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Wyoming 2.5
Wisconsin 2.4
West Virginia 2.4
Washington 2.6
Virginia 2.6
Vermont 2.3
Utah 3.1
Texas 2.8
Tennessee 2.5
South Dakota 2.5
South Carolina 2.6
Rhode Island 2.5
Puerto Rico 2.9
Pennsylvania 2.5
Oregon 2.5
Oklahoma 2.6
Ohio 2.5
North Dakota 2.3
North Carolina 2.5
New York 2.6
New Mexico 2.7
New Jersey 2.7
New Hampshire 2.5
Nevada 2.7
Nebraska 2.5
Montana 2.4
Missouri 2.5
Mississippi 2.6
Minnesota 2.5
Michigan 2.5
Massachusetts 2.5
Maryland 2.7
Maine 2.3
Louisiana 2.6
Kentucky 2.5
Kansas 2.5
Iowa 2.4
Indiana 2.6
Illinois 2.6
Idaho 2.7
Hawaii 3.0
Georgia 2.7
Florida 2.6
District of Columbia 2.2
Delaware 2.6
Connecticut 2.6
Colorado 2.5
California 3.0
Arkansas 2.5
Arizona 2.7
Alaska 2.8
Alabama 2.6

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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