Section 6: Poverty

This section presents statistics on poverty in the United States. Statistics are presented for people with disabilities, people without disabilities, and the relative difference (relative ratio) in poverty percentage between these two populations.

The source of these statistics is the American Community Survey (U.S. Census Bureau). For these tables, statistics for people with disabilities (disability status or disability type) are based on having responded ‘yes’ to a series of questions within the American Community Survey. Poverty is defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget and set as a dollar threshold by the U.S. Census Bureau (see the glossary for details).

For expanded statistics by age, gender, and race/ethnicity please go to the Annual Disability Statistics Build Your Own Statistics site at https://www.researchondisability.org/collection/2024/build-stats

Tables

Table 6.1: In 2022, of the 21,992,000 individuals with disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 5,469,000 individuals were living in poverty (24.9%). In contrast, of the 177,842,000 individuals without disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 17,900,000 individuals were living in poverty (10.1%). The percentage of people with disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 49.2% and lowest in Utah/UT, 17.4%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 4.424 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with disabilities and those without disabilities). Table 6.1 Poverty - Civilians with and without Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.2: In 2022, of the 4,003,000 individuals with hearing disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 755,000 individuals were living in poverty (18.9%). In contrast, of the 195,832,000 individuals without hearing disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 22,615,000 individuals were living in poverty (11.5%). The percentage of people with hearing disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 46.3% and lowest in Colorado/CO, 9.8%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without hearing disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 3.27 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with hearing disabilities and those without hearing disabilities). Table 6.2 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Hearing Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.3: In 2022, of the 4,228,000 individuals with vision disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 1,107,000 individuals were living in poverty (26.2%). In contrast, of the 195,607,000 individuals without vision disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 22,262,000 individuals were living in poverty (11.4%). The percentage of people with vision disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 51.2% and lowest in Utah/UT, 16.2%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without vision disabilities was North Dakota/ND, with a relative ratio of 3.198 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with vision disabilities and those without vision disabilities). Table 6.3 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Vision Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.4: In 2022, of the 10,409,000 individuals with cognitive disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 2,933,000 individuals were living in poverty (28.2%). In contrast, of the 189,426,000 individuals without cognitive disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 20,437,000 individuals were living in poverty (10.8%). The percentage of people with cognitive disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 51.6% and lowest in Utah/UT, 17.8%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without cognitive disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 4.553 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with cognitive disabilities and those without cognitive disabilities). Table 6.4 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Cognitive Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.5: In 2022, of the 8,832,000 individuals with ambulatory disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 2,618,000 individuals were living in poverty (29.6%). In