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Screenshot of 2019 data map from the CDC Disability & Health Data System showing the relationship between any disability and yearly incomes below $15,000 for adults 18+. The states with the highest prevalence of 22.2-50.3% are CA, NM, AR, LA, AL, SC, DC, Guam, and Puerto Rico. States in the second-highest tier of 18.7-22.1% are NE, OK, TX, MO, WI, IN, KY, TN, MS, WV, GA. States in the middle with 17-18.6% are AZ, MT, KS, IL, MI, OH, FL, VA, NY, RI. States in the second-lowest tier of 15.6-16.9% are WA, NV, ID, HI, IA, VT, NH, MA, ME, DE. States with the lowest at 10.2-15.5% are AK, OR, UT, WY, CO, ND, SD, MN, PA, MD, NC. There is no data available for NJ or Virgin Islands. The U.S. median prevalence is 19.7%. The map uses blue and green colors to show percentage relationships in each state.
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