Demographic State of the States 2013
In 2013, the state median age ranged from 30.2 (Utah) to 44.0 (Maine). The percent population 25 years and over who are college graduates ranged from 18.8% (West Virginia) to 55.1% (District of Columbia). Median household income ranged from $37,963 (Mississippi) to $72,483 (Maryland). These data are examples of data from the "Demographic State of the States 2013" shown in this section.
Use the interactive table in this section to examine selected demographic characteristics of the U.S. and states based 2013 American Community Survey (ACS 2013) 1-year estimates. Query, rank, compare on selected demographic-economic subject matter items. The data in the table, and the table itself, were developed using data access tools available on the ACS 2013 API interactive table. These 2013 data are the most recent estimates (released Septermber 2014) and update with 2014 estimates to be released in the fall 2015.
In just 4 clicks using the related API interactive table, you can access the subject matter items shown in the table below for any area tabulated in the ACS 2013 1-year geography (areas 65,000 population or more). You can build a table similar to the states table for your custom set of geographic areas. Select from geography including regions, divisions, states, counties, county subdivisions/towns, cities/places, Native American areas, metros, congressional districts, school districts.
Patterns of Educational Attainment
Percent College Graduate, 2013, by State
Labels show percent of population 25 years and over who are college graduates
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View developed using CV XE GIS software and related GIS project.
Items Included in the Table
Twenty items are included in the table:
2013 Demographic State of the States Interactive Table
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