Percent of US workers driving alone to work

Percent of workers 15 and older who drive a car, truck or van alone to work by U.S. county.

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Top 10 U.S. counties with the highest percentage of U.S. workers driving alone to work:

  1. Kenedy County, Texas – 100
  2. La Salle County, Texas – 95,2
  3. Lanier County, Georgia – 94,3
  4. Carroll County, Mississippi – 93,6
  5. East Carroll Parish, Louisiana – 92,9
  6. West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana – 92,9
  7. Jefferson County, Mississippi – 92,9
  8. Pendleton County, Kentucky – 91,5
  9. Norton city, Virginia – 91,4
  10. Conecuh County, Alabama – 91,4
  11. Wilkinson County, Mississippi – 91,4
  12. Pleasants County, West Virginia – 91,3
  13. Covington city, Virginia – 91,3
  14. Escambia County, Alabama – 91,2
  15. Hale County, Alabama – 91,1
  16. Posey County, Indiana – 91,1

Top 10 U.S. counties with the lowest percentage of U.S. workers driving alone to work:

  1. Kusilvak Census Area, Alaska – 5,3
  2. New York County, New York – 7,4
  3. Northwest Arctic Borough, Alaska – 21
  4. North Slope Borough, Alaska – 21,4
  5. Aleutians East Borough, Alaska – 21,4
  6. Kings County, New York – 22,6
  7. Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska – 23
  8. Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska – 23,9
  9. Bethel Census Area, Alaska – 26,9
  10. Bronx County, New York – 27,3
  11. Nome Census Area, Alaska – 28,8
  12. Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska – 34,4

Data: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey), 2012-2017


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