Of the total U.S. resident population in 2017, Maine has the highest percentage (44.7%) of individuals of all ages with cognitive disability living in the community, followed by Rhode Island (44.0%), and Idaho (42.2%). The District of Columbia had the lowest percentage (31.8%) of individuals with cognitive disability living in the community, followed by South Dakota (33.3%), and Nevada (33.5%). In 2017, there were 40,675,305 individuals living in the community with disabilities, 15,378,144 of which were individuals with a cognitive disability (37.8%). For this survey, “disability” is defined . . .