Car Ownership Statistics in the US

More than 276 million vehicles were registered in the U.S. in 2019, a 6% increase in the last five years. California recorded the highest registrations among all states with 31,247,270. Meanwhile, the Ogden-Clearfield, Utah metropolitan area had an average of 2.2 cars per household, the highest among the metros.

Last Updated: 2/23/2022
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Owning a car is a big goal for many Americans. Whether it’s for convenience or necessity, a sign of accomplishment or a rite of passage into adulthood, having a car provides access to new opportunities. For many car owners, having their own wheels improves commuting to school or work and offers easier access to necessities and services. It’s because of these factors and more that car ownership rates continue to increase.

However, there is limited to no access to vehicles for some. Based on where you live, a car may not be a necessity, may be too costly, or other transportation options are more accessible, affordable or convenient. Learn more about the data, statistics and trends to better understand the factors impacting car ownership in the U.S.

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Car Ownership & Usage Trends

Based on the number of registered vehicles, total car owners increased in 2019. That said, 8.7% of Americans did not have access to a vehicle during the same year.

Depending on the state and city where you live, car ownership statistics may vary. Among all states, California recorded the highest total registrations. Meanwhile, Ogden-Clearfield, Utah had the greatest number of car owners among metropolitan areas.

The Number of Registered Vehicles in the U.S.

The total number of cars registered in the country reached 276,491,171 in 2019. That is 6% higher compared to the number of vehicles registered in 2014, which was 260,350,940.

According to the Federal Highway Administration, the increase can be attributed to 272,402,478 private and commercial motor vehicles and 4,088,696 publicly-owned cars.

Generally, with the increase in population, more people is likely a significant contributing factor to the increase in car ownership.

Car ownership comes with many responsibilities and expenses, such as maintenance, service and car insurance, which varies in price state-by-state. However, a recent study showed that consumers tend to underestimate the true cost of car ownership and that assumption leads to more private car purchases.

Percentage of Americans Without Access to a Vehicle

With the increase in car registration numbers, it may appear that access to vehicles in the U.S. improved as well. However, approximately 8.7% of Americans, or more than 28 million, still had no access to vehicles in 2019.

Highly urbanized, Washington D.C. and New York state had the highest rate of people without access to a vehicle with 35% and 29%, respectively. On the other hand, Utah had the lowest rate with 4%.

The percentage decrease of people with no vehicle access in the U.S. throughout the last five years could be attributed to the rise in car ownership. This could be attributed to the increase in urban populations and the underestimation of the true cost of owning a vehicle. Additionally, with the disparity in income and wealth, people of color in the U.S. tend to have less access to cars than white Americans.

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From Jamie Page Deaton, Editor-in-Chief of Car Talk: Low income people in rural areas are most affected by lack of access to vehicles, because those areas do not have the public transportation infrastructure or dense development to support living without a car. Living in a rural area and not having access to a car will severely limit an individual's options for work, healthcare, education and other necessities.

Average Cars Per Household

On average, American households had 1.79 cars as of 2019, or roughly two vehicles per household. This average was similar in 2018.

One possible reason for this is because younger Americans’ driving behaviors have decreased. Millennials are reported to be less likely to own a vehicle compared to Generation X. They also drive 8% less or an average of only three miles per day.

Vehicle Ownership By State

Car ownership statistics vary per state. California reported the highest number of registered vehicles in 2019 with a total of 31,247,270. It is followed by Texas (23,007,145), Florida (17,833,719), New York (11,389,158) and Ohio (10,901,279).

Conversely, Vermont and Alaska had the lowest number of registered vehicles with 620,428 and 795,274, respectively.

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  • State
    Registered Vehicles, 2019
    Avg Cars per Household, 2019
    % With No Access, 2019
  • Alabama
    5,288,209
    1.92
    6.03%
  • Alaska
    795,274
    1.81
    9.93%
  • Arizona
    5,982,559
    1.84
    5.97%
  • Arkansas
    2,902,111
    1.84
    6.39%
  • California
    31,247,270
    1.92
    7.07%
  • Colorado
    5,412,403
    1.96
    5.14%
  • Connecticut
    2,878,547
    1.77
    8.66%
  • Delaware
    1,016,927
    1.81
    5.67%
  • Delaware
    1,016,927
    1.81
    5.67%
  • Florida
    17,833,719
    1.70
    6.15%
  • Georgia
    8,594,567
    1.86
    6.44%
  • Hawaii
    1,272,361
    1.85
    7.71%
  • Idaho
    1,954,528
    2.13
    4.10%
  • Illinois
    10,691,947
    1.67
    11.06%
  • Indiana
    6,223,459
    1.87
    6.49%
  • Iowa
    3,786,328
    1.95
    6.06%
  • Kansas
    2,682,337
    1.96
    5.34%
  • Kentucky
    4,383,222
    1.85
    7.24%
  • Louisiana
    3,802,746
    1.68
    8.52%
  • Maine
    1,130,055
    1.80
    6.36%
  • Maryland
    4,203,994
    1.80
    9.09%
  • Massachusetts
    5,061,260
    1.62
    12.42%
  • Michigan
    8,440,064
    1.77
    7.52%
  • Minnesota
    5,425,884
    1.89
    6.60%
  • Mississippi
    2,066,680
    1.86
    6.49%
  • Missouri
    5,534,289
    1.84
    6.93%
  • Montana
    1,900,806
    2.07
    4.59%
  • Nebraska
    1,968,480
    1.98
    5.39%
  • Nevada
    2,546,583
    1.81
    7.07%
  • New Hampshire
    1,363,379
    1.90
    5.29%
  • New Jersey
    6,033,015
    1.68
    11.56%
  • New Mexico
    1,825,421
    1.91
    5.84%
  • New York
    11,389,158
    1.25
    29.37%
  • North Carolina
    8,527,388
    1.91
    5.80%
  • North Dakota
    903,668
    1.97
    5.34%
  • Ohio
    10,901,279
    1.79
    7.72%
  • Oklahoma
    3,706,624
    1.90
    5.62%
  • Oregon
    3,919,158
    1.88
    7.75%
  • Pennsylvania
    10,800,315
    1.69
    11.00%
  • Rhode Island
    868,942
    1.67
    9.73%
  • South Carolina
    4,516,143
    1.87
    5.95%
  • South Dakota
    1,280,969
    2.04
    5.10%
  • Tennessee
    5,817,887
    1.93
    5.65%
  • Texas
    23,007,145
    1.87
    5.39%
  • Utah
    2,430,276
    2.15
    3.85%
  • Vermont
    620,428
    1.74
    6.87%
  • Virginia
    7,647,691
    1.94
    6.14%
  • Washington
    7,377,028
    1.93
    7.11%
  • West Virginia
    1,668,114
    1.76
    9.28%
  • Wisconsin
    5,666,399
    1.83
    6.71%
  • Wyoming
    843,672
    2.14
    4.37%
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Vehicle Ownership By City

The average number of car owners also varies by U.S. city. Los Angeles ranked the highest in car ownership with 2,276,974 registered vehicles in 2019. With a population of nearly 1.4 million people, it had 87.9% rate of vehicle ownership and an average of 1.63 cars per household.