contrast, of the 191,002,000 individuals without ambulatory disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 20,752,000 individuals were living in poverty (10.9%). The percentage of people with ambulatory disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 49.4% and lowest in Utah/UT, 21.5%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without ambulatory disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 4.632 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with ambulatory disabilities and those without ambulatory disabilities). Table 6.5 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Ambulatory Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.6: In 2022, of the 3,338,000 individuals with self-care disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 1,069,000 individuals were living in poverty (32%). In contrast, of the 196,496,000 individuals without self-care disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 22,300,000 individuals were living in poverty (11.3%). The percentage of people with self-care disabilities living in poverty was highest in the District of Columbia/DC, 56.3% and lowest in Wyoming/WY, 15.9%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without self-care disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 5.963 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with self-care disabilities and those without self-care disabilities). Table 6.6 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Self-Care Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.7: In 2022, of the 7,860,000 individuals with independent living disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 2,437,000 individuals were living in poverty (31%). In contrast, of the 191,975,000 individuals without independent living disabilities ages 18 to 64 years living in the community, 20,932,000 individuals were living in poverty (10.9%). The percentage of people with independent living disabilities living in poverty was highest in Puerto Rico/PR, 54.5% and lowest in Utah/UT, 21.7%. The state with the greatest disparity in poverty of people with and without independent living disabilities was New Hampshire/NH, with a relative ratio of 4.383 (the further this value is from 1.000, the greater the disparity in poverty between those with independent living disabilities and those without independent living disabilities). Table 6.7 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Independent Living Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.1 Poverty - Civilians with and without Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.1 Poverty - Civilians with and without Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022
State Dis. No Dis. Poverty - Dis. Poverty - No Dis. Relative Ratio
# ME# # ME# # ME# % ME% # ME# % ME%
U.S. 21,992,000 127,000 177,842,000 132,000 5,469,000 60,000 24.9 0.3 17,900,000 130,000 10.1 0.1 2.471
Alabama 447,000 18,000 2,549,000 18,000 130,000 10,000 29.0 1.9 332,000 17,000 13.0 0.7 2.232
Alaska 52,000 6,000 381,000 7,000 11,000 4,000 21.9 5.8 34,000 6,000 8.9 1.6 2.469
Arizona 463,000 19,000 3,841,000 20,000 105,000 9,000 22.7 1.7 412,000 23,000 10.7 0.6 2.113
Arkansas 285,000 12,000 1,490,000 13,000 88,000 8,000 31.0 2.2 191,000 15,000 12.8 1.0 2.410
California 2,147,000 43,000 21,865,000 43,000 484,000 21,000 22.5 0.9 2,203,000 45,000 10.1 0.2 2.237
Colorado 355,000 17,000 3,283,000 19,000 69,000 7,000 19.4 2.0 262,000 17,000 8.0 0.5 2.438
Connecticut 214,000 12,000 1,994,000 13,000 46,000 6,000 21.4 2.6 158,000 12,000 7.9 0.6 2.703
Delaware 64,000 6,000 524,000 6,000 12,000 4,000 19.0 5.6 38,000 7,000 7.3 1.3 2.590
District of Columbia 41,000 5,000 411,000 6,000 11,000 4,000 27.5 7.7 41,000 6,000 10.0 1.4 2.763
Florida 1,328,000 30,000 11,605,000 32,000 290,000 14,000 21.8 1.0 1,208,000 35,000 10.4 0.3 2.098
Georgia 736,000 24,000 5,879,000 25,000 172,000 12,000 23.4 1.3 592,000 29,000 10.1 0.5 2.321
Hawaii 80,000 7,000 716,000 9,000 19,000 4,000 24.0 4.0 67,000 8,000 9.3 1.1 2.585
Idaho 140,000 10,000 986,000 10,000 30,000 4,000 21.4 3.0 79,000 8,000 8.0 0.8 2.674
Illinois 736,000 24,000 6,869,000 25,000 187,000 12,000 25.4 1.5 653,000 23,000 9.5 0.4 2.675
Indiana 493,000 18,000 3,565,000 19,000 125,000 10,000 25.4 1.6 360,000 20,000 10.1 0.5 2.517
