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The Census Bureau has just released a new batch of 2016 survey results on a topic drives many life insurance, long-term care insurance and retirement planning sales: births.

(Related: Census Table Shows 37-Year-Olds Are Great Prospects)

The agency posted a big file of birth data along with files on other topics, such as income, health insurance ownership and disability status.

The birth numbers file might be one of the most useful ones for marketers, because having a baby creates an obvious need for personal protection insurance products.

One problem: The file classifies people in households that earn just 200% of the federal poverty level, or $32,480 for a family of two in most of the country, as high-income.

For financial professionals, looking at the columns showing birth numbers broken out by the mom’s education level may be a better way to identify communities with a large number of new parents who can afford more insurance.

Some people with weak finances have doctorates, and some self-made millionaires are grade school dropouts. But, on average, people with more education tend to earn more and buy more financial services products.

(Related: 4 Reasons Americans Skip LTC Insurance)

We crunched the new Census Bureau data and calculated the number of women with bachelor’s degrees or graduate degrees who had given birth in the previous 12 months.

To put those numbers in context, we also created a 2016 birth rate index for highly educated moms: the number of women with bachelor’s degrees or higher, in each community, who had given birth in the previous 12 months, per 1,000 female residents, ages 15 to 50, with all levels of education.

In the 480 places that are in the table, the raw number of highly educated new moms ranged from just 19, in Reading, Pennsylvania, up to 44,427, in New York City.

The 2016 birth rate index for highly educated moms ranged from a low of 0.8, in East Los Angeles, up to a high of 60, in one community in Texas.

Half of the places in the table had a birth rate index for highly educated moms over 16.6.

The communities with the 22 highest highly educated new mom index rates all had rates over 40.

The two communities that just missed being in the top 20 were Hoover, Alabama, and McKinney, Texas.

Of course, financial professionals should look at any “top 20″ or “bottom 20″ list with a skeptical eye. You can do your own analyses (and get copyright-free data you can include in your own presentations, blog posts and presentations) from the Census Bureau here.

For a look at the places that ranked in the top 20 in terms of their 2016 highly educated new mom index rates, along with a table giving data for all 480 communities, read on. 

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20. Coral Springs, Florida

Number of women ages 15-50: 33,410

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher: 1,346

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 40.3


19. South Jordan, Utah

Number of women ages 15-50: 16,532

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 677

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 41.0


18. Lynchburg, Virginia

Number of women ages 15-50: 24,356

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,019

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 41.8


17. Sugar Land, Texas

Number of women ages 15-50: 19,992

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 856

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 42.8


16. Casas Adobes, Arizona

Number of women ages 15-50: 16,068

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 690

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 42.9

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15. Franklin, Tennessee

Number of women ages 15-50: 17,838

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees: or higher 777

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 43.6


14. Carlsbad, California

Number of women ages 15-50: 26,600

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,174

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 44.1


13. Melbourne, Florida

Number of women ages 15-50: 15,631

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 716

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 45.8


12. Rockville, Maryland

Number of women ages 15-50: 16,202

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 752

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 46.4


11. Farmington Hills, Michigan

Number of women ages 15-50: 18,408

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 868

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 47.2

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10. Flower Mound, Texas

Number of women ages 15-50: 18,744

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 919

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 49.0


9. Mountain View, California

Number of women ages 15-50: 20,071

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,013

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 50.5


8. Sunnyvale, California

Number of women ages 15-50: 38,433

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 2,037

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 53.0


7. Missouri City, Texas

Number of women ages 15-50: 19,575

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees: or higher 1,050

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 53.6


6. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Number of women ages 15-50: 19,703

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,057

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 53.6

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5. Milpitas, California

Number of women ages 15-50: 18,768

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,045

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 55.7


4. Roswell, Georgia

Number of women ages 15-50: 20,695

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,178

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 56.9


3. Redondo Beach, California

Number of women ages 15-50: 15,420

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 883

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 57.3


2. Woodbury, Minnesota

Number of women ages 15-50: 16,510

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 951

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 57.6


1. Richardson, Texas

Number of women ages 15-50: 26,340

Births to women with bachelor’s degrees or higher: 1,582

Births to women with bachelor’s degree or higher, per 1,000 women ages 15-50: 60.1