Meanwhile, Union, New Jersey, had the least number of car owners with 20,603 for 25,581 households. That means 60.6% of households in the city had a vehicle.

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  • City
    Rates of Vehicle Ownership, 2019
    # of Households, 2019
    # of Vehicles per Household, 2019
  • New York, New York
    44.56%
    3,211,033
    0.62
  • Newark, New Jersey
    59.52%
    102,155
    0.87
  • Union City, New Jersey
    60.57%
    25,581
    0.81
  • Jersey City, New Jersey
    61.77%
    108,939
    0.85
  • Boston, Massachusetts
    64.31%
    271,553
    0.95
  • Washington, District of Columbia
    65.06%
    291,570
    0.89
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts
    67.14%
    47,374
    0.89
  • Passaic, New Jersey
    67.26%
    19,956
    1.03
  • San Francisco, California
    67.65%
    365,851
    1.03
  • East Orange, New Jersey
    69.22%
    27,960
    1.03
  • Paterson, New Jersey
    69.91%
    43,172
    1.13
  • Miami Beach, Florida
    70.11%
    40,084
    0.98
  • Trenton, New Jersey
    70.16%
    28,246
    1.11
  • Mount Vernon, New York
    70.41%
    26,535
    1.16
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    70.60%
    619,505
    1.04
  • Baltimore, Maryland
    71.28%
    242,694
    1.11
  • Camden, New Jersey
    71.68%
    24,051
    1.12
  • Chicago, Illinois
    72.22%
    1,080,345
    1.09
  • Buffalo, New York
    73.05%
    109,163
    1.15
  • New Haven, Connecticut
    73.40%
    46,982
    1.15
  • Lawrence, Massachusetts
    74.58%
    27,844
    1.23
  • Rochester, New York
    74.69%
    87,679
    1.14
  • Reading, Pennsylvania
    75.37%
    29,325
    1.23
  • Bayonne, New Jersey
    75.43%
    25,939
    1.15
  • Elizabeth, New Jersey
    75.56%
    40,227
    1.21
  • Yonkers, New York
    75.77%
    74,854
    1.21
  • Syracuse, New York
    75.96%
    57,114
    1.13
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    76.53%
    135,460
    1.19
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    76.57%
    143,276
    1.17
  • Somerville, Massachusetts
    76.63%
    32,120
    1.17
  • Springfield, Massachusetts
    77.07%
    54,922
    1.28
  • Hartford, Connecticut
    77.09%
    48,168
    1.17
  • Detroit, Michigan
    77.43%
    267,139
    1.19
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut
    77.50%
    50,103
    1.35
  • Wilmington, Delaware
    77.85%
    31,754
    1.06
  • Berkeley, California
    78.76%
    44,551
    1.31
  • Flint, Michigan
    78.93%
    40,121
    1.25
  • Schenectady, New York
    78.95%
    26,574
    1.20
  • Cleveland, Ohio
    79.27%
    171,632
    1.21
  • Gary, Indiana
    79.41%
    29,466
    1.32
  • Albany, New York
    79.92%
    42,408
    1.24
  • New Bedford, Massachusetts
    80.02%
    39,216
    1.33
  • Waterbury, Connecticut
    80.02%
    42,113
    1.33
  • St. Louis, Missouri
    80.25%
    146,779
    1.28
  • Seattle, Washington
    80.66%
    343,988
    1.32
  • Ponce, Puerto Rico
    80.72%
    44,413
    1.25
  • Dayton, Ohio
    80.91%
    56,520
    1.35
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
    80.99%
    40,959
    1.39
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
    81.20%
    137,582
    1.36
  • Youngstown, Ohio
    81.23%
    29,102
    1.28
  • Miami, Florida
    81.34%
    189,084
    1.27
  • Caguas, Puerto Rico
    81.36%
    28,623
    1.30
  • Fall River, Massachusetts
    81.41%
    37,899
    1.36
  • New Rochelle, New York
    81.87%
    32,251
    1.37
  • Providence, Rhode Island
    81.91%
    62,046
    1.28
  • Erie, Pennsylvania
    82.17%
    39,790
    1.26
  • Worcester, Massachusetts
    82.46%
    69,125
    1.42
  • Canton, Ohio
    82.77%
    31,981
    1.31
  • Brockton, Massachusetts
    82.78%
    31,440
    1.49
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    82.91%
    232,176
    1.35
  • Muncie, Indiana
    83.19%
    26,772
    1.46
  • Urban Honolulu, Hawaii
    83.25%
    131,873
    1.39
  • Silver Spring, Maryland
    83.26%
    31,712
    1.37
  • Scranton, Pennsylvania
    83.70%
    30,923
    1.43
  • Lynn, Massachusetts
    83.81%
    31,833
    1.50
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
    83.89%
    151,753
    1.31
  • Albany, Georgia
    84.27%
    25,640
    1.36
  • New Britain, Connecticut
    84.76%
    29,359
    1.48
  • Racine, Wisconsin
    84.85%
    31,303
    1.57
  • Quincy, Massachusetts
    84.96%
    42,242
    1.31
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
    84.99%
    181,833
    1.36
  • Oakland, California
    85.05%
    168,413
    1.45
  • Atlanta, Georgia
    85.14%
    223,736
    1.34
  • Portland, Oregon
    85.17%
    280,176
    1.48
  • Richmond, Virginia
    85.19%
    89,878
    1.47
  • Evanston, Illinois
    85.34%
    27,877
    1.29
  • Shreveport, Louisiana
    85.51%
    73,114
    1.47
  • Lowell, Massachusetts
    85.51%
    41,753
    1.55
  • Toledo, Ohio
    85.54%
    121,022
    1.43
  • Pawtucket, Rhode Island
    85.97%
    28,452
    1.44
  • Peoria, Illinois
    86.12%
    46,130
    1.51
  • Fort Myers, Florida
    86.35%
    30,754
    1.45
  • Lauderhill, Florida
    86.37%
    24,628
    1.36
  • Portland, Maine
    86.55%
    30,900
    1.49
  • Waterloo, Iowa
    86.57%
    27,914
    1.66
  • Birmingham, Alabama
    86.67%
    93,300
    1.47
  • Bayamón, Puerto Rico
    86.70%
    62,502
    1.50
  • Lafayette, Indiana
    86.97%
    33,086
    1.49
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan
    87.00%
    77,128
    1.55
  • Savannah, Georgia
    87.02%
    53,371
    1.46
  • St. Paul, Minnesota
    87.03%
    110,782
    1.57
  • Framingham, Massachusetts
    87.05%
    27,005
    1.64
  • Cicero, Illinois
    87.19%
    22,399
    1.66
  • Sunrise Manor, Nevada
    87.20%
    62,646
    1.61
  • Newport News, Virginia
    87.25%
    70,918
    1.61
  • Paradise, Nevada
    87.25%
    94,188
    1.49
  • Akron, Ohio
    87.25%
    83,821
    1.48
  • Madison, Wisconsin
