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Wyoming 37.6
Wisconsin 36.3
West Virginia 33.7
Washington 35.9
Virginia 35.2
Vermont 30.6
Utah 52.0
Texas 42.5
Tennessee 36.7
South Dakota 41.1
South Carolina 36.3
Rhode Island 31.5
Puerto Rico 35.8
Pennsylvania 34.0
Oregon 34.7
Oklahoma 40.3
Ohio 36.8
North Dakota 35.9
North Carolina 37.0
New York 33.5
New Mexico 39.5
New Jersey 35.8
New Hampshire 31.4
Nevada 37.3
Nebraska 40.9
Montana 35.7
Missouri 37.2
Mississippi 39.9
Minnesota 37.8
Michigan 36.1
Massachusetts 32.0
Maryland 35.5
Maine 31.1
Louisiana 38.4
Kentucky 37.0
Kansas 41.0
Iowa 38.4
Indiana 38.9
Illinois 36.8
Idaho 44.5
Hawaii 34.9
Georgia 39.2
Florida 33.6
District of Columbia 24.5
Delaware 35.3
Connecticut 34.2
Colorado 36.4
California 37.1
Arkansas 39.3
Arizona 40.2
Alaska 38.9
Alabama 37.0

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 under 18 years by the 18 to 64 years population and multiplying by 100.

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