 

The Top 20: 2016 Birth Data for Highly Educated Moms

Place Number of Women Ages 15-50   Births to Mothers With a Bachelor’s Degree   or Higher  Highly Educated Moms Birth Rate Index
Abilene, Texas                29,936                263 8.8
Akron, Ohio                49,638                375 7.6
Alameda, California                17,447                606 34.7
Albany, Georgia                20,805                122 5.9
Albany, New York                29,005                524 18.1
Albuquerque, New Mexico              135,391            1,220 9.0
Alexandria, Virginia                46,113            1,492 32.4
Alhambra, California                20,067                325 16.2
Allentown, Pennsylvania                31,409                159 5.1
Amarillo, Texas                47,299                396 8.4
Anaheim, California                95,025                866 9.1
Anchorage, Alaska                75,699            1,113 14.7
Ann Arbor, Michigan                37,566                668 17.8
Antioch, California                29,337                292 10.0
Appleton, Wisconsin                19,136                228 11.9
Arden-Arcade, California                23,756                265 11.2
Arlington, Virginia                68,412            1,836 26.8
Arlington, Texas              102,871            1,217 11.8
Arvada, Colorado                27,624                698 25.3
Athens-Clarke County, Georgia                39,928                829 20.8
Atlanta, Georgia              133,853            2,455 18.3
Auburn, Washington                17,200                589 34.2
Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia                49,273            1,258 25.5
Aurora, Colorado                93,712            1,067 11.4
Aurora, Illinois                52,017                411 7.9
Austin, Texas              272,550            5,428 19.9
Avondale, Arizona                20,817                  73 3.5
Bakersfield, California                96,399            1,798 18.7
Baltimore, Maryland              165,306            2,390 14.5
Baton Rouge, Louisiana                60,668                773 12.7
Baytown, Texas                18,246                122 6.7
Bellevue, Washington                34,191                769 22.5
Bellflower, California                20,496                135 6.6
Bellingham, Washington                26,487                470 17.7
Berkeley, California                37,937                659 17.4
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania                19,467                407 20.9
Billings, Montana                25,110                331 13.2
Birmingham, Alabama                54,669                579 10.6
Boise City, Idaho                57,498                575 10.0
Bolingbrook village, Illinois                18,986                389 20.5
Boston, Massachusetts              208,005            3,755 18.1
Boulder, Colorado                31,944                674 21.1
Brandon, Florida                27,696                350 12.6
Bridgeport, Connecticut                37,781                177 4.7
Brockton, Massachusetts                23,552                423 18.0
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma                26,043                675 25.9
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota                21,253                517 24.3
Broomfield, Colorado                16,869                509 30.2
Brownsville, Texas                45,160                576 12.8
Bryan, Texas                20,676                273 13.2
Buena Park, California                21,995                414 18.8
Buffalo, New York                69,088            1,279 18.5
Burbank, California                25,792                861 33.4
Camarillo, California                15,978                236 14.8
Cambridge, Massachusetts                37,386                695 18.6
Cape Coral, Florida                37,112                623 16.8
Carlsbad, California                26,600            1,174 44.1
Carmel, Indiana                20,538                484 23.6
Carrollton, Texas                34,893                693 19.9
Cary, North Carolina                37,764                882 23.4
Casas Adobes, Arizona                16,068                690 42.9
Cedar Park, Texas                18,142                626 34.5
Cedar Rapids, Iowa                31,328            1,100 35.1
Centennial, Colorado                22,720                791 34.8
Centreville, Virginia                17,719                262 14.8
Chandler, Arizona                63,344            1,270 20.0
Charleston, South Carolina                39,201            1,125 28.7
Charlotte, North Carolina              236,150            5,162 21.9
Chattanooga, Tennessee                45,358            1,109 24.4
Cheektowaga, New York                17,006                249 14.6
Chesapeake, Virginia                57,982            2,198 37.9
Chicago, Illinois              751,123          12,907 17.2
Chico, California                27,159                115 4.2
Chino, California                18,063                317 17.5
Chula Vista, California                63,568            1,018 16.0
Cincinnati, Ohio                82,871            1,149 13.9
Citrus Heights, California                20,832                251 12.0