    87.35%
    114,096
    1.44
  • Rockford, Illinois
    87.47%
    57,463
    1.59
  • Arlington, Virginia
    87.49%
    111,887
    1.40
  • Kalamazoo, Michigan
    87.52%
    30,858
    1.49
  • Brentwood, New York
    87.65%
    13,737
    2.27
  • Hammond, Indiana
    87.67%
    29,402
    1.56
  • St. Joseph, Missouri
    87.77%
    29,399
    1.61
  • Greenville, North Carolina
    87.79%
    37,402
    1.58
  • Davis, California
    87.86%
    26,367
    1.68
  • Los Angeles, California
    87.89%
    1,398,900
    1.63
  • Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    87.93%
    29,213
    1.53
  • Norfolk, Virginia
    88.00%
    88,387
    1.57
  • Bloomington, Indiana
    88.07%
    30,072
    1.48
  • Hialeah, Florida
    88.07%
    75,989
    1.63
  • South Bend, Indiana
    88.18%
    41,196
    1.54
  • Eugene, Oregon
    88.21%
    73,331
    1.55
  • Macon-Bibb, Georgia
    88.21%
    56,726
    1.61
  • Davenport, Iowa
    88.22%
    41,123
    1.64
  • Columbia, South Carolina
    88.28%
    45,474
    1.52
  • Pompano Beach, Florida
    88.40%
    44,297
    1.44
  • North Little Rock, Arkansas
    88.41%
    27,903
    1.50
  • Deerfield Beach, Florida
    88.44%
    33,439
    1.46
  • Knoxville, Tennessee
    88.47%
    83,492
    1.55
  • Alexandria, Virginia
    88.48%
    71,005
    1.35
  • Lorain, Ohio
    88.50%
    24,947
    1.48
  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    88.51%
    82,097
    1.47
  • Santa Barbara, California
    88.60%
    38,674
    1.57
  • Memphis, Tennessee
    88.66%
    254,423
    1.53
  • Champaign, Illinois
    88.68%
    35,865
    1.41
  • Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
    88.70%
    26,131
    1.62
  • Cheektowaga, New York
    88.81%
    35,691
    1.48
  • Roanoke, Virginia
    88.82%
    40,810
    1.53
  • Kansas City, Kansas
    88.87%
    56,873
    1.68
  • Iowa City, Iowa
    88.89%
    32,850
    1.57
  • Lansing, Michigan
    88.98%
    51,035
    1.39
  • Denver, Colorado
    89.07%
    318,445
    1.57
  • Pharr, Texas
    89.15%
    23,126
    1.65
  • Spokane, Washington
    89.23%
    95,222
    1.69
  • Evansville, Indiana
    89.26%
    50,692
    1.56
  • Carolina, Puerto Rico
    89.27%
    54,004
    1.44
  • Springfield, Missouri
    89.37%
    80,693
    1.42
  • Tucson, Arizona
    89.39%
    217,993
    1.55
  • Winston-Salem, North Carolina
    89.46%
    94,884
    1.64
  • Portsmouth, Virginia
    89.56%
    36,089
    1.61
  • Pueblo, Colorado
    89.57%
    44,945
    1.68
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
    89.57%
    81,839
    1.63
  • Sandy Springs, Georgia
    89.59%
    52,820
    1.54
  • Santa Monica, California
    89.62%
    45,096
    1.40
  • Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky
    89.62%
    252,784
    1.63
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan
    89.63%
    45,827
    1.48
  • Medford, Oregon
    89.65%
    33,047
    1.69
  • Glendale, California
    89.71%
    74,197
    1.61
  • Bellevue, Washington
    89.72%
    59,316
    1.63
  • Lake Charles, Louisiana
    89.73%
    32,614
    1.58
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
    89.77%
    54,673
    1.53
  • East Los Angeles, California
    89.84%
    30,676
    1.88
  • Gainesville, Florida
    89.85%
    51,990
    1.47
  • Fresno, California
    89.86%
    172,815
    1.74
  • Greenville, South Carolina
    89.88%
    32,250
    1.56
  • Tempe, Arizona
    89.91%
    76,669
    1.61
  • Clearwater, Florida
    89.92%
    48,641
    1.48
  • Kansas City, Missouri
    89.92%
    209,768
    1.62
  • Dallas, Texas
    89.93%
    518,998
    1.56
  • Victoria, Texas
    90.00%
    21,806
    1.69
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
    90.00%
    235,628
    1.66
  • Des Moines, Iowa
    90.01%
    91,045
    1.69
  • Westland, Michigan
    90.02%
    35,324
    1.56
  • Waukegan, Illinois
    90.05%
    29,100
    1.61
  • Lawton, Oklahoma
    90.05%
    32,174
    1.57
  • Stamford, Connecticut
    90.07%
    49,707
    1.60
  • Fort Smith, Arkansas
    90.10%
    36,210
    1.58
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    90.17%
    76,348
    1.50
  • Springfield, Illinois
    90.18%
    49,544
    1.49
  • Southfield, Michigan
    90.20%
    34,836
    1.45
  • Duluth, Minnesota
    90.21%
    37,374
    1.68
  • Daytona Beach, Florida
    90.28%
    28,839
    1.47
  • Boulder, Colorado
    90.37%
    42,462
    1.62
  • Little Rock, Arkansas
    90.48%
    80,063
    1.64
  • Auburn, Washington
    90.50%
    29,665
    1.84
  • Topeka, Kansas
    90.50%
    54,066
    1.60
  • Jackson, Tennessee
    90.51%
    25,925
    1.64
  • Bryan, Texas
    90.51%
    31,053
    1.59
  • Columbus, Georgia
    90.52%
    73,134
    1.70
  • Sioux City, Iowa
    90.56%
    31,968
    1.80
  • Richmond, California
    90.58%
    36,634
    1.81
  • Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia
    90.62%
    66,838
    1.65
  • El Monte, California
    90.62%
    31,535
    1.98
  • El Cajon, California
    90.63%
    32,139
    1.80
  • Houston, Texas
    90.67%
    876,504
    1.60
  • Asheville, North Carolina
    90.68%
    40,340
    1.52
  • Athens-Clarke County, Georgia
    90.68%
    51,640
    1.69
  • Lakeland, Florida
    90.70%
    40,236
    1.50
  • Wyoming, Michigan
    90.73%
    28,313
    1.79
  • Escondido, California
    90.75%
    51,364
    1.85
  • Johnson City, Tennessee
    90.84%
    30,724
    1.70
  • Rochester, Minnesota
    90.94%
    50,479
    1.66
  • Beaverton, Oregon
    90.97%
    43,659
    1.59
  • Sacramento, California
    90.98%
    191,911
    1.74
  • Redding, California
    90.99%
    37,757
    1.81
  • Long Beach, California
    91.01%
    165,689
    1.71
  • Daly City, California
    91.04%
    31,289
    1.95
  • Decatur, Illinois
    91.04%
    29,772
    1.48
  • St. Cloud, Minnesota
    91.04%
    27,322
    1.62
  • Wichita Falls, Texas
    91.06%
    37,332
    1.66
  • Mobile, Alabama
    91.06%