Iowa 196,000 13,000 1,682,000 15,000 51,000 7,000 26.1 2.6 153,000 12,000 9.1 0.7 2.870
Kansas 198,000 11,000 1,504,000 13,000 53,000 7,000 27.0 3.1 164,000 14,000 10.9 1.0 2.474
Kentucky 440,000 13,000 2,220,000 14,000 143,000 11,000 32.5 2.0 288,000 16,000 13.0 0.7 2.507
Louisiana 398,000 18,000 2,284,000 19,000 116,000 10,000 29.2 2.0 344,000 19,000 15.0 0.8 1.942
Maine 110,000 9,000 712,000 8,000 29,000 4,000 26.5 3.0 56,000 8,000 7.9 1.1 3.370
Maryland 350,000 16,000 3,362,000 16,000 78,000 7,000 22.4 1.9 255,000 15,000 7.6 0.4 2.950
Massachusetts 437,000 17,000 3,924,000 17,000 117,000 9,000 26.9 1.6 303,000 17,000 7.7 0.5 3.480
Michigan 726,000 23,000 5,269,000 24,000 194,000 14,000 26.7 1.4 565,000 24,000 10.7 0.5 2.485
Minnesota 337,000 16,000 3,085,000 16,000 86,000 8,000 25.6 2.1 238,000 19,000 7.7 0.6 3.311
Mississippi 278,000 15,000 1,423,000 14,000 91,000 9,000 32.6 2.5 202,000 12,000 14.2 0.8 2.304
Missouri 475,000 16,000 3,169,000 16,000 131,000 10,000 27.5 1.8 308,000 17,000 9.7 0.6 2.828
Montana 80,000 8,000 570,000 8,000 20,000 4,000 25.3 3.9 60,000 7,000 10.5 1.1 2.415
Nebraska 118,000 9,000 1,025,000 11,000 28,000 5,000 23.7 3.8 89,000 9,000 8.7 0.9 2.733
Nevada 230,000 13,000 1,686,000 14,000 43,000 6,000 18.8 2.5 184,000 14,000 10.9 0.8 1.731
New Hampshire 90,000 8,000 768,000 9,000 19,000 3,000 21.5 3.3 37,000 6,000 4.9 0.7 4.424
New Jersey 469,000 17,000 5,138,000 18,000 89,000 8,000 19.0 1.7 385,000 22,000 7.5 0.4 2.539
New Mexico 181,000 12,000 1,040,000 14,000 52,000 6,000 28.6 3.2 159,000 10,000 15.3 0.9 1.875
New York 1,194,000 26,000 10,838,000 27,000 355,000 17,000 29.8 1.3 1,185,000 38,000 10.9 0.4 2.724
North Carolina 718,000 21,000 5,655,000 22,000 172,000 10,000 23.9 1.2 591,000 23,000 10.5 0.4 2.287
North Dakota 48,000 6,000 410,000 8,000 14,000 3,000 28.7 6.1 36,000 6,000 8.9 1.5 3.218
Ohio 851,000 23,000 6,094,000 25,000 242,000 15,000 28.4 1.6 644,000 24,000 10.6 0.4 2.689
Oklahoma 366,000 15,000 1,974,000 16,000 96,000 8,000 26.2 1.9 257,000 17,000 13.0 0.8 2.012
Oregon 336,000 15,000 2,232,000 16,000 91,000 9,000 27.1 2.3 217,000 14,000 9.7 0.6 2.786
Pennsylvania 932,000 30,000 6,789,000 31,000 244,000 17,000 26.1 1.5 604,000 29,000 8.9 0.4 2.940
Rhode Island 73,000 6,000 604,000 6,000 18,000 4,000 24.2 4.1 50,000 8,000 8.3 1.2 2.933
South Carolina 382,000 15,000 2,702,000 15,000 105,000 8,000 27.5 1.5 307,000 15,000 11.4 0.6 2.420
South Dakota 57,000 8,000 456,000 9,000 12,000 3,000 21.8 4.5 43,000 7,000 9.5 1.5 2.290
Tennessee 529,000 18,000 3,704,000 18,000 137,000 11,000 25.9 1.7 393,000 19,000 10.6 0.5 2.444
Texas 1,905,000 36,000 16,267,000 37,000 418,000 19,000 21.9 0.8 1,814,000 47,000 11.2 0.3 1.966
Utah 196,000 13,000 1,833,000 15,000 34,000 5,000 17.4 2.5 135,000 11,000 7.4 0.6 2.363
Vermont 54,000 7,000 338,000 8,000 12,000 3,000 22.6 4.9 28,000 5,000 8.3 1.5 2.724
Virginia 551,000 16,000 4,610,000 17,000 131,000 8,000 23.7 1.4 403,000 18,000 8.7 0.4 2.710
Washington 533,000 19,000 4,211,000 19,000 119,000 9,000 22.2 1.6 348,000 18,000 8.3 0.4 2.687
West Virginia 168,000 10,000 855,000 11,000 54,000 8,000 31.9 3.7 125,000 13,000 14.6 1.5 2.179
Wisconsin 362,000 16,000 3,158,000 17,000 85,000 8,000 23.6 2.0 268,000 17,000 8.5 0.5 2.770
Wyoming 42,000 5,000 295,000 5,000 9,000 2,000 21.2 5.2 31,000 5,000 10.4 1.8 2.043
Puerto Rico 340,000 14,000 1,591,000 14,000 167,000 12,000 49.2 3.1 566,000 19,000 35.6 1.1 1.383
Notes: Authors’ calculations using the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Sample, (2022), which is subject to sampling variability. Slight differences in percentages may appear due to rounding when compared to populations. The margin of error (ME) is based on a 95% confidence level and is a measure of an estimate’s variability. The larger the margin of error is in relation to the size of the estimate, the less reliable the estimate. The relative ratio is the ratio of the percentage of people living in poverty with disability over the percentage of people living in poverty without disability. Therefore, a relative ratio further from 1.000 indicates a greater disparity in poverty percentage.
Citation: Thomas, N., Paul, S., Bach, S., & Houtenville, A. (2024). Annual Disability Statistics Compendium: 2024 (Table 6.1). Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire, Institute on Disability.

