(St. Paul, MN) -- A new report from Blue Cross Blue Shield of America shows Minnesotans are depressed. The study found the state has a depression diagnosis rate of five-point-eight-percent, among the nation's highest. Women in the state are tied with Maine for being the most depressed in the country at eight-point-one-percent. Among millennials, the state is second behind Utah with a rate of six-point-three-percent. According to the report, over nine-million Americans with commercial health insurance have been diagnosed with depression.