    77,628
    1.68
  • Renton, Washington
    91.08%
    39,908
    1.78
  • Green Bay, Wisconsin
    91.22%
    43,004
    1.71
  • Greensboro, North Carolina
    91.24%
    118,046
    1.65
  • Lafayette, Louisiana
    91.24%
    52,267
    1.59
  • Kennewick, Washington
    91.27%
    31,230
    1.84
  • Pine Hills, Florida
    91.35%
    24,507
    1.67
  • San Antonio, Texas
    91.36%
    512,273
    1.70
  • Oshkosh, Wisconsin
    91.41%
    26,794
    1.60
  • Gresham, Oregon
    91.42%
    40,604
    1.82
  • West Palm Beach, Florida
    91.43%
    41,678
    1.41
  • Indianapolis, Indiana
    91.45%
    340,639
    1.60
  • Fargo, North Dakota
    91.48%
    57,118
    1.60
  • Gulfport, Mississippi
    91.51%
    25,559
    1.53
  • Reno, Nevada
    91.52%
    110,118
    1.75
  • Sunrise, Florida
    91.53%
    39,427
    1.63
  • Metairie, Louisiana
    91.54%
    56,421
    1.54
  • Columbus, Ohio
    91.58%
    368,491
    1.56
  • Durham, North Carolina
    91.58%
    114,726
    1.65
  • Skokie, Illinois
    91.60%
    20,060
    1.74
  • Missoula, Montana
    91.61%
    33,448
    1.73
  • Bellingham, Washington
    91.64%
    38,664
    1.66
  • Hemet, California
    91.68%
    28,412
    1.64
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma
    91.69%
    163,801
    1.67
  • Alameda, California
    91.72%
    30,788
    1.62
  • Tampa, Florida
    91.73%
    153,918
    1.58
  • Arden-Arcade, California
    91.73%
    42,309
    1.63
  • Brownsville, Texas
    91.74%
    55,052
    1.77
  • Harlingen, Texas
    91.76%
    22,901
    1.55
  • Miami Gardens, Florida
    91.79%
    32,171
    1.70
  • Burbank, California
    91.80%
    43,167
    1.62
  • San Bernardino, California
    91.81%
    60,308
    1.93
  • Stockton, California
    91.81%
    96,149
    1.90
  • Cranston, Rhode Island
    91.82%
    31,182
    1.64
  • Glendale, Arizona
    91.84%
    81,065
    1.84
  • Glen Burnie, Maryland
    91.84%
    29,669
    1.90
  • Homestead, Florida
    91.84%
    20,320
    1.57
  • Vancouver, Washington
    91.85%
    75,199
    1.72
  • Redmond, Washington
    91.90%
    29,881
    1.51
  • North Charleston, South Carolina
    91.91%
    47,066
    1.57
  • Clifton, New Jersey
    91.92%
    28,207
    1.71
  • Jackson, Mississippi
    92.00%
    61,590
    1.64
  • Omaha, Nebraska
    92.00%
    188,824
    1.71
  • Independence, Missouri
    92.04%
    47,329
    1.72
  • Everett, Washington
    92.05%
    44,219
    1.69
  • Dearborn, Michigan
    92.09%
    30,304
    1.69
  • Yakima, Washington
    92.13%
    33,424
    1.91
  • Port Charlotte, Florida
    92.17%
    24,367
    1.61
  • Bend, Oregon
    92.17%
    39,371
    1.89
  • Tacoma, Washington
    92.17%
    87,016
    1.75
  • Dothan, Alabama
    92.19%
    27,103
    1.65
  • Bellflower, California
    92.24%
    23,369
    2.04
  • Tallahassee, Florida
    92.26%
    76,684
    1.58
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
    92.27%
    79,565
    1.63
  • South Gate, California
    92.28%
    23,559
    2.04
  • Charleston, South Carolina
    92.29%
    58,902
    1.66
  • Joliet, Illinois
    92.30%
    48,724
    1.85
  • Rock Hill, South Carolina
    92.30%
    32,341
    1.65
  • Salem, Oregon
    92.32%
    61,087
    1.83
  • El Paso, Texas
    92.33%
    223,076
    1.82
  • Lynwood, California
    92.35%
    15,142
    2.10
  • Montgomery, Alabama
    92.36%
    78,225
    1.65
  • Florence-Graham, California
    92.37%
    14,973
    2.00
  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama
    92.37%
    36,779
    1.66
  • Ogden, Utah
    92.37%
    30,509
    1.77
  • Mountain View, California
    92.38%
    35,456
    1.63
  • Santa Cruz, California
    92.41%
    22,166
    1.79
  • Manchester, New Hampshire
    92.43%
    46,435
    1.69
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
    92.45%
    227,179
    1.73
  • Killeen, Texas
    92.45%
    57,079
    1.77
  • Temple, Texas
    92.46%
    28,819
    1.68
  • Hampton, Virginia
    92.46%
    55,633
    1.75
  • Inglewood, California
    92.49%
    34,440
    1.73
  • Bowling Green, Kentucky
    92.50%
    27,178
    1.53
  • San Marcos, California
    92.52%
    30,852
    2.01
  • Danbury, Connecticut
    92.52%
    32,310
    1.72
  • Warwick, Rhode Island
    92.54%
    34,833
    1.71
  • Lodi, California
    92.54%
    22,733
    1.92
  • Jacksonville, Florida
    92.57%
    349,171
    1.65
  • Federal Way, Washington
    92.57%
    34,971
    1.87
  • Kirkland, Washington
    92.60%
    36,115
    1.80
  • Elgin, Illinois
    92.63%
    36,849
    1.83
  • Westminster, California
    92.63%
    26,984
    2.08
  • Kenner, Louisiana
    92.64%
    26,151
    1.70
  • Warren, Michigan
    92.65%
    52,359
    1.73
  • Pembroke Pines, Florida
    92.65%
    57,399
    1.72
  • Phoenix, Arizona
    92.67%
    586,878
    1.79
  • Lehigh Acres, Florida
    92.67%
    38,662
    1.75
  • Hayward, California
    92.68%
    47,826
    2.03
  • Columbia, Missouri
    92.68%
    46,841
    1.66
  • Fort Wayne, Indiana
    92.69%
    105,414
    1.70
  • Amarillo, Texas
    92.71%
    76,207
    1.79
  • Hollywood, Florida
    92.77%
    55,172
    1.63
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    92.79%
    249,615
    1.74
  • Pasadena, California
    92.80%
    56,668
    1.66
  • Austin, Texas
    92.81%
    409,903
    1.62
  • Chico, California
    92.87%
    37,040
    1.80
  • Baytown, Texas
    92.87%
    26,978
    1.86
  • San Buenaventura (Ventura), California
    92.88%
    40,513
    1.85
  • Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky
    92.89%
    131,929
    1.68
  • Gastonia, North Carolina
    92.91%
    27,796
    1.78
  • Largo, Florida
    92.91%
    33,687
    1.46
  • Ames, Iowa
    92.92%
    26,347
    1.80
  • Rapid City, South Dakota
    92.95%
    31,387
    1.77
  • Bloomington, Illinois
    92.98%
    31,564
    1.59
  • Fayetteville, North Carolina
    93.00%
    82,087
    1.65
  • Wichita, Kansas
    93.01%
