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Demographic Data Report for Georgia by County
Education: At least bachelors degree
Population Ages 25+
All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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People (Education: At Least Bachelors Degree)
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(of 3143 counties)
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Georgia 33.0 2,335,225 25 of 52
United States 33.7 75,808,834 N/A
Appling County 9.7 1,199 3,090
Atkinson County 10.9 573 3,029
Bacon County 11.1 807 3,015
Baker County 18.2 389 2,004
Baldwin County 25.3 6,946 968
Banks County 16.5 2,070 2,290
Barrow County 20.9 11,296 1,531
Bartow County 19.8 14,253 1,689
Ben Hill County 10.9 1,267 3,026
Berrien County 13.0 1,635 2,827
Bibb County 25.5 26,173 942
Bleckley County 16.0 1,304 2,398
Brantley County 6.5 809 3,138
Brooks County 16.8 1,903 2,238
Bryan County 33.5 9,110 426
Bulloch County 28.3 12,635 721
Burke County 15.1 2,347 2,528
Butts County 12.2 2,145 2,915
Calhoun County 11.5 488 2,980
Camden County 21.8 7,580 1,386
Candler County 12.6 920 2,868
Carroll County 21.5 16,193 1,427
Catoosa County 22.1 10,398 1,350
Charlton County 12.1 1,094 2,930
Chatham County 35.5 71,210 343
Chattahoochee County 24.7 1,137 1,023
Chattooga County 10.9 1,861 3,032
Cherokee County 38.4 68,387 254
Clarke County 47.0 34,300 104
Clay County 18.1 387 2,027
Clayton County 20.2 37,141 1,631
Clinch County 11.0 502 3,022
Cobb County 49.0 253,049 83
Coffee County 14.0 3,988 2,708
Colquitt County 14.4 4,311 2,659
Columbia County 37.5 38,541 284
Cook County 16.6 1,843 2,268
Coweta County 33.7 33,025 418
Crawford County 11.3 976 2,995
Crisp County 13.7 1,888 2,747
Dade County 16.4 1,832 2,296
Dawson County 32.8 6,147 476
DeKalb County 46.1 239,583 114
Decatur County 14.6 2,809 2,633
Dodge County 15.6 2,258 2,461
Dooly County 13.6 1,160 2,761
Dougherty County 22.6 12,649 1,273
Douglas County 29.4 27,333 653
Early County 14.4 1,009 2,661
Echols County 10.2 260 3,072
Effingham County 24.1 10,011 1,092
Elbert County 12.6 1,731 2,882
Emanuel County 12.8 1,924 2,854
Evans County 15.8 1,115 2,428
Fannin County 23.5 4,598 1,173
Fayette County 46.2 37,244 113
Floyd County 20.9 13,735 1,517
Forsyth County 55.9 89,689 34
Franklin County 16.6 2,619 2,275
Fulton County 55.9 402,523 35
Gilmer County 22.0 5,041 1,371
Glascock County 11.6 227 2,973
Glynn County 30.4 18,078 588
Gordon County 16.1 6,225 2,364
Grady County 15.3 2,688 2,508
Greene County 31.9 4,375 521
Gwinnett County 38.5 233,692 249
Habersham County 23.3 7,207 1,192
Hall County 25.1 33,257 986
Hancock County 9.2 627 3,105
Haralson County 16.9 3,452 2,225
Harris County 32.4 7,787 495
Hart County 16.6 3,130 2,273
Heard County 10.5 820 3,056
Henry County 28.2 43,452 726
Houston County 31.2 33,011 552
Irwin County 17.1 1,144 2,193
Jackson County 25.0 12,516 994
Jasper County 16.1 1,622 2,360
Jeff Davis County 12.8 1,235 2,848
Jefferson County 11.1 1,194 3,011
Jenkins County 8.0 501 3,127
Johnson County 9.1 611 3,110
Jones County 17.7 3,449 2,092
Lamar County 18.2 2,211 2,001
Lanier County 17.3 1,152 2,160
Laurens County 16.7 5,501 2,263
Lee County 30.7 6,560 576
Liberty County 19.7 7,371 1,700
Lincoln County 13.3 757 2,791
Long County 14.7 1,537 2,621
Lowndes County 26.4 18,362 850
Lumpkin County 32.5 6,797 490
Macon County 10.1 894 3,077
Madison County 20.4 4,192 1,601
Marion County 14.3 780 2,670
McDuffie County 16.0 2,338 2,393
McIntosh County 18.1 1,612 2,029
Meriwether County 11.8 1,729 2,947
Miller County 19.8 816 1,690
Mitchell County 11.7 1,767 2,966
Monroe County 28.8 5,577 692
Montgomery County 17.8 1,024 2,084
Morgan County 27.2 3,775 799
Murray County 10.2 2,730 3,069
Muscogee County 27.6 36,851 769
Newton County 21.7 15,514 1,409
Oconee County 51.6 13,738 58
Oglethorpe County 21.3 2,213 1,469
Paulding County 25.9 28,122 903
Peach County 21.7 3,900 1,398
Pickens County 24.5 5,889 1,048
Pierce County 15.5 2,034 2,476
Pike County 20.4 2,607 1,600
Polk County 13.2 3,738 2,805
Pulaski County 12.5 930 2,884
Putnam County 25.9 4,106 897
Quitman County 9.1 159 3,111
Rabun County 26.1 3,320 878
Randolph County 12.4 530 2,897
Richmond County 22.6 30,569 1,279
Rockdale County 27.9 17,274 750
Schley County 15.3 464 2,502
Screven County 14.7 1,464 2,618
Seminole County 15.8 1,069 2,425
Spalding County 18.6 8,520 1,932
Stephens County 16.3 2,961 2,323
Stewart County 15.4 664 2,478
Sumter County 19.4 3,644 1,769
Talbot County 14.1 620 2,696
Taliaferro County 8.6 111 3,121
Tattnall County 14.5 2,338 2,651
Taylor County 15.5 868 2,473
Telfair County 7.1 645 3,133
Terrell County 10.7 657 3,044
Thomas County 25.4 7,930 959
Tift County 17.8 4,698 2,075
Toombs County 16.8 2,931 2,235
Towns County 31.5 2,922 542
Treutlen County 14.2 598 2,687
Troup County 19.7 9,047 1,698
Turner County 10.9 677 3,024
Twiggs County 11.2 683 3,006
Union County 24.9 4,756 998
Upson County 14.6 2,736 2,634
Walker County 19.5 9,311 1,751
Walton County 23.2 14,860 1,207
Ware County 14.3 3,510 2,669
Warren County 9.2 352 3,101
Washington County 16.2 2,290 2,340
Wayne County 13.5 2,762 2,767
Webster County 13.6 229 2,766
Wheeler County 9.1 399 3,108
White County 21.8 4,302 1,385
Whitfield County 17.6 11,716 2,116
Wilcox County 12.6 809 2,873
Wilkes County 12.1 843 2,926
Wilkinson County 10.0 624 3,078
Worth County 10.8 1,589 3,034
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 06/23/2024 2:28 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least bachelors degree, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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