Clarksville, Tennessee                40,724                933 22.9
Cleveland, Ohio                93,874                306 3.3
Clifton, New Jersey                21,973                362 16.5
Clovis, California                26,069                222 8.5
College Station, Texas                40,270                864 21.5
Colorado Springs, Colorado              113,626            2,531 22.3
Columbia, Maryland                27,034                349 12.9
Columbia, Missouri                37,021                480 13.0
Columbia, South Carolina                37,981                418 11.0
Columbus, Georgia                48,612                605 12.4
Columbus, Ohio              238,478            4,900 20.5
Compton, California                25,337                264 10.4
Concord, California                29,293                733 25.0
Concord, North Carolina                22,216                357 16.1
Conway, Arkansas                19,520                427 21.9
Coral Springs, Florida                33,410            1,346 40.3
Corona, California                43,449                533 12.3
Corpus Christi, Texas                78,445                610 7.8
Costa Mesa, California                30,309                816 26.9
Dale City, Virginia                18,223                407 22.3
Dallas, Texas              350,114            5,726 16.4
Danbury, Connecticut                19,045                443 23.3
Davenport, Iowa                24,373                326 13.4
Davie, Florida                27,667                161 5.8
Dayton, Ohio                36,243                591 16.3
Dearborn, Michigan                21,662                405 18.7
Decatur, Illinois                16,545                241 14.6
Deerfield Beach, Florida                18,239                258 14.1
Denton, Texas                42,728                617 14.4
Denver, Colorado              191,555            4,440 23.2
Des Moines, Iowa                55,017                440 8.0
Detroit, Michigan              169,419                552 3.3
Dothan, Alabama                15,807                306 19.4
Downey, California                30,534                302 9.9
Duluth, Minnesota                21,414                464 21.7
Durham, North Carolina                74,962            1,941 25.9
East Los Angeles, California                33,133                  25 0.8
East Orange, New Jersey                15,886                  60 3.8
Edinburg, Texas                23,199                456 19.7
Edmond, Oklahoma                23,088                736 31.9
El Cajon, California                22,613                391 17.3
El Monte, California                27,501                166 6.0
El Paso, Texas              167,895            3,256 19.4
Elgin, Illinois                26,477                856 32.3
Elizabeth, New Jersey                34,292                450 13.1
Elk Grove, California                45,262            1,079 23.8
Enterprise, Nevada                37,669                561 14.9
Erie, Pennsylvania                24,545                223 9.1
Escondido, California                37,206                346 9.3
Eugene, Oregon                44,038                173 3.9
Evanston, Illinois                20,442                494 24.2
Evansville, Indiana                29,172                174 6.0
Everett, Washington                25,475                257 10.1
Fairfield, California                27,538                312 11.3
Fargo, North Dakota                30,841                591 19.2
Farmington Hills, Michigan                18,408                868 47.2
Fayetteville, Arkansas                26,132                716 27.4
Fayetteville, North Carolina                52,290                585 11.2
Federal Way, Washington                24,036                410 17.1
Fishers, Indiana                24,753                578 23.4
Flagstaff, Arizona                23,358                491 21.0
Flint, Michigan                24,048                  83 3.5
Florence-Graham, California                16,453                217 13.2
Flower Mound, Texas                18,744                919 49.0
Folsom, California                16,110                592 36.7
Fontana, California                55,753                434 7.8
Fort Collins, Colorado                47,917            1,058 22.1
Fort Lauderdale, Florida                39,796                522 13.1
Fort Smith, Arkansas                20,289                178 8.8
Fort Wayne, Indiana                62,995            1,433 22.7
Fort Worth, Texas              224,796            4,768 21.2
Framingham, Massachusetts                19,782                670 33.9
Franklin, Tennessee                17,838                777 43.6
Frederick, Maryland                18,188                502 27.6
Fremont, California                59,186            1,245 21.0
Fresno, California              134,234            2,373 17.7
Frisco, Texas                44,317            1,405 31.7
Fullerton, California                35,793                451 12.6
Gainesville, Florida                45,184                315 7.0
Gaithersburg, Maryland                18,643                618 33.1
Garden Grove, California                43,324                498 11.5
