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Wyoming 21.9
Wisconsin 24.4
West Virginia 28.9
Washington 22.2
Virginia 21.6
Vermont 26.8
Utah 16.9
Texas 18.5
Tennessee 24.2
South Dakota 25.2
South Carolina 25.5
Rhode Island 24.8
Puerto Rico 28.6
Pennsylvania 26.8
Oregon 25.6
Oklahoma 23.8
Ohio 25.1
North Dakota 22.4
North Carolina 23.6
New York 22.9
New Mexico 25.1
New Jersey 23.4
New Hampshire 24.6
Nevada 22.6
Nebraska 23.7
Montana 27.1
Missouri 24.9
Mississippi 23.3
Minnesota 22.9
Michigan 24.9
Massachusetts 23.4
Maryland 21.6
Maine 29.2
Louisiana 21.7
Kentucky 23.8
Kansas 23.7
Iowa 25.9
Indiana 23.1
Illinois 22.1
Idaho 24.3
Hawaii 25.8
Georgia 19.6
Florida 31.5
District of Columbia 15.9
Delaware 26.6
Connecticut 24.5
Colorado 19.8
California 20.2
Arkansas 25.9
Arizona 26.5
Alaska 14.6
Alabama 24.9

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.

Measure: A measure derived by dividing the population 65 years and over by the 18 to 64 years population and multiplying by 100.

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