US States and DC, 2014 Data
There is clearly a correlation with births per 1000 population.
G B
GDP/capita Live Births
$/pers/yr per 1000 pop Index =
Rank State in 2010 in 2008 G/B log(G/B) log(G)
1 Connecticut 56,001 11.5 4869.7 3.68750 4.7482
2 DC 71,044 15.4 4613.2 3.66401 4.8515
3 Massachusetts 51,552 11.9 4332.1 3.63670 4.7122
4 New Hampshire 44,084 10.4 4238.8 3.62725 4.6443
5 Vermont 40,283 10.2 3949.3 3.59652 4.6051
6 New Jersey 50,781 13.0 3906.2 3.59176 4.7057
7 New York 48,821 13.0 3755.5 3.57466 4.6886
8 Rhode Island 42,579 11.5 3702.5 3.56850 4.6292
9 Maine 37,300 10.3 3621.4 3.55887 4.5717
10 Maryland 49,025 13.7 3578.5 3.55370 4.6904
11 Pennsylvania 41,152 12.0 3429.3 3.53521 4.6144
12 Virginia 44,762 13.7 3267.3 3.51419 4.6509
13 Wyoming 47,815 15.1 3166.6 3.50059 4.6796
14 Washington 43,564 13.8 3156.8 3.49925 4.6391
15 Illinois 43,159 13.7 3150.3 3.49835 4.6351
16 Florida 39,272 12.6 3116.8 3.49371 4.5941
17 Minnesota 42,843 13.9 3082.2 3.48887 4.6319
18 Colorado 42,802 14.2 3014.2 3.47918 4.6315
19 Wisconsin 38,432 12.8 3002.5 3.47748 4.5847
20 Michigan 35,597 12.1 2941.9 3.46863 4.5514 This plot is very similar to all other index plots, but highest(G/B)/lowest(G/B) only =  3.03
21 North Dakota 40,596 13.9 2920.6 3.46547 4.6085
22 Delaware 39,962 13.8 2895.8 3.46177 4.6016
23 California 43,104 15.0 2873.6 3.45843 4.6345
24 Iowa 38,281 13.4 2856.8 3.45588 4.5830
25 Oregon 37,095 13.0 2853.5 3.45537 4.5693
26 Ohio 36,421 12.9 2823.3 3.45076 4.5614
27 West Virginia 32,641 11.8 2766.2 3.44188 4.5138
28 Montana 35,317 13.0 2716.7 3.43404 4.5480
29 Hawaii 41,021 15.1 2716.6 3.43403 4.6130
30 Missouri 36,979 13.7 2699.2 3.43123 4.5680
31 Kansas 39,737 14.9 2666.9 3.42601 4.5992
32 Alaska 44,174 16.7 2645.1 3.42245 4.6452
33 Nebraska 39,557 15.1 2619.7 3.41825 4.5972
34 Louisiana 38,446 14.8 2597.7 3.41459 4.5849
35 Tennessee 35,307 13.8 2558.5 3.40798 4.5479
36 Indiana 34,943 13.9 2513.9 3.40035 4.5434
37 North Carolina 35,638 14.2 2509.7 3.39962 4.5519
38 Alabama 33,945 13.8 2459.8 3.39090 4.5308
39 Kentucky 33,348 13.7 2434.2 3.38635 4.5231
40 Nevada 36,997 15.2 2434.0 3.38632 4.5682
41 Oklahoma 36,421 15.0 2428.1 3.38526 4.5614
42 Texas 39,493 16.7 2364.9 3.37380 4.5965
43 South Carolina 33,163 14.1 2352.0 3.37143 4.5207
44 Georgia 35,490 15.2 2334.9 3.36826 4.5501
45 Arkansas 33,150 14.2 2334.5 3.36820 4.5205
46 Arizona 34,999 15.3 2287.5 3.35936 4.5441
47 South Dakota 33,865 15.0 2257.7 3.35366 4.5298
48 New Mexico 33,837 15.2 2226.1 3.34755 4.5294
49 Mississippi 31,186 15.3 2038.3 3.30927 4.4940
50 Idaho 32,257 16.5 1955.0 3.29114 4.5086
51 Utah 32,595 20.3 1605.7 3.20565 4.5132
US Average 40,584 14.0 2898.9 3.46223 4.6084
Notes:
1. GDP per capita from Infoplease.com online on 11/25/14.
2. Births per 1000 population from Infoplease.com online on 11/25/14.