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

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Percentage of People with an Ambulatory Disability in North Carolina

Percentage of People with an Ambulatory Disability in North Carolina Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and North Carolina is in the fourth quartile with a value of 7.4%. The following cities in North Carolina have the value, Asheville 6.3%, Gastonia 8.6%, Greensboro 5.3% & Raleigh 4.1%.Percentage of People with an Ambulatory Disability Asheville, 6.3%Gastonia, 8.6%Greensboro, 5.3%Raleigh, 4.1%

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 ambulatory disability divided by the total population.

Percentage of People with an Ambulatory Disability by Region
RegionPercentage of People with an Ambulatory Disability
United States6.6%
North Carolina7.4%
Asheville6.3%
Gastonia8.6%
Greensboro5.3%
Raleigh4.1%
Percentage of People with an Ambulatory DisabilityPercentage of People with an Ambulatory DisabilityA bar chart listed in descending orderGastonia    8.6North Carolina    7.4United States    6.6Asheville    6.3Greensboro    5.3Raleigh    4.10%1%2%3%4%5%6%7%8%9%