With the Baltimore Ravens about the take on the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans, the U.S. Census Bureau released data on all three cities.

Here's a by-the-numbers, U.S. Census Bureau edition, look at all three cities:

---14: Where San Francisco, with an estimated population of 812,826, is ranked on the list of the nation's most populous cities.

---24: Where Baltimore is ranked on the list of most populous cities in the United States. The Maryland city has an estimated population of 619,493.

---51: Where New Orleans is ranked on the list of the nation's most populous cities. The estimated population of New Orleans is 360,740.

New York City is the most populated city with an estimated population of 8,244,910.

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---$719,800: Median home value of owner-occupied homes in San Francisco.

---$154,400: Median home value of owner-occupied homes in Baltimore.

---$185,400: Median home value of owner-occupied homes in New Orleans.

The national median was $173,600 in 2011.

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---$69,894: Median household income for San Francisco.

---$38,721: Median household income for Balti more.

---$35,041: Median household income for New Orleans.

The national median was $50,502 in 2011.

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---52.1: Percentage of San Francisco residents 25 and older who had a bachelor's degree or higher in 2011; 85.9 percent had at least graduated from high school.

---27.5: Percentage of Baltimore residents 25 and older who had a bachelor's degree or higher in 2011; 80.5 percent had at least graduated from high school.

---32.4: Percentage of New Orleans residents 25 and older who had a bachelor's degree or higher in 2011; 83.7 percent had at least graduated from high school.

The respective national figures were 28.5 percent and 85.9 percent in 2011.

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---29.6 minutes: Average amount of time it took San Francisco residents to get to work; 37.6 percent of workers drove to work alone, 7.3 percent carpooled and 31.6 percent took public transportation.

---29.6 minutes: Average amount of time it took Baltimore residents to get to work; 60.7 percent of the city's workers drove to work alone, 10.1 percent carpooled and 17.5 percent took public transportation.

---22.7 minutes: Average amount of time it took New Orleans residents to get to work; 69.5 percent of the city's workers drove to work alone, 9.7 percent carpooled and 7.8 percent took public transportation.

Nationally, it took an av erage of 25.5 minutes to get to work in 2011.

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---46.0: Percentage of San Francisco residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home.

---8.1: Percentage of Baltimore residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home.

---8.7: Percentage of New Orleans residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home.

The national average was 20.8 percent in 2011.

-- Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.

Sources: 2011 American Community Survey and the U.S. Census Bureau