A national survey finds that the U.s. ranks No. 5 among the countries with the lowest rates of intellectual disability, with only Mexico and Guatemala seeing a decline.
The Center for the Study of Disability, in partnership with the National Center for Research Resources, analyzed data from the 2011 National Disability Insurance Survey (NDIS) and the 2012 National Survey of Children and Families (NSFC) to find out which states have among the lowest percentages of adults with intellectual disabilities.
While the report found that there are currently only 8,500 adults with mental illness, the study found that the number of adults in this group has been steadily rising over the past 15 years, with the overall number of mental illnesses among adults increased by 6.7 percent between 2005 and 2011.
While this is good news, the number remains low compared to the national average of 16.4 percent.
In fact, the report notes that there is a significant drop from 12.9 percent in 2005 to 10.2 percent in 2012.
That’s because the number for adults with the mental illness has been declining since 2005.
In the past five years, the percentage of adults diagnosed with intellectual disability has decreased by 8.7 percentage points, according to the study.
While it’s good news that the rate of intellectual disabilities in the U., has been dropping, it’s not as great as one might think.
The report finds that, while overall intellectual disability is currently increasing, the rate is significantly lower in the states that have lower rates.
The states that are having the lowest overall rates of mental illness are New Mexico (6.3 percent), Louisiana (5.7), Utah (4.9), and Washington (4 percent).
According to the report, New Mexico has the highest rate of the four states, with 17.9 cases per 100,000 adults.
The rest of the states in the top five have the second-lowest rates.
Among states with the highest overall rates, only Hawaii has a lower rate of overall intellectual disabilities than New Mexico.
Among the states with lowest overall rate of mental health, only Louisiana has a higher rate of total intellectual disabilities compared to New Mexico and New Mexico is the only state that has lower rates than the other three.
While Louisiana is one of the best states in terms of overall rates and intellectual disabilities, the state also has the lowest total rates of the 10 states that it is in the bottom 10.
In addition, New Orleans is the fourth-most-diseased city in the country, and only New Mexico, Louisiana, and California have more than 10 percent of the population living in poverty.
It’s important to note that the overall rate has not increased over the last decade, but has decreased significantly over the same period.
The study also found that among states with a rate of more than one case per 100 people, Utah and New York have the highest rates.
But as noted, that’s only because the rate has decreased in Utah since 2006, when the Utah Department of Health and Human Services launched a mental health pilot program.
The pilot program has led to a number of improvements in mental health care for Utah residents, and the state has increased the rate for adults and the rate per 100 persons over the years.
New Mexico’s rate of 0.6 cases per 10,000 is the highest of the ten states.
The state also reported the highest number of cases of any state in the survey, with 1,947, and a rate that was 12.2 times higher than the national rate of 4.6.
The rate for New York was the second highest in the nation at 1,058 cases per capita.
And while the overall national rate has been decreasing over the previous decade, New York still has one of among the highest numbers of adults living with mental health issues.
The number of people living with intellectual health issues in New York is one-third the national number of 3.2 million.
However, the U