The U.S. State Department's Annual Report on Intercountry Adoption for FY2016 shows a total of 5372 incoming adoptions, and 89 outgoing intercountry adoptions. The top five countries of origin were China (2231 children), Democratic Republic of the Congo (359), Ukraine (303), South Korea (260), and Bulgaria (201). In outgoing cases, the largest states of origin were Florida (44 children) and New Jersey (21 children). This is the smallest number of incoming adoptions in 35 years; see Miriam Jordan, "Overseas Adoptions Continue to Decline," N.Y. Times, April 13, 2017.