Table 6.2 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Hearing Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.2 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Hearing Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022
State Hearing Dis. No Hearing Dis. Poverty - Hearing Dis. Poverty - No Hearing Dis. Relative Ratio
# ME# # ME# # ME# % ME% # ME# % ME%
U.S. 4,003,000 62,000 195,832,000 72,000 755,000 23,000 18.9 0.5 22,615,000 148,000 11.5 0.1 1.633
Alabama 80,000 7,000 2,915,000 10,000 17,000 4,000 20.8 3.7 445,000 21,000 15.2 0.8 1.366
Alaska 13,000 3,000 420,000 5,000 3,000 2,000 20.5 8.4 42,000 7,000 10.1 1.6 2.025
Arizona 83,000 8,000 4,221,000 10,000 17,000 4,000 20.2 3.4 501,000 24,000 11.9 0.6 1.699
Arkansas 57,000 6,000 1,718,000 8,000 15,000 4,000 26.8 5.3 265,000 17,000 15.4 0.9 1.740
California 363,000 15,000 23,649,000 20,000 66,000 6,000 18.3 1.4 2,621,000 49,000 11.1 0.2 1.648
Colorado 74,000 6,000 3,564,000 9,000 7,000 2,000 9.8 2.7 324,000 18,000 9.1 0.5 1.085
Connecticut 32,000 5,000 2,176,000 6,000 6,000 2,000 17.4 5.7 199,000 14,000 9.1 0.7 1.912
Delaware 12,000 3,000 576,000 4,000 2,000 1,100 16.5 9.1 49,000 8,000 8.4 1.4 1.959
District of Columbia 5,000 2,000 447,000 3,000 1,000 1,030 20.6 19.2 51,000 7,000 11.5 1.6 1.794
Florida 241,000 12,000 12,692,000 17,000 41,000 5,000 17.1 2.0 1,457,000 37,000 11.5 0.3 1.489
Georgia 129,000 11,000 6,486,000 13,000 27,000 4,000 20.7 2.6 738,000 29,000 11.4 0.5 1.822
Hawaii 16,000 5,000 780,000 7,000 3,000 2,000 18.7 11.1 83,000 8,000 10.6 1.1 1.760
Idaho 32,000 5,000 1,095,000 5,000 6,000 3,000 18.2 7.0 103,000 8,000 9.4 0.8 1.935
Illinois 121,000 9,000 7,484,000 12,000 22,000 4,000 18.2 3.0 818,000 27,000 10.9 0.4 1.666
Indiana 84,000 6,000 3,974,000 8,000 17,000 3,000 20.0 3.4 469,000 21,000 11.8 0.5 1.692
Iowa 37,000 5,000 1,841,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 9.8 4.3 201,000 13,000 10.9 0.7 0.896
Kansas 42,000 5,000 1,660,000 9,000 6,000 3,000 14.9 5.4 212,000 16,000 12.7 1.0 1.169
Kentucky 86,000 6,000 2,575,000 9,000 21,000 4,000 24.7 3.9 410,000 20,000 15.9 0.8 1.553
Louisiana 75,000 8,000 2,607,000 9,000 18,000 4,000 24.3 4.1 442,000 19,000 16.9 0.8 1.437
Maine 26,000 5,000 796,000 5,000 4,000 2,000 15.2 6.2 81,000 9,000 10.2 1.1 1.490
Maryland 56,000 6,000 3,655,000 8,000 9,000 2,000 16.1 4.0 325,000 15,000 8.9 0.4 1.809
Massachusetts 72,000 7,000 4,288,000 8,000 14,000 3,000 19.6 3.6 406,000 21,000 9.5 0.5 2.073
Michigan 121,000 8,000 5,875,000 12,000 22,000 4,000 18.1 3.3 737,000 28,000 12.6 0.5 1.441
Minnesota 66,000 7,000 3,356,000 11,000 10,000 3,000 15.5 4.1 314,000 19,000 9.4 0.6 1.649
Mississippi 47,000 5,000 1,654,000 7,000 12,000 3,000 26.1 5.1 280,000 15,000 16.9 1.0 1.540
Missouri 90,000 8,000 3,553,000 10,000 18,000 4,000 20.3 3.5 421,000 21,000 11.8 0.6 1.717
Montana 22,000 4,000 629,000 5,000 4,000 2,000 19.3 6.7 76,000 8,000 12.0 1.2 1.603
Nebraska 24,000 4,000 1,120,000 5,000 5,000 2,000 21.5 6.2 112,000 11,000 10.0 1.0 2.152
Nevada 44,000 5,000 1,872,000 7,000 6,000 2,000 14.3 3.8 221,000 16,000 11.8 0.8 1.210
New Hampshire 18,000 4,000 840,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 20.6 8.7 53,000 6,000 6.3 0.7 3.270
New Jersey 68,000 6,000 5,539,000 9,000 9,000 2,000 13.1 3.1 465,000 23,000 8.4 0.4 1.564
New Mexico 41,000 6,000 1,180,000 9,000 10,000 3,000 24.0 6.6 201,000 12,000 17.0 1.1 1.409
New York 175,000 11,000 11,857,000 12,000 37,000 6,000 20.9 2.7 1,504,000 44,000 12.7 0.4 1.648
