Your Guide To Uncut Men In The United States

True or false? If you looked at the percentage of uncut men residing in each U.S. state, there wouldn’t be much of a difference across the board. Take a moment to think about this question for a moment. Once you’ve got your answer, write it down and slip it down your pants. Now take it out of your pants. Better yet, just take off your pants altogether…

Did you guess that the answer was “true”? Well, according to our data, you’re absolutely wrong. And you’re not wearing any pants. Either way, we’ve crunched the numbers to discover the states where you’re more likely to have a close encounter of the foreskin kind.

Florida, California, New York and New Mexico lead the pack in the uncircumcised department. In all four states, over twenty percent of Manhunt users list themselves as “Uncut”, while Michigan comes in with the lowest number at 7.8 percent. To put things into perspective, they’re joined by eleven other states in the single digits.

For the curious nerds amongst us, you can click through for a full list of the percentages by state. The rest of you can refer to the handy map you see above. What do you gather from all of this information?

– Dewitt

For a list of the percentages by state, follow the JUMP:

  • Alabama – 10.68
  • Alaska – 11.93
  • Arizona – 16.9
  • Arkansas – 12.5
  • California – 21.78
  • Colorado – 13.23
  • Connecticut – 15.95
  • Delaware – 8.52
  • District of Columbia – 15.5
  • Florida – 23.22
  • Georgia – 11.5
  • Hawaii – 10.37
  • Idaho – 10.9
  • Illinois – 16.49
  • Indiana – 10.57
  • Iowa – 8.02
  • Kansas – 9.74
  • Kentucky – 12.67
  • Louisiana – 12.14
  • Maine – 17.53
  • Maryland – 11.95
  • Massachusetts – 18.36
  • Michigan – 7.8
  • Minnesota – 11.35
  • Mississippi – 12.01
  • Missouri – 9.24
  • Montana – 8.99
  • Nebraska – 8.95
  • Nevada – 15.89
  • New Hampshire – 12.14
  • New Jersey – 17.28
  • New Mexico – 21.7
  • New York – 21.96
  • North Carolina – 10.49
  • North Dakota – 11.47
  • Ohio – 8.58
  • Oklahoma – 10.08
  • Oregon – 13.55
  • Pennsylvania – 9.23
  • Rhode Island – 13.56
  • South Carolina – 9.99
  • South Dakota – 8.64
  • Tennessee – 10.79
  • Texas – 19.58
  • Utah – 13.6
  • Vermont – 15.17
  • Virginia – 12.51
  • Washington – 15.37
  • West Virginia – 16.7
  • Wisconsin – 8.1
  • Wyoming – 10.01