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Demographic Data Report by State
Education: At least bachelors degree
Population Ages 25+
All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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People (Education: At Least Bachelors Degree)
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Rank within US
(of 52 states)
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United States 33.7 75,808,834 N/A
Wyoming 28.5 111,283 42
Alaska 30.6 148,191 34
North Dakota 31.1 156,652 31
South Dakota 30.0 174,037 35
Vermont 40.9 185,690 6
Delaware 33.6 232,374 21
Montana 33.7 251,226 20
Rhode Island 35.3 270,769 15
West Virginia 21.8 278,281 52
District of Columbia 61.4 299,469 1
Maine 33.6 334,450 22
Idaho 29.1 345,282 39
Hawaii 34.3 350,418 19
New Hampshire 38.2 377,035 9
New Mexico 28.5 407,041 41
Nebraska 32.9 420,175 26
Mississippi 23.2 458,928 51
Arkansas 24.3 491,269 50
Nevada 26.1 551,603 47
Iowa 29.7 629,720 37
Puerto Rico 27.4 658,110 44
Kansas 34.4 661,235 18
Utah 35.4 680,859 14
Oklahoma 26.8 700,142 45
Kentucky 25.7 785,070 48
Louisiana 25.5 800,083 49
Alabama 26.7 910,425 46
Connecticut 40.6 1,019,966 7
Oregon 35.0 1,041,094 17
South Carolina 29.8 1,046,424 36
Indiana 27.8 1,253,299 43
Wisconsin 31.5 1,268,299 29
Missouri 30.7 1,285,199 32
Tennessee 29.0 1,367,211 40
Minnesota 37.6 1,445,462 11
Arizona 31.2 1,495,416 30
Colorado 42.8 1,686,169 3
Maryland 41.6 1,762,482 4
Washington 37.3 1,968,008 12
Michigan 30.6 2,119,662 33
Massachusetts 45.2 2,216,349 2
Georgia 33.0 2,335,225 25
North Carolina 33.0 2,339,163 24
Virginia 40.3 2,372,397 8
Ohio 29.7 2,398,329 38
New Jersey 41.5 2,660,853 5
Pennsylvania 33.1 3,017,250 23
Illinois 36.2 3,169,569 13
Florida 31.5 4,839,956 28
New York 38.1 5,366,712 10
Texas 31.5 5,871,195 27
California 35.3 9,451,438 16
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 05/19/2024 8:14 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least bachelors degree, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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