The Most Obese City in Every State

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Montana: Billings
> Obesity rate: 27.1 (city) 25.4% (state)
> Adults who do not exercise: 20.7% (city) 19.6% (state)
> Population with access to exercise venues: 80.7% (city) 74.6% (state)
> Adults with diabetes: 8.6% (city) 8.3% (state)
> Adults who report fair or poor health: 13.8% (city) 13.9% (state)
> Poverty rate: 9.7% (city) 12.5% (state)

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Nebraska: Grand Island
> Obesity rate: 33.2 (city) 31.2% (state)
> Adults who do not exercise: 26.1% (city) 22.0% (state)
> Population with access to exercise venues: 79.0% (city) 83.5% (state)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.8% (city) 9.0% (state)
> Adults who report fair or poor health: 14.4% (city) 14.2% (state)
> Poverty rate: 10.3% (city) 10.8% (state)

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Nevada: Carson City
> Obesity rate: 27.5 (city) 26.5% (state)
> Adults who do not exercise: 21.0% (city) 21.7% (state)
> Population with access to exercise venues: 90.7% (city) 73.4% (state)
> Adults with diabetes: 10.6% (city) 10.0% (state)
> Adults who report fair or poor health: 18.8% (city) 20.5% (state)
> Poverty rate: 7.5% (city) 13.0% (state)

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New Hampshire: Manchester-Nashua
> Obesity rate: 28.2 (city) 28.0% (state)
> Adults who do not exercise: 20.2% (city) 20.0% (state)
> Population with access to exercise venues: 90.3% (city) 87.5% (state)
> Adults with diabetes: 9.2% (city) 9.3% (state)
> Adults who report fair or poor health: 12.6% (city) 13.6% (state)
> Poverty rate: 8.2% (city) 7.7% (state)

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New Jersey: Vineland-Bridgeton
> Obesity rate: 35.1 (city) 26.2% (state)
> Adults who do not exercise: 30.2% (city) 23.6% (state)
> Population with access to exercise venues: 83.6% (city) 94.5% (state)
> Adults with diabetes: 11.4% (city) 9.1% (state)
> Adults who report fair or poor health: 23.2% (city) 16.5% (state)
> Poverty rate: 19.2% (city) 10.0% (state)