(CNSNews.com) - A large majority of American workers drove a car, truck or van—alone—to their place of work in 2021, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Nationwide, according to the bureau, 67.8 percent of workers 16 and older traveled to work in a car, truck or van that they drove in alone.
Among the states, Mississippi led the nation in the percentage of its workers—83.0 percent--who drove alone to work. Alabama was second (80.5 percent), Louisiana was third (79.3 percent), Arkansas was fourth (78.9 percent) and North Dakota was fifth (78.5 percent).
There was only one state in the nation where a majority did not drive to work alone. That was New York, where only 49.2 percent drove to work alone.
Massachusetts had the second-lowest percentage of people who drove to work alone (59.5 percent); New Jersey had the third lowest (59.9 percent); Washington had the fourth lowest (62.0 percent); and Maryland had the fifth lowest (62.2 percent).
STATES RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF WORKERS
WHO DRIVE ALONE TO WORK