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List of Mexican states by Human Development Index

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Mexican states by HDI, 2008 (published in 2014)
Mexican states by Human Development Index, 2012 (published in 2015).

The following table presents a listing of Mexico's 32 federal states, ranked in order of their Human Development Index, as reported by the United Nations in 2015 with data from 2008-2015.[1]. None of the states has a low level of human development, while Mexico City is the only one in the very high development bracket.

Mexican statesEdit

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Rank Federal Entity HDI
2012 Changes 2008-2012 2012[1] 2008[1] Changes 2008-2012
Very high human development
01     Mexico City 0.830 0.818  
High human development
02   (1)   Nuevo León 0.790 0.782  
03   (1)   Sonora 0.779 0.764  
04   (2)   Baja California Sur 0.776 0.782  
05   (1)   Coahuila de Zaragoza 0.768 0.751  
06   (1)   Colima 0.763 0.754  
07   (4)   Querétaro de Arteaga 0.760 0.742  
08     Baja California 0.760 0.750  
09   (1)   Aguascalientes 0.760 0.742  
10   (1)   Tamaulipas 0.758 0.749  
11   (4)   Sinaloa 0.757 0.751  
12     Quintana Roo 0.754 0.739  
13   (1)   Jalisco 0.751 0.733  
14   (1)   Morelos 0.749 0.736  
15   (3)   Campeche 0.749 0.723  
16   Estado de Mexico 0.745 0.728  
17   (2)   Tabasco 0.742 0.721  
18   (2)   Yucatán 0.739 0.719  
19   (4)   Chihuahua 0.734 0.730  
20   (3)   Nayarit 0.733 0.727  
21     Durango 0.731 0.714  
22     Tlaxcala 0.727 0.707  
23     San Luis Potosí 0.726 0.704  
24     Hidalgo 0.723 0.701  
25     Zacatecas 0.720 0.700  
26     Guanajuato 0.720 0.700  
27   (1)   Puebla 0.717 0.692  
28   (1)   Veracruz 0.713 0.696  
29     Michoacán de Ocampo 0.700 0.683  
Medium human development
30     Oaxaca 0.681 0.664  
31     Guerrero 0.679 0.663  
32     Chiapas 0.667 0.644  

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Índice de Desarrollo Humano para las entidades federativas, México 2015" (PDF) (in Spanish). United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved 13 July 2016.