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Super Bowl City Facts and Stats: Baltimore Ravens & San Francisco 49ers

Facts and stats on the cities tied to this year's Super Bowl XLVII.

This weekend marks the annual football game everyone waits all season for — Super Bowl XLVII. 

The Baltimore Ravens will take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at the Superdome. It'll be the 10th time the Super Bowl has taken place in New Orleans. We've got facts about each of the cities involved in this year's big game.

If you're looking for where to watch the Super Bowl in Vienna, the Vienna Inn, Outback Steakhouse and Tequila Grande are all having Super Bowl specials and events. Did we miss a special? Let us know in the comments.

THE SAN FRANCISCO - THE 49ERS

• San Francisco is ranked 14th on the list of the list of the country's largest cities in terms of population. The estimated population in July of 2011 was 812,826. 

• 52.1 percent of San Francisco residents 25 and older have a bachelor's degree or higher (as of 2011), and 85.9 percent are high school graduates. Nationally, 28.5 percent of residents age 25 or older hold a bachelor's or higher, and 85.9 percent are high school graduates. 

• The average commute to work time for San Francisco residents is 29.6 minutes, with 37.6 percent of workers driving alone. A little over 7 percent carpool and 31.6 percent take public transportation. 

• 46 percent of San Francisco residents age 5 and older speak a language other than English at home. 

• The median household income in San Francisco was $69,894 in 2011. The national average was $50,502. 

• The median value of owner-occupied homes in San Francisco was $719,800 in 2011. The national median was $173,600. 


BALTIMORE - THE RAVENS

• Baltimore ranks 24th in the list of the country's most populous cities. Baltimore was estimated to have a population of 619,493 in July 2011. 

• 27.5 percent of Baltimore residents age 25 and older have a bachelor's degree (as of 2011), and 80.5 percent are high school graduates. 

• The average commute time for Baltimore residents is 29.6 minutes. About 60 percent of workers drive alone, 10 percent carpool and 17.5 percent take public transportation. 

• 8.1 percent of Baltimore residents age 5 and older speak a language other than English at home. 

• The median household income for Baltimore in 2011 was $38,721. 

• The median home value of owner-occupied homes in Baltimore is $154,400. 


NEW ORLEANS - HOST CITY

• New Orleans ranks 51st on the list of the country's most populous cities. The estimated population of New Orleans in July 2011 was 360,740. 

• 32.4 percent of New Orleans residents age 25 and older held a bachelor's degree (as of 2011) and 83.7 are high school graduates. 

• The average commute for New Orleans workers is 22.7 minutes. About 69 percent of workers drive to work alone, 9.7 percent carpool and 7.8 percent take public transportation. 

• 8.7 percent of New Orleans residents age 5 and older speak a language other than English at home. 

• The median household income for New Orleans in 2011 was $35,041. 

• The median value of owner-occupied homes in New Orleans in 2011 was $185,400. 

* Information provided by the US Census Bureau. 

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