North Carolina 127,000 10,000 6,245,000 12,000 28,000 5,000 21.9 3.2 735,000 26,000 11.8 0.4 1.860
North Dakota 9,000 3,000 449,000 5,000 2,000 2,000 23.5 15.3 48,000 7,000 10.7 1.5 2.192
Ohio 152,000 11,000 6,793,000 14,000 34,000 6,000 22.5 3.3 851,000 26,000 12.5 0.4 1.795
Oklahoma 77,000 8,000 2,263,000 9,000 13,000 3,000 17.2 2.9 339,000 19,000 15.0 0.8 1.147
Oregon 71,000 7,000 2,497,000 9,000 18,000 4,000 24.6 4.2 291,000 14,000 11.6 0.6 2.116
Pennsylvania 166,000 12,000 7,555,000 14,000 33,000 6,000 20.1 3.0 814,000 32,000 10.8 0.4 1.867
Rhode Island 10,000 2,000 667,000 4,000 1,000 1,000 10.9 6.2 66,000 8,000 10.0 1.1 1.095
South Carolina 65,000 6,000 3,019,000 8,000 12,000 3,000 18.4 4.1 400,000 16,000 13.2 0.6 1.387
South Dakota 14,000 3,000 499,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 15.6 7.8 54,000 8,000 10.8 1.5 1.451
Tennessee 98,000 8,000 4,135,000 10,000 19,000 3,000 19.4 3.3 511,000 25,000 12.4 0.6 1.572
Texas 398,000 17,000 17,774,000 21,000 65,000 7,000 16.3 1.4 2,167,000 53,000 12.2 0.3 1.335
Utah 33,000 5,000 1,996,000 7,000 4,000 2,000 12.8 4.5 165,000 12,000 8.2 0.6 1.551
Vermont 11,000 3,000 380,000 4,000 1,000 1,000 13.3 7.0 39,000 6,000 10.2 1.6 1.310
Virginia 105,000 9,000 5,057,000 14,000 20,000 3,000 19.0 2.8 514,000 20,000 10.2 0.4 1.873
Washington 101,000 8,000 4,643,000 12,000 17,000 4,000 16.5 3.2 450,000 19,000 9.7 0.4 1.700
West Virginia 34,000 5,000 990,000 6,000 9,000 3,000 27.4 7.7 170,000 14,000 17.1 1.4 1.601
Wisconsin 71,000 7,000 3,449,000 11,000 12,000 4,000 16.5 4.3 342,000 18,000 9.9 0.5 1.666
Wyoming 11,000 2,000 326,000 4,000 2,000 1,300 16.5 9.9 38,000 6,000 11.6 1.8 1.431
Puerto Rico 46,000 6,000 1,884,000 6,000 21,000 5,000 46.3 7.0 712,000 22,000 37.8 1.2 1.224
Notes: Authors’ calculations using the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Sample, (2022), which is subject to sampling variability. Slight differences in percentages may appear due to rounding when compared to populations. The margin of error (ME) is based on a 95% confidence level and is a measure of an estimate’s variability. The larger the margin of error is in relation to the size of the estimate, the less reliable the estimate. The relative ratio is the ratio of the percentage of people living in poverty with hearing disability over the percentage of people living in poverty without hearing disability. Therefore, a relative ratio further from 1.000 indicates a greater disparity in poverty percentage.
Citation: Thomas, N., Paul, S., Bach, S., & Houtenville, A. (2024). Annual Disability Statistics Compendium: 2024 (Table 6.2). Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire, Institute on Disability.

Table 6.3 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Vision Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022

Table 6.3 Poverty - Civilians With and Without Vision Disabilities Ages 18 to 64 Years Living in the Community for the United States and States: 2022
State Vision Dis. No Vision Dis. Poverty - Vision Dis. Poverty - No Vision Dis. Relative Ratio
# ME# # ME# # ME# % ME% # ME# % ME%
U.S. 4,228,000 61,000 195,607,000 66,000 1,107,000 34,000 26.2 0.7 22,262,000 143,000 11.4 0.1 2.301
Alabama 94,000 9,000 2,901,000 9,000 30,000 5,000 31.7 4.1 431,000 20,000 14.9 0.7 2.134
Alaska 11,000 4,000 421,000 6,000 3,000 2,000 21.9 10.9 43,000 7,000 10.1 1.6 2.164
Arizona 98,000 8,000 4,205,000 10,000 22,000 4,000 22.0 3.2 496,000 23,000 11.8 0.5 1.865 </