Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book 2017: State Rankings: Identity Theft Reports

Map of the United States showing number of identity theft reports per 100K population, color coded in a range from high to low (specific information is provided in the table below).

Rank

State

Reports per 100K Population

# of Reports

1Michigan15115,027
2Florida14931,167
3California14055,418
4Maryland1297,787
5Nevada1283,828
6Delaware1261,211
7Illinois12415,841
8Rhode Island1231,302
9Georgia12012,548
10Arizona1198,330
11Texas11833,454
12Connecticut1144,078
13Colorado1086,051
14New Jersey1069,553
15New York10320,397
16Washington997,360
17Pennsylvania9712,468
18North Carolina929,424
19New Mexico911,909
20Virginia907,656
21South Carolina904,509
22Oregon903,714
23Massachusetts886,016
24Tennessee835,586
25New Hampshire821,097
26Missouri824,994
27Utah792,452
28Idaho791,356
29Ohio789,121
30Minnesota784,324
31Indiana755,027
32Alabama743,609
33Oklahoma742,901
34Kansas722,100
35Louisiana713,340
36Arkansas692,084
37Mississippi692,064
38Kentucky693,060
39Wyoming67389
40Alaska67494
41Wisconsin643,731
42Hawaii62890
43North Dakota62467
44Nebraska611,170
45Montana61638
46Maine60806
47Iowa591,870
48Vermont57354
49West Virginia551,000
50South Dakota46403
 District of Columbia1921,333
Puerto Rico612,046

The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are included in the table but are not ranked. States are ranked based on the number of reports per 100,000 populations. Population estimates are based on 2017 U.S. Census population estimates. Ranking excludes state-specific data contributor reports.