    153,454
    1.81
  • Merced, California
    93.07%
    25,005
    1.92
  • Corpus Christi, Texas
    93.09%
    119,184
    1.78
  • Odessa, Texas
    93.10%
    42,465
    1.87
  • Rockville, Maryland
    93.12%
    26,360
    1.60
  • Bakersfield, California
    93.12%
    116,558
    1.96
  • Fayetteville, Arkansas
    93.12%
    36,705
    1.73
  • Auburn, Alabama
    93.13%
    26,156
    1.81
  • High Point, North Carolina
    93.13%
    40,877
    1.75
  • Appleton, Wisconsin
    93.14%
    31,049
    1.67
  • Pomona, California
    93.15%
    40,579
    2.14
  • Kenosha, Wisconsin
    93.18%
    38,042
    1.69
  • Carmichael, California
    93.19%
    26,577
    1.81
  • Hillsboro, Oregon
    93.22%
    38,085
    1.83
  • Walnut Creek, California
    93.24%
    31,558
    1.62
  • Norwalk, Connecticut
    93.26%
    33,616
    1.79
  • Lynchburg, Virginia
    93.29%
    28,950
    1.79
  • Perris, California
    93.31%
    17,582
    2.24
  • Frederick, Maryland
    93.35%
    29,293
    1.71
  • Yuma, Arizona
    93.41%
    34,971
    1.76
  • Melbourne, Florida
    93.43%
    31,680
    1.59
  • Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee
    93.43%
    279,545
    1.68
  • Kissimmee, Florida
    93.44%
    22,709
    1.49
  • Spokane Valley, Washington
    93.45%
    41,483
    1.90
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
    93.47%
    342,448
    1.65
  • Las Cruces, New Mexico
    93.49%
    40,185
    1.85
  • San Diego, California
    93.57%
    512,530
    1.80
  • Bismarck, North Dakota
    93.60%
    30,833
    1.86
  • Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    93.67%
    57,947
    1.69
  • Tamarac, Florida
    93.68%
    26,124
    1.41
  • Pleasanton, California
    93.71%
    28,994
    1.93
  • Ellicott City, Maryland
    93.72%
    27,514
    1.85
  • San Jose, California
    93.77%
    327,894
    1.98
  • Abilene, Texas
    93.78%
    43,010
    1.71
  • Union City, California
    93.78%
    22,469
    2.21
  • Kent, Washington
    93.80%
    44,949
    1.98
  • Jonesboro, Arkansas
    93.81%
    29,688
    1.63
  • Springdale, Arkansas
    93.85%
    26,443
    1.80
  • Bloomington, Minnesota
    93.85%
    35,843
    1.73
  • Santa Maria, California
    93.86%
    27,079
    2.08
  • Beaumont, Texas
    93.87%
    45,435
    1.65
  • Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    93.91%
    76,996
    1.80
  • Columbia, Maryland
    93.92%
    39,629
    1.75
  • Antioch, California
    93.93%
    36,138
    2.09
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
    93.94%
    188,412
    1.71
  • Boynton Beach, Florida
    93.94%
    31,863
    1.61
  • Kendall, Florida
    93.95%
    28,610
    1.84
  • Farmington Hills, Michigan
    93.96%
    32,850
    1.78
  • Clovis, California
    93.96%
    39,269
    1.90
  • Redwood City, California
    93.97%
    32,199
    1.82
  • Sunnyvale, California
    93.97%
    55,424
    1.75
  • Santa Rosa, California
    93.98%
    65,590
    1.86
  • Aurora, Colorado
    93.98%
    136,443
    1.85
  • Bossier City, Louisiana
    94.00%
    26,677
    1.65
  • Lubbock, Texas
    94.02%
    99,104
    1.73
  • McAllen, Texas
    94.03%
    47,094
    1.81
  • Anchorage, Alaska
    94.08%
    105,198
    1.81
  • Chesapeake, Virginia
    94.09%
    86,878
    2.01
  • Riverside, California
    94.09%
    87,189
    2.08
  • Waco, Texas
    94.11%
    50,523
    1.72
  • St. Petersburg, Florida
    94.13%
    110,354
    1.55
  • Nashua, New Hampshire
    94.14%
    37,474
    1.75
  • Arlington Heights, Illinois
    94.17%
    28,748
    1.72
  • Santa Clara, California
    94.20%
    46,608
    1.80
  • Lancaster, California
    94.21%
    49,220
    1.87
  • Waukesha, Wisconsin
    94.22%
    30,364
    1.68
  • Oxnard, California
    94.24%
    50,739
    2.23
  • Alhambra, California
    94.25%
    28,777
    1.88
  • Mesa, Arizona
    94.25%
    187,111
    1.81
  • Huntsville, Alabama
    94.26%
    88,930
    1.76
  • Lakewood, Colorado
    94.28%
    67,857
    1.81
  • Spring Hill, Florida
    94.28%
    43,691
    1.77
  • Tyler, Texas
    94.30%
    37,504
    1.80
  • Irvine, California
    94.32%
    104,524
    1.79
  • San Leandro, California
    94.33%
    31,691
    1.86
  • St. Charles, Missouri
    94.33%
    29,838
    1.78
  • Palo Alto, California
    94.35%
    25,168
    1.70
  • Rancho Cordova, California
    94.37%
    24,907
    1.84
  • Anaheim, California
    94.42%
    105,301
    2.08
  • Flagstaff, Arizona
    94.42%
    25,609
    1.85
  • Peoria, Arizona
    94.42%
    66,318
    1.94
  • San Mateo, California
    94.42%
    39,564
    1.74
  • Orlando, Florida
    94.43%
    109,454
    1.58
  • Oceanside, California
    94.44%
    60,235
    1.99
  • Plantation, Florida
    94.45%
    36,203
    1.73
  • Modesto, California
    94.45%
    71,325
    1.91
  • Greeley, Colorado
    94.46%
    38,299
    2.04
  • The Woodlands, Texas
    94.46%
    41,819
    1.99
  • Vallejo, California
    94.47%
    42,200
    2.04
  • Boise City, Idaho
    94.51%
    95,359
    1.88
  • Napa, California
    94.53%
    28,819
    1.93
  • Edinburg, Texas
    94.53%
    30,224
    1.87
  • West Covina, California
    94.58%
    30,682
    2.23
  • Yuba City, California
    94.60%
    24,393
    1.95
  • Hawthorne, California
    94.60%
    27,489
    1.65
  • Victorville, California
    94.63%
    32,188
    2.08
  • Midland, Texas
    94.67%
    47,961
    1.94
  • Pasadena, Texas
    94.69%
    47,706
    1.90
  • Irving, Texas
    94.69%
    83,345
    1.72
  • Garden Grove, California
    94.69%
    47,378
    2.23
  • Lawrence, Kansas
    94.70%
    39,442
    1.83
  • Chula Vista, California
    94.70%
    82,916
    2.10
  • Whittier, California
    94.71%
    26,884
    2.08
  • Davie, Florida
    94.72%
    35,708
    1.84
  • Jacksonville, North Carolina
    94.74%
    21,986
    1.57
  • Boca Raton, Florida
    94.76%
    40,845
    1.65
  • Warner Robins, Georgia
    94.80%
    29,742
    1.70
  • Longview, Texas