Garland, Texas                58,292                917 15.7
Gastonia, North Carolina                18,866                353 18.7
Germantown, Maryland                24,144                502 20.8
Gilbert, Arizona                63,759            2,202 34.5
Glendale, Arizona                60,187                311 5.2
Glendale, California                51,030            1,222 23.9
Goodyear, Arizona                19,622                265 13.5
Grand Prairie, Texas                47,773                316 6.6
Grand Rapids, Michigan                50,876                805 15.8
Greeley, Colorado                27,822                444 16.0
Green Bay, Wisconsin                26,392                524 19.9
Greensboro, North Carolina                80,469            1,270 15.8
Greenville, South Carolina                18,875                658 34.9
Gresham, Oregon                25,824                  61 2.4
Hammond, Indiana                20,864                  40 1.9
Hampton, Virginia                33,759                246 7.3
Hartford, Connecticut                33,556                299 8.9
Hawthorne, California                24,444                800 32.7
Hayward, California                41,498                379 9.1
Henderson, Nevada                64,446            1,213 18.8
Hesperia, California                22,244                174 7.8
Hialeah, Florida                54,235                413 7.6
High Point, North Carolina                30,858                130 4.2
Highlands Ranch, Colorado                27,801                568 20.4
Hillsboro, Oregon                28,691                915 31.9
Hollywood, Florida                34,308                518 15.1
Hoover, Alabama                21,753                873 40.1
Houston, Texas              595,456            9,139 15.3
Huntington Beach, California                44,913                744 16.6
Huntsville, Alabama                48,658                982 20.2
Independence, Missouri                26,007                447 17.2
Indianapolis City , Indiana              219,908            3,748 17.0
Irvine, California                75,538            2,419 32.0
Irving, Texas                67,295            2,201 32.7
Jackson, Mississippi                45,783                522 11.4
Jackson, Tennessee                17,459                  94 5.4
Jacksonville, Florida              221,980            5,092 22.9
Jacksonville, North Carolina                16,298                522 32.0
Jersey City, New Jersey                72,105            2,204 30.6
Joliet, Illinois                36,882                250 6.8
Kalamazoo, Michigan                22,717                180 7.9
Kansas City, Kansas                36,869                298 8.1
Kansas City, Missouri              122,192            2,312 18.9
Kenner, Louisiana                15,485                274 17.7
Kenosha, Wisconsin                23,040                142 6.2
Kent, Washington                31,719                439 13.8
Killeen, Texas                42,416                  43 1.0
Kirkland, Washington                21,983                859 39.1
Knoxville, Tennessee                52,591                321 6.1
Lafayette, Indiana                19,583                540 27.6
Lake Forest, California                21,124                324 15.3
Lakeland, Florida                25,953                147 5.7
Lakewood, California                20,212                414 20.5
Lakewood, Colorado                37,776                670 17.7
Lancaster, California                41,665                225 5.4
Lansing, Michigan                32,842                740 22.5
Laredo, Texas                65,994                526 8.0
Largo, Florida                16,973                303 17.9
Las Vegas, Nevada              150,424            2,465 16.4
Lauderhill, Florida                19,037                186 9.8
Lawrence, Massachusetts                20,770                  43 2.1
Lawton, Oklahoma                22,528                309 13.7
Layton, Utah                17,960                678 37.8
League City, Texas                26,287                901 34.3
Lee’s Summit, Missouri                22,642                788 34.8
Lehigh Acres, Florida                28,528                384 13.5
Lewisville, Texas                28,212                576 20.4
Lexington-Fayette urban county, Kentucky                84,364            1,253 14.9
Lincoln, Nebraska                70,233            1,578 22.5
Little Rock, Arkansas                49,205                771 15.7
Livermore, California                21,887                475 21.7
Livonia, Michigan                19,354                499 25.8
Long Beach, California              128,901            1,570 12.2
Longmont, Colorado                23,360                319 13.7
Longview, Texas                17,065                  71 4.2
Los Angeles, California          1,062,734          11,574 10.9
Louisville/Jefferson County metro   government, Kentucky              147,652            2,521 17.1
Lowell, Massachusetts                29,894                350 11.7
Lubbock, Texas                66,248            1,920 29.0
Lynchburg, Virginia                24,356            1,019 41.8
Macon-Bibb County, Georgia                37,476                225 6.0
