Actually, none of those substances are polar. The centre of charge of each electronegative element coincides with the centre of carbon.
What you need to consider is the Van der Waal's forces (or induced dipoles).
Following this, we see that
should have the lowest boiling point, followed by and .
Hence, should be gas, then liquid and then solid.
However, don't forget that F is one of the three most electronegative elements and as such, can form hydrogen bonds which are about 10 times as strong as VDW forces which makes it a liquid. Thus, carbn tetrachloride becomes the gas.