People Ages 25 and Older Who Have Completed a Bachelors Degree (5-Year ACS)

Locations

Alabama, Alaska, and 50 other locations

Filters

2010-14, Percent

Sorting

Alphabetical by Location, Ascending
Alabama 23.1%
Alaska 27.7%
Arizona 27.1%
Arkansas 20.6%
California 31.0%
Colorado 37.5%
Connecticut 37.0%
Delaware 29.4%
District of Columbia 53.4%
Florida 26.8%
Georgia 28.3%
Hawaii 30.5%
Idaho 25.4%
Illinois 31.9%
Indiana 23.6%
Iowa 26.4%
Kansas 30.7%
Kentucky 21.8%
Louisiana 22.1%
Maine 28.4%
Maryland 37.3%
Massachusetts 40.0%
Michigan 26.4%
Minnesota 33.2%
Mississippi 20.4%
Missouri 26.7%
Montana 29.1%
Nebraska 29.0%
Nevada 22.5%
New Hampshire 34.4%
New Jersey 36.4%
New Mexico 26.1%
New York 33.7%
North Carolina 27.8%
North Dakota 27.3%
Ohio 25.6%
Oklahoma 23.8%
Oregon 30.1%
Pennsylvania 28.1%
Puerto Rico 23.6%
Rhode Island 31.4%
South Carolina 25.3%
South Dakota 26.7%
Tennessee 24.4%
Texas 27.1%
Utah 30.6%
Vermont 35.2%
Virginia 35.8%
Washington 32.3%
West Virginia 18.7%
Wisconsin 27.4%
Wyoming 25.1%

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.

Years
Distributions
Not Available
Data Type
Not Available
Notes and Sources
Update this report

Customize Report

Locations

Selected Locations [clear all]

At least one location must be selected to continue.

Indicators

  • Demographics
  • Education
    • American Community Survey (1-Year)
    • American Community Survey (5-Year)
      • People Ages 25 and Older Who Have Completed an Advanced Degree (5-Year ACS)
      • People Ages 25 and Older Who Have Completed a Bachelors Degree (5-Year ACS)
      • People Ages 25 and Older Who Have Completed High School (Includes Equivalency) (5-Year ACS)
  • Health
  • Households and Families
  • Housing
  • Income and Poverty
  • Labor Force and Commuting
  • Scientists and Engineers
  • Demographics
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Reproductive Health
At least one indicator must be selected to continue.