSEX COUNTY 7.15 59,821 3.75 16.43 33.49 32.2 4.1
FL ALACHUA COUNTY 11.87 51,026 3.27 18.68 10.00 12.9 4.5
FL BAKER COUNTY 11.97 52,804 3.39 19.23 16.55 43.3 4.6
FL BAY COUNTY 14.83 51,777 3.98 17.63 21.89 37.6 4.8
FL BRADFORD COUNTY 13.27 45,075 3.28 18.59 15.91 45.6 4.9
FL BREVARD COUNTY 13.01 57,612 3.52 18.78 38.81 18.5 4.5
FL BROWARD COUNTY 16.89 57,200 3.37 17.92 26.41 15.2 4.1
FL CALHOUN COUNTY 15.21 38,323 4.11 17.34 42.7 4.8
FL CHARLOTTE COUNTY 17.10 52,724 4.01 16.49 7.70 22.3 4.5
FL CITRUS COUNTY 15.45 41,556 5.20 15.25 33.62 29.9 4.9
FL CLAY COUNTY 11.35 62,835 3.28 21.11 29.37 18.5 4.6
FL COLLIER COUNTY 22.82 70,649 3.44 18.10 15.58 20.3 3.9
FL COLUMBIA COUNTY 12.38 46,195 3.74 16.68 20.53 41.4 4.9
FL DESOTO COUNTY 23.07 37,233 3.84 17.39 9.99 44.7 4.8
FL DIXIE COUNTY 15.82 37,148 4.23 18.67 32.21 41.8 5.2
FL DUVAL COUNTY 13.23 55,733 3.57 18.70 40.72 29.4 4.3
FL ESCAMBIA COUNTY 11.38 50,644 3.54 19.82 19.38 31.1 4.4
FL FLAGLER COUNTY 14.72 58,975 4.04 16.84 16.62 18.5 4.6
FL FRANKLIN COUNTY 17.73 40,297 3.45 21.51 53.9 4.3
FL GADSDEN COUNTY 16.31 42,259 4.57 14.71 40.1 4.7
FL GILCHRIST COUNTY 15.53 42,186 3.76 18.57 36.9 4.9
FL GLADES COUNTY 25.88 38,680 4.00 17.43 18.4 4.3
FL GULF COUNTY 13.47 45,426 4.41 19.21 34.9 4.3
FL HAMILTON COUNTY 15.10 36,299 4.24 15.43 46.7 4.6
FL HARDEE COUNTY 20.04 39,169 5.31 15.91 50.0 4.4
FL HENDRY COUNTY 26.85 44,391 6.07 15.23 14.03 47.5 4.7
FL HERNANDO COUNTY 15.80 45,884 4.52 16.24 21.60 20.7 4.6
FL HIGHLANDS COUNTY 18.49 39,994 4.81 14.63 20.70 34.2 4.9
FL HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 14.29 58,361 3.38 19.42 17.39 23.6 4.4
FL HOLMES COUNTY 15.68 38,040 3.97 15.97 27.34 49.0 4.9
FL INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 16.92 58,228 4.28 18.67 20.07 24.9 4.5

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