A new analysis has found that some states have more teens pregnant than others.
The new report, released by the Pew Research Center, found that among teens ages 15-19, Mississippi leads the nation in the percentage of teens who have gotten pregnant at least once in their lives.
Of those teens, 29 percent have gotten married, and 30 percent have already had a child.
In all, 41 percent of Mississippi teens have gotten a pregnancy-related test result.
More states are seeing an uptick in teen pregnancies.
In the 12 states with the highest rate of teen pregnancies in 2014, 21 percent had more teens than the national average.
Among the states with a teen pregnancy rate of less than 1 percent, 17 states had more than 20 percent of teens reporting pregnancy- related pregnancy tests in 2014.
Among those states, 10 had rates of more than 1.5 percent.
In the other 18 states with rates between 0.1 percent and 1 percent for teen pregnancies, 15 states had rates less than 0.5.
States with the most teens in the survey: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and West Virginia.
Overall, the report found that more teens are getting pregnant at an older age than the past two decades.
The most recent estimates indicate that in 2019, only 8.4 percent of 15- to 19-year-olds ages 15 to 19 were pregnant, compared with 17.3 percent in 1970.