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Demographic Data Report for Georgia by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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(of 3146 counties)
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Georgia 87.1 6,002,781 14 of 52
United States 88.0 194,149,815 N/A
Appling County 74.9 9,207 135
Atkinson County 67.2 3,495 26
Bacon County 82.1 6,036 648
Baker County 80.6 1,813 493
Baldwin County 85.8 24,166 1,126
Banks County 75.9 9,833 168
Barrow County 84.5 43,888 941
Bartow County 83.6 58,744 823
Ben Hill County 83.5 9,323 815
Berrien County 79.0 10,426 332
Bibb County 86.0 85,932 1,156
Bleckley County 88.6 6,953 1,644
Brantley County 78.9 10,068 317
Brooks County 85.1 9,420 1,028
Bryan County 91.6 21,402 2,377
Bulloch County 87.3 37,173 1,392
Burke County 80.1 11,795 432
Butts County 80.6 13,688 492
Calhoun County 72.9 3,433 81
Camden County 91.3 30,712 2,313
Candler County 77.3 5,564 236
Carroll County 84.6 62,734 953
Catoosa County 87.5 40,204 1,415
Charlton County 74.1 6,780 106
Chatham County 89.9 174,706 1,947
Chattahoochee County 94.3 4,829 2,933
Chattooga County 73.8 12,630 97
Cherokee County 92.1 153,149 2,478
Clarke County 88.0 62,389 1,507
Clay County 80.0 1,758 427
Clayton County 84.8 149,134 980
Clinch County 69.2 3,065 43
Cobb County 92.1 463,946 2,473
Coffee County 75.7 21,365 159
Colquitt County 74.7 22,041 125
Columbia County 92.7 92,787 2,651
Cook County 79.1 8,944 343
Coweta County 89.2 85,424 1,775
Crawford County 83.1 7,238 762
Crisp County 82.8 12,538 727
Dade County 80.7 8,972 506
Dawson County 87.2 15,278 1,363
DeKalb County 89.3 455,295 1,809
Decatur County 82.5 14,643 702
Dodge County 85.6 12,729 1,093
Dooly County 77.7 7,705 255
Dougherty County 83.4 47,961 790
Douglas County 87.8 81,300 1,474
Early County 80.4 5,488 474
Echols County 74.2 2,069 108
Effingham County 88.3 34,825 1,581
Elbert County 78.4 10,488 288
Emanuel County 78.6 11,695 303
Evans County 76.2 5,491 177
Fannin County 86.6 16,949 1,262
Fayette County 95.3 72,713 3,058
Floyd County 82.4 53,433 694
Forsyth County 93.0 137,639 2,696
Franklin County 82.3 12,757 670
Fulton County 92.6 648,561 2,606
Gilmer County 81.7 18,222 604
Glascock County 78.2 1,597 281
Glynn County 88.1 52,093 1,535
Gordon County 77.9 29,722 263
Grady County 80.1 13,569 438
Greene County 85.3 10,970 1,051
Gwinnett County 87.7 511,093 1,443
Habersham County 79.6 24,111 381
Hall County 79.1 102,585 341
Hancock County 74.2 4,887 109
Haralson County 81.2 16,179 549
Harris County 92.2 22,042 2,505
Hart County 81.5 15,189 580
Heard County 79.7 6,447 388
Henry County 91.2 132,802 2,290
Houston County 91.6 91,984 2,361
Irwin County 81.5 5,081 577
Jackson County 84.1 38,547 878
Jasper County 82.8 7,982 724
Jeff Davis County 79.3 7,715 352
Jefferson County 76.4 8,134 186
Jenkins County 79.3 4,635 356
Johnson County 75.1 5,237 142
Jones County 89.1 17,503 1,763
Lamar County 87.0 10,571 1,338
Lanier County 80.0 5,478 421
Laurens County 85.9 27,263 1,140
Lee County 90.9 17,568 2,196
Liberty County 90.7 32,200 2,151
Lincoln County 82.1 4,735 661
Long County 87.7 10,268 1,441
Lowndes County 86.6 59,008 1,270
Lumpkin County 84.8 17,304 970
Macon County 73.6 7,011 93
Madison County 83.2 16,753 763
Marion County 77.8 4,710 259
McDuffie County 83.4 11,770 792
McIntosh County 85.2 9,417 1,032
Meriwether County 79.7 11,810 395
Miller County 82.6 3,394 707
Mitchell County 77.2 11,766 230
Monroe County 85.7 16,331 1,106
Montgomery County 81.7 4,933 605
Morgan County 87.7 11,238 1,444
Murray County 70.7 18,725 62
Muscogee County 88.0 111,944 1,525
Newton County 86.6 60,008 1,269
Oconee County 94.5 23,591 2,965
Oglethorpe County 79.7 8,363 398
Paulding County 89.4 92,402 1,821
Peach County 83.0 14,664 748
Pickens County 85.3 19,493 1,061
Pierce County 83.4 10,809 796
Pike County 88.2 11,001 1,547
Polk County 78.8 21,661 312
Pulaski County 81.1 6,768 535
Putnam County 87.6 13,740 1,434
Quitman County 64.7 1,135 15
Rabun County 84.8 10,762 973
Randolph County 74.5 3,492 121
Richmond County 84.1 111,079 889
Rockdale County 88.8 52,400 1,695
Schley County 87.6 2,971 1,434
Screven County 83.5 8,114 804
Seminole County 86.0 5,155 1,154
Spalding County 81.9 36,451 623
Stephens County 82.1 14,302 646
Stewart County 68.1 3,330 33
Sumter County 81.4 15,502 570
Talbot County 82.3 3,870 676
Taliaferro County 71.0 877 66
Tattnall County 75.8 13,558 165
Taylor County 78.5 4,442 297
Telfair County 70.3 8,479 59
Terrell County 77.5 4,645 246
Thomas County 84.9 25,789 983
Tift County 81.9 21,128 630
Toombs County 80.1 14,055 434
Towns County 89.9 7,629 1,951
Treutlen County 73.7 3,471 95
Troup County 83.4 38,131 798
Turner County 81.2 4,517 547
Twiggs County 74.2 4,581 111
Union County 89.0 16,159 1,748
Upson County 82.3 14,752 671
Walker County 82.0 39,797 636
Walton County 86.9 52,911 1,306
Ware County 81.4 19,923 566
Warren County 73.2 2,854 84
Washington County 81.3 11,600 555
Wayne County 83.4 16,698 793
Webster County 79.3 1,487 355
Wheeler County 80.8 4,385 519
White County 85.2 17,863 1,038
Whitfield County 69.5 46,652 47
Wilcox County 82.1 5,228 657
Wilkes County 83.7 5,798 829
Wilkinson County 84.4 5,274 917
Worth County 82.9 11,789 737
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 12/03/2021 10:55 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least high school, see the dictionary.
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Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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