Votes vs Education Statistics

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Statistics showing how the top 15 most and least educated states in the United States of America voted in the 2000 election, according to percentage of the states population with a Bachelor's degree. Italicized entries show an exception to the general correlation.

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Top 15 Most Educated States

Rank, State, % of Population with Bachelor's Degree, Vote

1. DC - 38.3% - Gore
2. CO - 34.6% - Bush
3. MA - 32.7% - Gore
4. MD - 32.3% - Gore
5. VA - 31.9% - Bush
6. CT - 31.6% - Gore
7. MN - 31.2% - Gore
8. NH - 30.1% - Bush
9. NJ - 30.1% - Gore
10. VT - 28.8% - Gore
11. NY - 28.7% - Gore
12. WA - 28.6% - Gore
13. AK - 28.1% - Bush
14. CA - 27.5% - Gore
15. OR - 27.3% - Gore

Bottom 15 Most Educated States

Rank, State, % of Population with Bachelor's Degree, Vote

37. FL - 22.8% - Bush
38. ND - 22.6% - Bush
39. LA - 22.5% - Bush
40. OK - 22.5% - Bush
41. TN - 22.0% - Bush
42. WY - 20.6% - Bush
43. KY - 20.5% - Bush
44. AL - 20.4% - Bush
45. ID - 20.0% - Bush
46. NV - 19.3% - Bush
47. SC - 19.0% - Bush
48. MS - 18.7% - Bush
49. AR - 18.4% - Bush
50. IN - 17.1% - Bush
51. WV - 15.3% - Bush

Statistics from Census document P20-536 Table 13 (12/2000), 2000 Election

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