States Where the Most People Are Divorced

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15. Ohio
> Divorced population: 11.9% (tie)
> Married, excluding separated 47.2% (12th lowest)
> Separated population: 1.5% (24th highest)
> Widowed population: 6.0% (13th highest)
> Never married: 33.4% (21st highest)
> Median household income: $62,262 (13th lowest)

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14. Montana
> Divorced population: 11.9% (tie)
> Married, excluding separated 50.9% (10th highest)
> Separated population: 1.2% (15th lowest)
> Widowed population: 5.4% (23rd lowest)
> Never married: 30.6% (8th lowest)
> Median household income: $63,249 (16th lowest)

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13. Idaho
> Divorced population: 11.9% (tie)
> Married, excluding separated 54.8% (2nd highest)
> Separated population: 1.1% (8th lowest)
> Widowed population: 4.8% (6th lowest)
> Never married: 27.4% (the lowest)
> Median household income: $66,474 (24th lowest)

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12. Alabama
> Divorced population: 12.2%
> Married, excluding separated 47.1% (11th lowest)
> Separated population: 1.9% (8th highest)
> Widowed population: 7.1% (2nd highest)
> Never married: 31.7% (18th lowest)
> Median household income: $53,913 (5th lowest)

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11. Wyoming
> Divorced population: 12.3%
> Married, excluding separated 53.8% (3rd highest)
> Separated population: 1.4% (21st lowest)
> Widowed population: 5.0% (10th lowest)
> Never married: 27.5% (2nd lowest)
> Median household income: $65,204 (20th lowest)

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