List of Mexican states by Human Development Index

Summary

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 2019 only Mexico City, and 5 Mexican states have very high human development. The rest of the states, aside from Chiapas, all have high human development.

Mexican States by HDI, 2019.
  0.800 – 1.000 (Very High)
  0.700 - 0.799 (High)

Mexican StatesEdit

Rank Federal Entity HDI
(2019)[2]
Comparable Countries and Territories (2019)[3]
Very high human development
1   Mexico City 0.837   Brunei
2   Baja California 0.809   Costa Rica,   Malaysia
3   Nuevo León 0.807   Kuwait,   Serbia
4   Baja California Sur 0.804   Mauritius
5   Sinaloa 0.803
6   Sonora 0.802
High human development
7   Coahuila de Zaragoza 0.797   Seychelles,   Trinidad and Tobago
8   Aguascalientes 0.796
9   Tamaulipas 0.791   French Guiana,   Albania
10   Jalisco 0.788   Cuba,   Iran
  Colima
12   Querétaro de Arteaga 0.787
13   Chihuahua 0.784
  State of Mexico
15   Quintana Roo 0.780   Bosnia and Herzegovina
16   Nayarit 0.776   Armenia,   Thailand
  Morelos
18   Tabasco 0.772   North Macedonia
  Yucatán
20   Tlaxcala 0.770   Colombia
21   Campeche 0.769
  Durango
23   Zacatecas 0.764   Brazil
24   San Luis Potosí 0.760   China
25   Hidalgo 0.758   Saint Lucia
26   Guanajuato 0.756   Azerbaijan,   Dominican Republic
27   Michoacán de Ocampo 0.744   Lebanon
28   Veracruz 0.743   Fiji
29   Puebla 0.741   Maldives
30   Guerrero 0.714   Samoa
31   Oaxaca 0.708   South Africa
Medium human development
32   Chiapas 0.696   Kyrgyzstan

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Permanyer, Iñaki; Smits, Jeroen. "The Subnational Human Development Index: Moving beyond country-level averages". Human Development Reports. United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved 15 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Mexico - Sub-national HDI". Global Data Lab. Radboud University Institute for Management Research. Retrieved 15 July 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ ""Human Development Report 2020 – Human development and the Anthropocene"" (PDF). hdr.undp.org.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)