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  • New Hampshire
    A
    100.0
  • Vermont
    A
    100.0
  • Montana
    C
    57.1
  • Washington
    A
    84.0
  • Nevada
    A
    84.2
  • New Jersey
    A
    91.8
  • Rhode Island
    A
    100.0
  • South Dakota
    A
    88.9
  • Oregon
    A
    88.9
  • Massachusetts
    A
    90.7
  • Wisconsin
    A
    92.7
  • Maryland
    A
    95.0
  • Nebraska
    B
    77.8
  • Utah
    A
    92.9
  • Connecticut
    A
    95.8
  • Ohio
    A
    84.8
  • Minnesota
    B
    76.3
  • Maine
    B
    76.9
  • New York
    A
    80.8
  • Virginia
    A
    86.5
  • Colorado
    A
    80.6
  • Delaware
    A
    100.0
  • California
    B
    77.3
  • Illinois
    A
    81.6
  • District of Columbia
    A
    85.7
  • Hawaii
    B
    66.7
  • Arizona
    B
    79.4
  • Pennsylvania
    B
    76.6
  • Indiana
    B
    76.7
  • Michigan
    B
    75.4
  • Iowa
    B
    70.4
  • Missouri
    B
    71.2
  • North Dakota
    A
    85.7
  • Idaho
    B
    66.7
  • North Carolina
    B
    67.6
  • South Carolina
    B
    61.4
  • Florida
    B
    64.5
  • Tennessee
    B
    61.7
  • Louisiana
    B
    61.4
  • West Virginia
    C
    56.5
  • Georgia
    B
    65.0
  • Kentucky
    C
    57.1
  • Kansas
    C
    56.7
  • Texas
    C
    52.2
  • New Mexico
    D
    38.5
  • Oklahoma
    D
    37.5
  • Wyoming
    D
    37.5
  • Alabama
    D
    39.3
  • Arkansas
    C
    41.2
  • Mississippi
    D
    33.3
  • Alaska
    C
    42.9

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