    94.82%
    29,848
    1.84
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
    94.83%
    117,726
    1.84
  • Delray Beach, Florida
    94.85%
    28,548
    1.52
  • Longmont, Colorado
    94.86%
    39,984
    1.87
  • Laredo, Texas
    94.88%
    73,066
    1.92
  • Blaine, Minnesota
    94.89%
    23,243
    1.90
  • Parma, Ohio
    94.89%
    34,332
    1.71
  • Sparks, Nevada
    94.91%
    38,887
    1.97
  • Newton, Massachusetts
    94.91%
    30,643
    1.70
  • College Station, Texas
    94.93%
    40,281
    1.76
  • Camarillo, California
    94.94%
    27,274
    1.97
  • Salinas, California
    94.96%
    39,862
    2.06
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico
    94.96%
    35,112
    1.77
  • Fort Worth, Texas
    94.97%
    309,097
    1.84
  • Colorado Springs, Colorado
    94.99%
    188,837
    1.87
  • Visalia, California
    95.00%
    45,878
    2.03
  • Aurora, Illinois
    95.07%
    63,972
    1.93
  • Vacaville, California
    95.07%
    32,560
    2.11
  • Temecula, California
    95.10%
    35,638
    2.14
  • Fairfield, California
    95.11%
    37,310
    2.09
  • Sandy, Utah
    95.13%
    31,130
    2.20
  • Pittsburg, California
    95.13%
    21,273
    2.07
  • Clarksville, Tennessee
    95.16%
    58,985
    1.89
  • Hesperia, California
    95.17%
    27,185
    2.15
  • Spring Valley, Nevada
    95.17%
    82,969
    1.71
  • Upland, California
    95.17%
    26,201
    2.03
  • Town 'n' Country CDP, Florida
    95.17%
    33,230
    1.94
  • Tulare, California
    95.19%
    18,170
    2.03
  • Pasco, Washington
    95.19%
    22,747
    2.08
  • Compton, California
    95.19%
    21,757
    2.32
  • Baldwin Park, California
    95.20%
    19,350
    2.24
  • Norwalk, California
    95.20%
    26,257
    2.27
  • Mesquite, Texas
    95.20%
    49,549
    1.96
  • West Valley City, Utah
    95.21%
    36,842
    2.19
  • Mansfield, Texas
    95.27%
    22,943
    2.13
  • Norman, Oklahoma
    95.27%
    48,531
    1.89
  • Richardson, Texas
    95.29%
    43,322
    1.87
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia
    95.34%
    175,029
    1.94
  • Schaumburg, Illinois
    95.36%
    30,713
    1.64
  • Costa Mesa, California
    95.37%
    38,762
    1.94
  • Fort Collins, Colorado
    95.37%
    70,831
    1.91
  • Scottsdale, Arizona
    95.38%
    123,791
    1.71
  • Torrance, California
    95.38%
    55,483
    1.82
  • Conway, Arkansas
    95.44%
    26,319
    1.71
  • Billings, Montana
    95.45%
    48,990
    1.86
  • Sterling Heights, Michigan
    95.47%
    51,367
    1.87
  • Rochester Hills, Michigan
    95.48%
    28,261
    1.87
  • North Las Vegas, Nevada
    95.50%
    75,600
    1.95
  • Santa Ana, California
    95.50%
    79,704
    2.16
  • South Jordan, Utah
    95.57%
    20,542
    2.24
  • Olathe, Kansas
    95.57%
    49,971
    2.03
  • Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
    95.58%
    27,090
    2.00
  • Westminster, Colorado
    95.60%
    43,890
    1.97
  • Suffolk, Virginia
    95.60%
    34,597
    2.06
  • Arlington, Texas
    95.61%
    138,639
    1.88
  • Tracy, California
    95.64%
    26,771
    2.37
  • Germantown, Maryland
    95.65%
    28,833
    1.80
  • Rialto, California
    95.66%
    24,751
    2.29
  • Coral Springs, Florida
    95.69%
    41,240
    1.91
  • Concord, North Carolina
    95.69%
    30,660
    1.90
  • Palmdale, California
    95.69%
    41,538
    2.22
  • Rogers, Arkansas
    95.69%
    24,297
    1.91
  • South San Francisco, California
    95.70%
    22,355
    2.00
  • Georgetown, Texas
    95.74%
    29,882
    1.64
  • O'Fallon, Missouri
    95.77%
    32,274
    1.99
  • Mission, Texas
    95.80%
    24,709
    1.92
  • Denton, Texas
    95.86%
    46,151
    1.84
  • Toms River, New Jersey
    95.89%
    34,678
    1.85
  • Loveland, Colorado
    95.93%
    33,393
    1.90
  • Chandler, Arizona
    95.94%
    94,035
    1.85
  • Plano, Texas
    95.94%
    107,721
    1.88
  • Redlands, California
    95.94%
    26,115
    1.96
  • McKinney, Texas
    96.00%
    68,458
    1.88
  • Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    96.04%
    52,530
    1.87
  • Manteca, California
    96.05%
    26,047
    2.32
  • Marysville, Washington
    96.08%
    24,496
    2.15
  • Nampa, Idaho
    96.08%
    34,798
    2.05
  • Roseville, California
    96.09%
    53,093
    1.92
  • San Ramon, California
    96.11%
    25,697
    2.05
  • Thousand Oaks, California
    96.13%
    44,618
    2.01
  • Rocklin, California
    96.14%
    23,612
    2.02
  • Sugar Land, Texas
    96.15%
    40,077
    2.14
  • Concord, California
    96.15%
    45,071
    1.99
  • Henderson, Nevada
    96.17%
    121,285
    1.85
  • New Braunfels, Texas
    96.18%
    33,398
    1.98
  • Wesley Chapel, Florida
    96.18%
    20,585
    1.87
  • Casas Adobes, Arizona
    96.20%
    29,337
    1.88
  • Naperville, Illinois
    96.21%
    52,238
    1.95
  • Gaithersburg, Maryland
    96.21%
    25,589
    1.67
  • San Angelo, Texas
    96.22%
    36,990
    1.83
  • Castle Rock, Colorado
    96.26%
    23,803
    2.15
  • Edmond, Oklahoma
    96.31%
    36,056
    1.94
  • Fremont, California
    96.33%
    77,848
    2.05
  • Santa Clarita, California
    96.39%
    69,975
    2.16
  • Livonia, Michigan
    96.40%
    37,899
    1.95
  • Brandon, Florida
    96.42%
    43,037
    1.69
  • Menifee, California
    96.45%
    29,356
    2.14
  • Madera, California
    96.46%
    16,625
    2.12
  • Cary, North Carolina
    96.48%
    64,728
    1.87
  • Lake Elsinore, California
    96.50%
    18,642
    2.21
  • Turlock, California
    96.50%
    25,718
    1.95
  • Laguna Niguel, California
    96.55%
    24,719
    2.04
  • Alpharetta, Georgia
    96.55%
    25,391
    1.99
  • South Fulton, Georgia
    96.56%
    32,457
    1.98
  • Eagan, Minnesota
    96.59%
    24,515
    1.85
  • Simi Valley, California
    96.59%
    42,117
    2.15
  • Chino, California
    96.59%
    26,079
    2.30
  • Mission Viejo, California
