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U.S. State Ratings And Outlooks: Current List

Table 1

Recent Rating Actions
State To From Date
Oklahoma AA/Stable AA/Negative April 13, 2021
Illinois BBB-/Stable BBB-/Negative March 9, 2021

Table 2

S&P Global Ratings' U.S. State Ratings
Ratings as of April 13, 2021
State Rating Outlook State Rating Outlook

Alabama

AA Stable

Montana

AA Stable

Alaska

AA- Negative

Nebraska (ICR)

AAA Stable

Arizona (ICR)

AA Stable

Nevada

AA+ Negative

Arkansas

AA Stable

New Hampshire

AA Stable

California

AA- Stable

New Jersey

BBB+ Stable

Colorado (ICR)

AA Stable

New Mexico

AA Negative

Connecticut

A Stable

New York

AA+ Negative

Delaware

AAA Stable

North Carolina

AAA Stable

Florida

AAA Stable

North Dakota (ICR)

AA+ Stable

Georgia

AAA Stable

Ohio

AA+ Stable

Hawaii

AA+ Negative

Oklahoma

AA Stable

Idaho (ICR)

AA+ Stable

Oregon

AA+ Stable

Illinois

BBB- Stable

Pennsylvania

A+ Negative

Indiana (ICR)

AAA Stable

Rhode Island

AA Stable

Iowa (ICR)

AAA Stable

South Carolina

AA+ Stable

Kansas (ICR)

AA- Stable

South Dakota (ICR)

AAA Stable

Kentucky (ICR)

A Stable

Tennessee

AAA Stable

Louisiana

AA- Stable

Texas (ICR)

AAA Stable

Maine

AA Stable

Utah

AAA Stable

Maryland

AAA Stable

Vermont

AA+ Negative

Massachusetts

AA Stable

Virginia

AAA Stable

Michigan

AA Negative

Washington

AA+ Stable

Minnesota

AAA Negative

West Virginia

AA- Stable

Mississippi

AA Stable

Wisconsin

AA Stable

Missouri

AAA Stable

Wyoming (ICR)

AA Stable
ICR-Issuer credit rating. All other ratings are for the state's general obligation debt. Ratings for other debt issued by the state will vary based on the security backing the bonds.

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