As of September 2020, over five percent of Americans had a geo-credit score value of A, which corresponds to traditional credit score of at least 820. The lowest score values (up to 559), from O to T, accounted for just over ten percent of the population. This proprietary data from Infutor shows the credit-worthiness of consumers. They utilized 1,500 proprietary demographic, psychographic, attitudinal, econometric and summarized credit attributes to build the GeoCredit Score database. GeoCredit scores ranges from A (highest traditional score value) to T (lowest traditional score value).
Geo-credit score of Americans as of September 2020