Madison, Wisconsin                76,107            1,802 23.7
Manchester, New Hampshire                26,857                471 17.5
Manteca, California                18,775                117 6.2
Maple Grove, Minnesota                15,631                499 31.9
McAllen, Texas                33,851                536 15.8
McKinney, Texas                42,056            1,691 40.2
Melbourne, Florida                15,631                716 45.8
Memphis, Tennessee              167,194            1,952 11.7
Menifee, California                19,960                549 27.5
Merced, California                21,665                151 7.0
Mesa, Arizona              118,402            1,253 10.6
Mesquite, Texas                36,660                209 5.7
Metairie, Louisiana                32,512                698 21.5
Miami Beach, Florida                19,162                442 23.1
Miami, Florida              112,650            1,371 12.2
Midland, Texas                33,309                721 21.6
Milpitas, California                18,768            1,045 55.7
Milwaukee, Wisconsin              163,629            1,696 10.4
Minneapolis, Minnesota              116,714            3,180 27.2
Miramar, Florida                40,456                487 12.0
Mission Viejo, California                20,729                508 24.5
Missouri City, Texas                19,575            1,050 53.6
Mobile, Alabama                47,542                502 10.6
Modesto, California                49,712                609 12.3
Montgomery, Alabama                51,091            1,005 19.7
Moreno Valley, California                57,194                159 2.8
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina                19,703            1,057 53.6
Mountain View, California                20,071            1,013 50.5
Murfreesboro, Tennessee                39,818                613 15.4
Murrieta, California                27,726            1,038 37.4
Nampa, Idaho                22,866                466 20.4
Napa, California                19,168                455 23.7
Naperville, Illinois                34,979            1,141 32.6
Nashua, New Hampshire                20,287                466 23.0
Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee              181,756            4,326 23.8
New Bedford, Massachusetts                23,350                313 13.4
New Orleans, Louisiana              105,056            2,173 20.7
New Rochelle, New York                20,069                653 32.5
New York, New York          2,274,926          44,427 19.5
Newark, New Jersey                77,389                910 11.8
Newport News, Virginia                46,440            1,038 22.4
Newton, Massachusetts                21,311                737 34.6
Norfolk, Virginia                61,360                891 14.5
Norman, Oklahoma                33,847                442 13.1
North Charleston, South Carolina                29,721                385 13.0
North Las Vegas, Nevada                62,890                209 3.3
North Richland Hills, Texas                17,227                457 26.5
Norwalk, California                26,104                  93 3.6
Norwalk, Connecticut                21,820                619 28.4
Oakland, California              114,209            2,633 23.1
Oceanside, California                41,431                809 19.5
Odessa, Texas                28,418                  33 1.2
Ogden, Utah                21,473                345 16.1
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma              158,418            3,085 19.5
Olathe, Kansas                33,101                825 24.9
Omaha, Nebraska              109,007            2,522 23.1
Ontario, California                48,185                370 7.7
Orange, California                35,730                603 16.9
Orem, Utah                25,727                865 33.6
Orlando, Florida                79,917            1,418 17.7
Oshkosh, Wisconsin                16,822                179 10.6
Overland Park, Kansas                45,109            1,777 39.4
Oxnard, California                53,561                509 9.5
Palatine village, Illinois                15,946                605 37.9
Palmdale, California                39,250                408 10.4
Paradise, Nevada                58,074                600 10.3
Parma, Ohio                18,562                642 34.6
Pasadena, California                37,571                642 17.1
Pasadena, Texas                39,784                450 11.3
Pasco, Washington                17,118                  46 2.7
Paterson, New Jersey                38,715                  46 1.2
Pearland, Texas                31,438                450 14.3
Pembroke Pines, Florida                44,226                888 20.1
Peoria, Arizona                37,323                811 21.7
Peoria, Illinois                28,230                475 16.8
Pharr, Texas                19,930                265 13.3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania              421,376            7,783 18.5
Phoenix, Arizona              412,206            5,602 13.6
Pittsburg, California                17,253                314 18.2
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                81,347            1,492 18.3