    96.61%
    34,017
    2.13
  • Palm Bay, Florida
    96.62%
    38,504
    1.80
  • Troy, Michigan
    96.64%
    31,410
    1.97
  • Milpitas, California
    96.65%
    26,052
    2.14
  • Lakewood, California
    96.67%
    25,198
    2.22
  • Provo, Utah
    96.68%
    34,454
    2.10
  • Fullerton, California
    96.68%
    44,365
    2.05
  • Woodbury, Minnesota
    96.68%
    26,254
    1.90
  • Avondale, Arizona
    96.70%
    25,339
    2.08
  • Riverview, Florida
    96.72%
    35,959
    1.80
  • Lake Forest, California
    96.73%
    28,460
    2.13
  • Elk Grove, California
    96.73%
    57,048
    2.15
  • Downey, California
    96.74%
    32,073
    2.14
  • Johns Creek, Georgia
    96.76%
    28,638
    2.01
  • Roswell, Georgia
    96.76%
    35,944
    1.94
  • Ontario, California
    96.78%
    49,894
    2.25
  • San Clemente, California
    96.79%
    23,182
    2.07
  • Franklin, Tennessee
    96.79%
    32,690
    1.92
  • Pflugerville, Texas
    96.82%
    21,971
    2.03
  • Garland, Texas
    96.82%
    72,410
    2.10
  • Conroe, Texas
    96.88%
    31,236
    1.85
  • Folsom, California
    96.90%
    27,286
    2.00
  • Arvada, Colorado
    96.92%
    48,353
    2.10
  • Palatine, Illinois
    96.94%
    25,880
    1.80
  • Eau Claire, Wisconsin
    96.95%
    27,233
    1.77
  • Jurupa Valley, California
    96.96%
    24,548
    2.35
  • Lewisville, Texas
    96.96%
    41,101
    1.77
  • Frisco, Texas
    96.97%
    67,851
    1.90
  • Deltona, Florida
    96.98%
    31,783
    1.98
  • Citrus Heights, California
    96.99%
    36,460
    1.83
  • Rancho Cucamonga, California
    97.00%
    59,497
    2.03
  • Carmel, Indiana
    97.05%
    38,677
    1.99
  • Orange, California
    97.07%
    43,492
    2.11
  • Thornton, Colorado
    97.07%
    46,900
    2.12
  • Carson, California
    97.08%
    25,573
    2.38
  • Murrieta, California
    97.09%
    33,792
    2.24
  • Lakeville, Minnesota
    97.09%
    22,225
    2.22
  • Indio, California
    97.09%
    31,760
    1.99
  • Layton, Utah
    97.12%
    25,307
    2.17
  • Moreno Valley, California
    97.13%
    52,220
    2.27
  • Carrollton, Texas
    97.18%
    48,963
    1.99
  • Fountainebleau, Florida
    97.22%
    22,887
    1.84
  • Shawnee, Kansas
    97.23%
    24,678
    1.96
  • Broomfield, Colorado
    97.23%
    28,062
    1.99
  • Waldorf, Maryland
    97.24%
    29,863
    1.93
  • Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
    97.28%
    36,111
    1.91
  • Bolingbrook, Illinois
    97.29%
    22,890
    2.00
  • Apple Valley, California
    97.32%
    23,774
    2.05
  • Vista, California
    97.34%
    31,075
    2.10
  • Plymouth, Minnesota
    97.35%
    30,392
    1.85
  • Tustin, California
    97.36%
    24,125
    2.11
  • Fishers, Indiana
    97.36%
    34,846
    1.98
  • Huntington Beach, California
    97.39%
    75,273
    1.99
  • Lee's Summit city, Missouri
    97.44%
    36,469
    2.14
  • Weston, Florida
    97.48%
    20,420
    2.14
  • West Jordan, Utah
    97.48%
    35,366
    2.29
  • Corona, California
    97.51%
    47,793
    2.19
  • North Richland Hills, Texas
    97.52%
    27,070
    1.79
  • St. George, Utah
    97.53%
    30,816
    1.99
  • Enterprise, Nevada
    97.62%
    65,759
    1.92
  • Fontana, California
    97.66%
    56,457
    2.39
  • Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
    97.68%
    41,730
    1.98
  • Grand Prairie, Texas
    97.70%
    62,030
    2.03
  • Miramar, Florida
    97.71%
    39,853
    2.13
  • Dale City, Virginia
    97.72%
    20,660
    2.29
  • West Des Moines, Iowa
    97.72%
    30,464
    1.78
  • Overland Park, Kansas
    97.73%
    79,436
    1.90
  • Highlands Ranch, Colorado
    97.77%
    37,081
    2.13
  • Orem, Utah
    97.77%
    29,380
    2.19
  • North Port, Florida
    97.80%
    26,005
    1.77
  • Carlsbad, California
    97.83%
    44,966
    2.02
  • Surprise, Arizona
    97.85%
    49,127
    1.92
  • The Hammocks, Florida
    97.86%
    19,617
    1.98
  • Jupiter, Florida
    97.96%
    26,959
    1.76
  • Centennial, Colorado
    97.97%
    40,151
    2.09
  • Meridian, Idaho
    97.97%
    40,194
    2.12
  • Allen, Texas
    98.05%
    34,548
    2.10
  • Round Rock, Texas
    98.06%
    42,580
    1.89
  • Palm Coast, Florida
    98.08%
    34,103
    1.86
  • Buena Park, California
    98.10%
    25,362
    2.31
  • Wellington, Florida
    98.13%
    22,506
    1.98
  • Hoover, Alabama
    98.23%
    32,461
    2.02
  • Missouri City, Texas
    98.28%
    25,225
    2.18
  • Gilbert, Arizona
    98.28%
    81,235
    2.13
  • Rio Rancho, New Mexico
    98.45%
    35,765
    2.23
  • Cape Coral, Florida
    98.49%
    67,176
    1.90
  • Redondo Beach, California
    98.52%
    26,360
    1.84
  • Rowlett, Texas
    98.58%
    21,953
    2.36
  • Livermore, California
    98.69%
    30,545
    2.21
  • Pearland, Texas
    98.69%
    47,106
    2.12
  • Buckeye, Arizona
    98.70%
    21,691
    2.23
  • Chino Hills, California
    98.75%
    26,856
    2.34
  • Goodyear, Arizona
    98.79%
    26,158
    2.06
  • San Tan Valley, Arizona
    98.84%
    30,387
    2.03
  • Newport Beach, California
    98.89%
    37,035
    1.93
  • Port St. Lucie, Florida
    98.93%
    68,484
    1.81
  • League City, Texas
    98.95%
    38,910
    2.10
  • Ankeny, Iowa
    99.00%
    26,150
    1.94
  • South Hill, Washington
    99.00%
    21,371
    2.19
  • Yorba Linda, California
    99.05%
    22,676
    2.43
  • Maple Grove, Minnesota
    99.06%
    28,583
    1.96
  • Noblesville, Indiana
    99.07%
    22,515
    2.07
  • Leander, Texas
    99.14%
    20,548
    2.09
  • Atascocita, Texas
    99.16%
    25,490
    2.21
  • Centreville, Virginia
    99.21%
    23,288
    2.08
  • Flower Mound, Texas
    99.25%
    27,199
    2.17
  • Doral, Florida
    99.34%
    19,722
    1.80
  • Lehi, Utah
    99.41%
    18,411
    2.24
  • Sammamish, Washington
    99.43%
    21,456
    2.15
  • Cedar Park, Texas
    99.45%
    24,034
    1.97

