These Are the Most Obese Counties in Every State

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Montana: Hill
> Obesity rate in Hill: 39.3% (state: 27.1%)
> Adults who don’t exercise: 27.9% (state: 21.7%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 20.1% (state: 14.1%)
> Adults 20+ with diabetes: 11.0% (state: 8.9%)
> Median household income: $49,321 (state: $54,970)
> Hill population: 16,436
> Largest place in Hill: Havre City

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Nebraska: Thurston
> Obesity rate in Thurston: 47.2% (state: 33.4%)
> Adults who don’t exercise: 29.2% (state: 22.7%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 23.5% (state: 13.8%)
> Adults 20+ with diabetes: 18.8% (state: 10.0%)
> Median household income: $51,034 (state: $61,439)
> Thurston population: 7,181
> Largest place in Thurston: Pender Village

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Nevada: Pershing
> Obesity rate in Pershing: 39.2% (state: 27.1%)
> Adults who don’t exercise: 28.4% (state: 22.5%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 21.8% (state: 19.1%)
> Adults 20+ with diabetes: 8.0% (state: 10.5%)
> Median household income: $50,491 (state: $60,365)
> Pershing population: 6,615
> Largest place in Pershing: Lovelock City

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New Hampshire: Coos
> Obesity rate in Coos: 36.7% (state: 28.6%)
> Adults who don’t exercise: 26.2% (state: 20.8%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 18.5% (state: 12.8%)
> Adults 20+ with diabetes: 14.5% (state: 9.6%)
> Median household income: $47,117 (state: $76,768)
> Coos population: 31,741
> Largest place in Coos: Berlin City

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New Jersey: Salem
> Obesity rate in Salem: 39.0% (state: 27.0%)
> Adults who don’t exercise: 32.6% (state: 26.6%)
> Adults reporting poor or fair health: 19.0% (state: 15.5%)
> Adults 20+ with diabetes: 15.6% (state: 9.9%)
> Median household income: $66,842 (state: $82,545)
> Salem population: 62,990
> Largest place in Salem: Pennsville CDP