Community & Work Disparities
A Program of the ADA Participatory Action Research Consortium (ADA-PARC)

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Percentage of People with a Hearing Disability in North Carolina

Percentage of People with a Hearing Disability in North Carolina Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and North Carolina is in the second quartile with a value of 3.7%. The following cities in North Carolina have the value, Asheville 3.2%, Gastonia 3.7%, Greensboro 2.3% & Raleigh 2.0%.Percentage of People with a Hearing Disability Asheville, 3.2%Gastonia, 3.7%Greensboro, 2.3%Raleigh, 2.0%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table S1810, disability characteristics.
Calculation. The sum of people under 5, age 5 to 17, age 18 to 64 and 65 and above with a hearing disability divided by the total population.

Percentage of People with a Hearing Disability by Region
RegionPercentage of People with a Hearing Disability
United States3.5%
North Carolina3.7%
Asheville3.2%
Gastonia3.7%
Greensboro2.3%
Raleigh2.0%
Percentage of People with a Hearing DisabilityPercentage of People with a Hearing DisabilityA bar chart listed in descending orderNorth Carolina    3.7Gastonia    3.7United States    3.5Asheville    3.2Greensboro    2.3Raleigh    2.00%0.5%1%1.5%2%2.5%3%3.5%