Wondering about the divorce rate in your state? Look no further than this handy guide, courtesy of FindTheData.org.
The information below is compiled from data provided by the American Bar Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and 2011 Census Bureau figures. The rate is derived from the number of people who identify as divorced per 1,000 residents.
Scroll through the chart below to see how your state stacks up.
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The largest country in the world also has the highest divorce rate—<strong>5</strong> divorces per 1000 people.
At <strong>3.8</strong> divorces per 1000 people, this predominantly Eastern Orthodox country has the second-to-highest divorce rate in the world.
Once called the “Bread Basket of the Soviet Union,” this agriculturally rich Eastern European country has <strong>3.6</strong> divorces per 1000 people.
Moldova, the small, former Soviet country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, has <strong>3.5</strong> divorces per 1000 people.
Despite enjoying the highest standard of living in the Caribbean, <strong>3.4</strong> per every 1000 Caymanians divorce. Residency requirements prohibit U.S. citizens from obtaining a divorce in this off-shore account haven.
Though <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/08/state-divorce-rates_n_775688.html#s167807" target="_hplink">each state</a> has a different <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/12/01/lowest-divorce-rates-by-s_n_790159.html#s195502" target="_hplink">divorce rate</a>, the United States as a whole has the 5th highest divorce rate in the world—<strong>3.4</strong> divorces per every 1000 people.
This popular honeymoon destination has one of the highest divorce rates in the world—<strong>3.3</strong> divorces per 1000 people.
Cubans may celebrate marriages with their famous cigars, but <strong>3.2</strong> per every 1000 end up getting a divorce.
In this Baltic state—the first Soviet Republic to declare independence from the USSR—<strong>3.1</strong> per every 1000 people get divorced.
Known for their beer—and the highest beer consumption per capita in the world—the creator of the original Budweiser boasts <strong>3</strong> divorces per 1000 people.