Plano, Texas                71,632            2,225 31.1
Plantation, Florida                24,784                219 8.8
Pomona, California                39,861                211 5.3
Pompano Beach, Florida                24,150                115 4.8
Portland, Maine                18,292                511 27.9
Portland, Oregon              177,977            3,659 20.6
Portsmouth, Virginia                23,265                  43 1.8
Providence, Rhode Island                54,393                234 4.3
Provo, Utah                40,528                906 22.4
Pueblo, Colorado                24,199                204 8.4
Quincy, Massachusetts                24,988                890 35.6
Racine, Wisconsin                19,350                245 12.7
Raleigh, North Carolina              135,722            2,474 18.2
Rancho Cordova, California                18,339                346 18.9
Rancho Cucamonga, California                44,113            1,463 33.2
Reading, Pennsylvania                22,206                  19 0.9
Redding, California                20,421                304 14.9
Redlands, California                19,524                229 11.7
Redondo Beach, California                15,420                883 57.3
Redwood City, California                21,974                598 27.2
Reno, Nevada                60,913            1,304 21.4
Renton, Washington                24,917                476 19.1
Rialto, California                25,665                302 11.8
Richardson, Texas                26,340            1,582 60.1
Richmond, California                28,828                181 6.3
Richmond, Virginia                64,037                916 14.3
Rio Rancho, New Mexico                23,428                357 15.2
Riverside, California                90,531                855 9.4
Riverview, Florida                24,147                613 25.4
Roanoke, Virginia                23,911                142 5.9
Rochester, Minnesota                28,331                888 31.3
Rochester, New York                58,706                321 5.5
Rochester Hills, Michigan                16,476                346 21.0
Rock Hill, South Carolina                18,785                324 17.2
Rockford, Illinois                34,391                262 7.6
Rockville, Maryland                16,202                752 46.4
Rogers, Arkansas                17,107                280 16.4
Roseville, California                30,865                728 23.6
Roswell, Georgia                20,695            1,178 56.9
Round Rock, Texas                33,847                791 23.4
Sacramento, California              126,045            1,801 14.3
Salem, Oregon                41,543            1,067 25.7
Salinas, California                41,749                131 3.1
Salt Lake City, Utah                49,971            1,457 29.2
San Antonio, Texas              380,509            4,803 12.6
San Bernardino, California                57,609                166 2.9
San Buenaventura (Ventura), California                23,025                468 20.3
San Diego, California              371,312            7,242 19.5
San Francisco, California              236,358            5,869 24.8
San Jose, California              259,007            5,800 22.4
San Leandro, California                22,234                236 10.6
San Marcos, California                22,226                278 12.5
San Mateo, California                25,937                901 34.7
San Ramon, California                19,948                487 24.4
Sandy, Utah                22,715                656 28.9
Sandy Springs, Georgia                32,260                347 10.8
Santa Ana, California                86,549                666 7.7
Santa Barbara, California                22,636                328 14.5
Santa Clara, California                34,594            1,178 34.1
Santa Clarita, California                44,229            1,051 23.8
Santa Maria, California                25,838                179 6.9
Santa Monica, California                22,845                509 22.3
Santa Rosa, California                39,305                629 16.0
Savannah, Georgia                38,573                810 21.0
Schaumburg village, Illinois                17,021                404 23.7
Schenectady, New York                16,681                  98 5.9
Scottsdale, Arizona                50,888                917 18.0
Scranton, Pennsylvania                17,862                208 11.6
Seattle, Washington              202,714            4,912 24.2
Shreveport, Louisiana                48,264                545 11.3
Silver Spring, Maryland                24,788                544 21.9
Simi Valley, California                30,999                591 19.1
Sioux City, Iowa                19,298                427 22.1
Sioux Falls, South Dakota                41,325            1,019 24.7
Skokie village, Illinois                13,907                347 25.0
Somerville, Massachusetts                30,000                401 13.4
South Bend, Indiana                25,739                299 11.6
South Gate, California                26,105                247 9.5
South Jordan, Utah                16,532                677 41.0
Sparks, Nevada                21,459                221 10.3
