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Alabama 63.7% Barchart image
Alaska 12.4% Barchart image
Arizona 59.6% Barchart image
Arkansas 47.8% Barchart image
California 26.0% Barchart image
Colorado 21.0% Barchart image
Connecticut 15.6% Barchart image
Delaware 33.6% Barchart image
District of Columbia 39.9% Barchart image
Florida 92.4% Barchart image
Georgia 53.2% Barchart image
Hawaii 28.4% Barchart image
Idaho 32.9% Barchart image
Illinois 15.2% Barchart image
Indiana 28.4% Barchart image
Iowa 21.3% Barchart image
Kansas 22.4% Barchart image
Kentucky 51.6% Barchart image
Louisiana 62.0% Barchart image
Maine 5.1% Barchart image
Maryland 39.7% Barchart image
Massachusetts 14.6% Barchart image
Michigan 8.9% Barchart image
Minnesota 16.1% Barchart image
Mississippi 55.1% Barchart image
Missouri 34.2% Barchart image
Montana 22.9% Barchart image
Nebraska 29.6% Barchart image
Nevada 34.4% Barchart image
New Hampshire 8.9% Barchart image
New Jersey 12.0% Barchart image
New Mexico 16.7% Barchart image
New York 10.6% Barchart image
North Carolina 61.8% Barchart image
North Dakota 40.5% Barchart image
Ohio 22.8% Barchart image
Oklahoma 37.4% Barchart image
Oregon 49.8% Barchart image
Pennsylvania 22.0% Barchart image
Puerto Rico 13.7% Barchart image
Rhode Island 9.7% Barchart image
South Carolina 70.7% Barchart image
South Dakota 29.0% Barchart image
Tennessee 60.1% Barchart image
Texas 58.9% Barchart image
Utah 10.8% Barchart image
Vermont 4.4% Barchart image
Virginia 53.6% Barchart image
Washington 54.9% Barchart image
West Virginia 43.7% Barchart image
Wisconsin 15.0% Barchart image
Wyoming 23.0% Barchart image

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Geographic Comparison Tables.

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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