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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 25 and Above with Some College or an Associate's Degree in United States

With Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's Degree in United States Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and United States is in the third quartile with a value of 31.4%. The following cities in United States have the value, Anchorage 35.3%, Asheville 29.4%, Austin 27.8%, Baltimore 22.6%, Baton Rouge 25.8%, Birmingham 31.2%, Boise 35.4%, Chicago 24.4%, Columbia 25.7%, Columbus 26.7%, Denver 27.7%, Detroit 28.3%, Fresno 28.9%, Gastonia 25.7%, Greensboro 27.3%, Houston 24.4%, Indianapolis 26.8%, Lansing 35.0%, Las Vegas 34.0%, Little Rock 29.1%, Memphis 25.9%, Milwaukee 25.4%, Minneapolis 27.9%, Missoula 31.0%, Montgomery 26.6%, Nashville 26.3%, New Orleans 24.8%, Oakland 28.7%, Phoenix 31.5%, Pittsburgh 24.6%, Portland 34.2%, Raleigh 29.4%, Richmond 25.3%, Riverside 31.3%, Sacramento 31.6%, Salt Lake City 30.4%, San Francisco 24.6%, Santa Barbara 30.1%, Seattle 30.9%, Spokane 36.9%, St. Petersburg 29.6%, Tacoma 32.3%, Tampa 28.5%, Tucson 34.7%, Tulsa 31.1%, Urban Honolulu CDP 25.1% & Washington 23.9%.With Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's Degree Albuquerque, 31.4%Anchorage, 35.3%Asheville, 29.4%Austin, 27.8%Baltimore, 22.6%Baton Rouge, 25.8%Birmingham, 31.2%Boise, 35.4%Chicago, 24.4%Columbia, 25.7%Columbus, 26.7%Denver, 27.7%Detroit, 28.3%Fresno, 28.9%Gastonia, 25.7%Greensboro, 27.3%Houston, 24.4%Indianapolis, 26.8%Lansing, 35.0%Las Vegas, 34.0%Little Rock, 29.1%Memphis, 25.9%Milwaukee, 25.4%Minneapolis, 27.9%Missoula, 31.0%Montgomery, 26.6%Nashville, 26.3%New Orleans, 24.8%Oakland, 28.7%Phoenix, 31.5%Pittsburgh, 24.6%Portland, 34.2%Raleigh, 29.4%Richmond, 25.3%Riverside, 31.3%Sacramento, 31.6%Salt Lake City, 30.4%San Francisco, 24.6%Santa Barbara, 30.1%Seattle, 30.9%Spokane, 36.9%St. Petersburg, 29.6%Tacoma, 32.3%Tampa, 28.5%Tucson, 34.7%Tulsa, 31.1%Urban Honolulu CDP, 25.1%Washington, 23.9% Without Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's Degree in United States Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and United States is in the third quartile with a value of 31.4%. The following cities in United States have the value, Anchorage 35.3%, Asheville 29.4%, Austin 27.8%, Baltimore 22.6%, Baton Rouge 25.8%, Birmingham 31.2%, Boise 35.4%, Chicago 24.4%, Columbia 25.7%, Columbus 26.7%, Denver 27.7%, Detroit 28.3%, Fresno 28.9%, Gastonia 25.7%, Greensboro 27.3%, Houston 24.4%, Indianapolis 26.8%, Lansing 35.0%, Las Vegas 34.0%, Little Rock 29.1%, Memphis 25.9%, Milwaukee 25.4%, Minneapolis 27.9%, Missoula 31.0%, Montgomery 26.6%, Nashville 26.3%, New Orleans 24.8%, Oakland 28.7%, Phoenix 31.5%, Pittsburgh 24.6%, Portland 34.2%, Raleigh 29.4%, Richmond 25.3%, Riverside 31.3%, Sacramento 31.6%, Salt Lake City 30.4%, San Francisco 24.6%, Santa Barbara 30.1%, Seattle 30.9%, Spokane 36.9%, St. Petersburg 29.6%, Tacoma 32.3%, Tampa 28.5%, Tucson 34.7%, Tulsa 31.1%, Urban Honolulu CDP 25.1% & Washington 23.9%.Without Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's Degree Albuquerque, 32.6%Anchorage, 34.5%Asheville, 26.5%Austin, 23.4%Baltimore, 24.6%Baton Rouge, 28.3%Birmingham, 32.6%Boise, 33.6%Chicago, 23.5%Columbia, 26.0%Columbus, 28.6%Denver, 22.5%Detroit, 34.5%Fresno, 33.0%Gastonia, 35.1%Greensboro, 30.5%Houston, 23.4%Indianapolis, 28.7%Lansing, 37.8%Las Vegas, 32.7%Little Rock, 28.6%Memphis, 30.7%Milwaukee, 30.3%Minneapolis, 24.3%Missoula, 29.9%Montgomery, 30.1%Nashville, 26.1%New Orleans, 27.0%Oakland, 24.3%Phoenix, 29.7%Pittsburgh, 23.7%Portland, 27.6%Raleigh, 25.7%Richmond, 24.4%Riverside, 31.3%Sacramento, 31.9%Salt Lake City, 25.5%San Francisco, 19.5%Santa Barbara, 24.7%Seattle, 21.7%Spokane, 38.4%St. Petersburg, 31.7%Tacoma, 34.7%Tampa, 24.9%Tucson, 34.8%Tulsa, 31.0%Urban Honolulu CDP, 28.4%Washington, 15.4%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table S1811, selected economic characteristics for the civilian noninstitutionalized population by disability status.
Calculation. Number of people aged 25 and over with with some college or an associate's degree with/without a disability divided by the total number of people aged 25 and over with/without a disability. ACS Table S1811 provides these percentages.

Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 25 and Above with Some College or an Associate's Degree by Region
RegionWith Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's DegreeWithout Disabilities with Some College or an Associate's Degree
United States27.2%29.6%
Albuquerque31.4%32.6%
Anchorage35.3%34.5%
Asheville29.4%26.5%
Austin27.8%23.4%
Baltimore22.6%24.6%
Baton Rouge25.8%28.3%
Birmingham31.2%32.6%
Boise35.4%33.6%
Chicago24.4%23.5%
Columbia25.7%26.0%
Columbus26.7%28.6%
Denver27.7%22.5%
Detroit28.3%34.5%
Fresno28.9%33.0%
Gastonia25.7%35.1%
Greensboro27.3%30.5%
Houston24.4%23.4%
Indianapolis26.8%28.7%
Lansing35.0%37.8%
Las Vegas34.0%32.7%
Little Rock29.1%28.6%
Memphis25.9%30.7%
Milwaukee25.4%30.3%
Minneapolis27.9%24.3%
Missoula31.0%29.9%
Montgomery26.6%30.1%
Nashville26.3%26.1%
New Orleans24.8%27.0%
Oakland28.7%24.3%
Phoenix31.5%29.7%
Pittsburgh24.6%23.7%
Portland34.2%27.6%
Raleigh29.4%25.7%
Richmond25.3%24.4%
Riverside31.3%31.3%
Sacramento31.6%31.9%
Salt Lake City30.4%25.5%
San Francisco24.6%19.5%
Santa Barbara30.1%24.7%
Seattle30.9%21.7%
Spokane36.9%38.4%
St. Petersburg29.6%31.7%
Tacoma32.3%34.7%
Tampa28.5%24.9%
Tucson34.7%34.8%
Tulsa31.1%31.0%
Urban Honolulu CDP25.1%28.4%
Washington23.9%15.4%