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State Profile Map Series

State Profiles(July 2019): These maps are a work in progress, and more maps will be added over the coming months.

This is a set of maps that shows information about disability. The maps show rates of disability by county for every state in the United States and Puerto Rico.

For each state, you can view and download county-level maps of  general disability rates, as well as maps of:

  • disability rates among veterans
  • people with disabilities in poverty
  • disability rates by sex
  • disability rates by functional limitations, including vision, hearing, cognitive, mobility, self-care, and independent living difficulty
  • employment, unemployment, and out of labor force rates among people with disabilities

All of the maps were created using information from the American Community Survey.

 

Index of State Profile Maps

These maps are a work in progress. Additional states will be added as they are available.

A

C

D

  • Delaware

F

G

H

  • Hawaii

I

  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa

K

  • Kansas
  • Kentucky

L

  • Louisiana

M

N

  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota

O

P

R

  • Rhode Island

S

T

U

  • Utah

V

W

  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

 

 


Accessibility

We strive for full accessibility of our materials. Text descriptions and, where possible, links to data files are included on the following map pages. Additional accessibility features are currently in development for these maps. Please contact us for updates, to request alternative formats, or if you have ideas for further development of accessibility features.


More Information

This work is part of the RTC:Rural Geography of Disability Project and Disability Counts.

You may also be interested in viewing the charts available on the Geography of Rural Disability Research Findings Page.

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