Spokane, Washington                51,845                914 17.6
Spring Hill, Florida                24,423                217 8.9
Spring Valley, Nevada                54,177                404 7.5
Springdale, Arkansas                19,000                364 19.2
Springfield, Illinois                26,784                696 26.0
Springfield, Massachusetts                41,192                113 2.7
Springfield, Missouri                45,694                324 7.1
St. Cloud, Minnesota                17,007                322 18.9
St. George, Utah                19,073                316 16.6
St. Joseph, Missouri                17,200                352 20.5
St. Louis, Missouri                84,189            1,364 16.2
St. Paul, Minnesota                79,156            1,543 19.5
St. Petersburg, Florida                62,819                980 15.6
Stamford, Connecticut                33,005            1,135 34.4
Sterling Heights, Michigan                31,646            1,038 32.8
Stockton, California                75,646                515 6.8
Suffolk, Virginia                21,038                323 15.4
Sugar Land, Texas                19,992                856 42.8
Sunnyvale, California                38,433            2,037 53.0
Sunrise, Florida                21,364                149 7.0
Sunrise Manor, Nevada                52,123                263 5.0
Syracuse, New York                40,672                454 11.2
Tacoma, Washington                51,784                474 9.2
Tallahassee, Florida                65,397            1,749 26.7
Tampa, Florida              101,777            1,318 12.9
Temecula, California                27,819                317 11.4
Tempe, Arizona                52,055                539 10.4
The Hammocks, Florida                19,060                712 37.4
The Woodlands, Texas                23,854                810 34.0
Thornton, Colorado                35,246                795 22.6
Thousand Oaks, California                29,299                541 18.5
Toledo, Ohio                68,194                968 14.2
Toms River, New Jersey                19,653                306 15.6
Topeka, Kansas                29,798                249 8.4
Torrance, California                35,982                861 23.9
Tracy, California                22,952                139 6.1
Trenton, New Jersey                19,920                262 13.2
Troy, Michigan                18,760                726 38.7
Tucson, Arizona              135,357            1,418 10.5
Tulsa, Oklahoma                98,327            1,220 12.4
Turlock, California                18,864                127 6.7
Tustin, California                21,721                267 12.3
Tyler, Texas                25,219                319 12.6
Union City, California                18,602                335 18.0
Union City, New Jersey                18,196                302 16.6
Upland, California                18,665                112 6.0
Urban Honolulu, Hawaii                79,836            2,081 26.1
Vacaville, California                22,707                283 12.5
Vallejo, California                28,212                180 6.4
Vancouver, Washington                42,147                413 9.8
Victorville, California                29,311                  61 2.1
Virginia Beach, Virginia              112,623            2,215 19.7
Visalia, California                31,903                522 16.4
Vista, California                26,345                  48 1.8
Waco, Texas                37,416                157 4.2
Waldorf, Maryland                21,636                339 15.7
Warren, Michigan                33,229                412 12.4
Warwick, Rhode Island                18,910                366 19.4
Washington, District of Columbia              206,729            5,535 26.8
Waterbury, Connecticut                28,407                202 7.1
Waterloo, Iowa                14,661                455 31.0
Waukegan, Illinois                23,433                535 22.8
West Covina, California                24,702                711 28.8
West Jordan, Utah                27,620                318 11.5
West Valley City, Utah                33,757                216 6.4
Westland, Michigan                20,148                337 16.7
Westminster, California                21,371                254 11.9
Westminster, Colorado                27,321                290 10.6
Whittier, California                21,568                  67 3.1
Wichita, Kansas                93,246            1,593 17.1
Wichita Falls, Texas                23,334                157 6.7
Wilmington, Delaware                17,707                  82 4.6
Wilmington, North Carolina                32,724                442 13.5
Winston-Salem, North Carolina                60,997                996 16.3
Woodbury, Minnesota                16,510                951 57.6
Worcester, Massachusetts                50,979            1,359 26.7
Wyoming, Michigan                19,655                144 7.3
Yakima, Washington                20,431                265 13.0
Yonkers, New York                49,708                805 16.2
Yuma, Arizona                21,306                129 6.1
Source:   American Community Survey    

 

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