List of Mexican states by Human Development Index

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 Development Programme with data from 1990-2017.[1]. As of 2017, only 6 states plus Mexico City have very high human development. The rest of the states all have high human development.

Mexican states by HDI (2012)
Mexican states by Human Development Index, 2012 (published in 2015). Legend:
  0.800 – 1.000 (very high)
  0.750 - 0.799 (high)
  0.700 - 0.749 (high)
  0.600 - 0.699 (medium)
  0.000 - 0.599 (low)

Mexican States

Rank Federal Entity HDI [2]
2017 2010
Very high human development
01  Mexico City 0.830 0.809
02  Baja California Sur 0.811 0.767
03  Nuevo León 0.808 0.785
04  Sonora 0.806 0.782
05  Sinaloa 0.804 0.771
06  Baja California 0.803 0.777
07  Coahuila de Zaragoza 0.799 0.768
High human development
08  Aguascalientes 0.794 0.767
09  Chihuahua 0.793 0.768
10  Tamaulipas 0.792 0.771
11  Querétaro de Arteaga 0.790 0.758
12  Jalisco 0.788 0.761
13  Nayarit 0.785 0.736
14  Colima 0.783 0.764
15 Estado de Mexico 0.782 0.748
16  Quintana Roo 0.781 0.758
17  Durango 0.775 0.740
18  Morelos 0.775 0.750
19  Tabasco 0.773 0.748
20  Yucatán 0.773 0.738
21  Tlaxcala 0.770 0.735
22  Campeche 0.762 0.741
23  Hidalgo 0.761 0.724
24  Zacatecas 0.760 0.735
25  Guanajuato 0.757 0.723
26  San Luis Potosí 0.757 0.728
27  Michoacán de Ocampo 0.745 0.710
28  Veracruz 0.744 0.707
29  Puebla 0.742 0.714
30  Guerrero 0.717 0.666
31  Oaxaca 0.710 0.670
32  Chiapas 0.700 0.654

See also

References

  1. ^ http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/subnational-human-development-index-moving-beyond-country-level-averages. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ https://hdi.globaldatalab.org/areadata/
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