Top, bottom 10 states for vaccination rates

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Vaccination rates vary across the U.S., according to an analysis from personal finance website WalletHub.

To create the ranking, WalletHub analyzed 18 metrics including the number of vaccinated children, uninsured populations and measles outbreaks. Each state was graded on a 100-point scale.

Top 10 states with the highest vaccination rates

1. Massachusetts - 75.05
2. Vermont - 73.31
3. Rhode Island - 67.78
4. North Dakota - 66.27
5. New Hampshire - 64.84
6. Nebraska - 64.63
7. Delaware - 62.95
8. South Dakota - 61.51
9. West Virginia - 60.69
10. Washington - 59.95

Bottom 10 states with the lowest vaccination rates

1. Wyoming - 38.47
2. New York - 37.49
3. New Jersey - 36.35
4. Nevada - 35.21
5. Arizona - 34.86
6. Indiana - 34.80
7. Georgia - 32.61
8. Florida - 32.47
9. Texas - 30.50
10. Mississippi - 28.12

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