Metros With the Most & Least Cars

Metropolitan areas typically have a high population density and car ownership tends to be high in these locations. For this analysis, MoneyGeek ranked metros with at least 200,000 households.

The study showed that the average number of cars per household ranges from 1.2 in New York to 2.2 in Ogden, Utah.

Generally, western metropolitan areas had more cars per household than those in the eastern U.S. The availability and types of public transportation on the East Coast, including subways and commuter rails, may have contributed to a lower car ownership rate.

10 Metros with the Highest Vehicle Ownership

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  • Metropolitan Area
    Avg Cars per Household
    % With No Access
  • Ogden-Clearfield, UT
    2.19
    3.3%
  • Boise City, ID
    2.11
    4.0%
  • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
    2.10
    4.3%
  • Stockton, CA
    2.10
    5.8%
  • Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA
    2.08
    4.8%
  • Salt Lake City, UT
    2.06
    5.1%
  • Colorado Springs, CO
    1.98
    3.9%
  • Winston-Salem, NC
    1.98
    6.4%
  • San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA
    1.97
    5.6%
  • Richmond, VA
    1.97
    6.3%
10 Metros with the Lowest Vehicle Ownership

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  • Metropolitan Area
    Avg Cars per Household
    % With No Access
  • New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
    1.23
    31.1%
  • Buffalo-Cheektowaga, NY
    1.57
    12.1%
  • Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH
    1.60
    13.2%
  • New Orleans-Metairie, LA
    1.61
    9.2%
  • Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI
    1.62
    12.5%
  • Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD
    1.62
    12.5%
  • Springfield, MA
    1.63
    11.0%
  • Syracuse, NY
    1.63
    10.6%
  • Pittsburgh, PA
    1.63
    11.1%
  • Cleveland-Elyria, OH
    1.63
    9.9%
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Expert Insights

Vehicle ownership increased in the country as a whole, but certain areas have seen a decrease. MoneyGeek spoke with industry leaders to help you better understand the reason behind the trends.

  1. What are the contributing factors that led to the increase in vehicle ownership/registration in the U.S. in 2019?
  2. Despite the increase in car ownership/registration in the country as a whole, there are states showing a decrease. What are the factors behind this?
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Nathan Paulus is the director of content marketing at MoneyGeek. Nathan has been creating content for nearly 10 years and is particularly engaged in personal finance, investing, and property management. He holds a B.A. in English from the University of St. Thomas Houston.


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