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Demographic Data Report for Georgia by County
Population: Sex - Female
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Georgia 51.3 5,341,751 42 of 52
United States 50.8 164,810,876 N/A
Appling County 49.5 9,122 834
Atkinson County 49.3 4,060 744
Bacon County 51.1 5,728 2,368
Baker County 51.1 1,602 2,382
Baldwin County 49.4 22,296 806
Banks County 49.8 9,308 1,029
Barrow County 51.0 40,251 2,212
Bartow County 50.6 53,094 1,839
Ben Hill County 52.2 8,894 2,933
Berrien County 51.0 9,768 2,256
Bibb County 53.1 81,285 3,068
Bleckley County 52.7 6,753 3,042
Brantley County 51.0 9,558 2,218
Brooks County 51.2 7,978 2,411
Bryan County 50.1 18,587 1,360
Bulloch County 51.0 38,804 2,231
Burke County 52.4 11,805 2,980
Butts County 46.7 11,244 228
Calhoun County 38.9 2,474 23
Camden County 48.3 25,736 446
Candler County 50.6 5,473 1,851
Carroll County 51.3 60,159 2,532
Catoosa County 52.0 34,700 2,892
Charlton County 42.8 5,585 62
Chatham County 51.9 149,617 2,841
Chattahoochee County 34.9 3,685 5
Chattooga County 48.2 11,954 416
Cherokee County 50.8 125,707 2,067
Clarke County 52.4 66,131 2,977
Clay County 51.6 1,524 2,725
Clayton County 53.2 150,782 3,077
Clinch County 49.4 3,306 823
Cobb County 51.6 387,679 2,699
Coffee County 48.5 20,866 473
Colquitt County 50.5 22,982 1,759
Columbia County 51.1 76,935 2,293
Cook County 52.1 8,953 2,909
Coweta County 51.3 73,516 2,522
Crawford County 47.4 5,841 295
Crisp County 51.8 11,755 2,783
Dade County 51.1 8,284 2,375
Dawson County 50.2 12,312 1,383
DeKalb County 52.7 395,045 3,040
Decatur County 51.9 13,859 2,868
Dodge County 47.4 9,871 294
Dooly County 45.9 6,303 171
Dougherty County 53.8 48,270 3,115
Douglas County 52.3 75,025 2,965
Early County 53.5 5,519 3,103
Echols County 52.6 2,093 3,008
Effingham County 50.5 30,523 1,691
Elbert County 52.0 9,961 2,877
Emanuel County 51.0 11,486 2,229
Evans County 50.5 5,397 1,730
Fannin County 51.5 13,076 2,627
Fayette County 51.5 57,857 2,647
Floyd County 51.6 50,260 2,707
Forsyth County 50.3 114,856 1,524
Franklin County 51.2 11,650 2,409
Fulton County 51.6 534,629 2,695
Gilmer County 50.1 15,236 1,306
Glascock County 51.2 1,535 2,466
Glynn County 52.9 44,713 3,059
Gordon County 50.5 28,889 1,735
Grady County 51.4 12,755 2,553
Greene County 50.8 8,814 2,081
Gwinnett County 51.2 468,053 2,387
Habersham County 52.6 23,492 3,025
Hall County 50.3 99,836 1,468
Hancock County 43.4 3,699 77
Haralson County 51.7 15,101 2,741
Harris County 49.7 16,962 1,013
Hart County 50.9 13,109 2,132
Heard County 50.6 5,940 1,848
Henry County 52.3 117,851 2,954
Houston County 51.5 79,071 2,639
Irwin County 47.4 4,416 291
Jackson County 50.5 34,249 1,666
Jasper County 51.6 7,186 2,723
Jeff Davis County 51.1 7,689 2,367
Jefferson County 51.8 8,096 2,831
Jenkins County 53.4 4,699 3,097
Johnson County 43.2 4,186 69
Jones County 52.0 14,851 2,873
Lamar County 51.2 9,561 2,449
Lanier County 51.6 5,352 2,673
Laurens County 52.7 24,974 3,033
Lee County 50.1 14,766 1,258
Liberty County 49.2 30,211 734
Lincoln County 53.2 4,181 3,078
Long County 49.4 9,235 799
Lowndes County 51.3 59,220 2,527
Lumpkin County 51.4 16,665 2,591
Macon County 45.4 6,043 135
Madison County 50.9 14,872 2,162
Marion County 52.2 4,401 2,925
McDuffie County 54.2 11,628 3,126
McIntosh County 49.7 7,046 1,000
Meriwether County 51.5 10,872 2,641
Miller County 51.5 2,981 2,642
Mitchell County 48.1 10,709 410
Monroe County 50.0 13,585 1,203
Montgomery County 48.8 4,416 535
Morgan County 51.0 9,442 2,268
Murray County 50.5 20,041 1,665
Muscogee County 51.2 100,200 2,430
Newton County 52.6 56,846 3,017
Oconee County 50.9 19,395 2,131
Oglethorpe County 49.4 7,372 790
Paulding County 51.2 81,872 2,460
Peach County 51.4 13,942 2,544
Pickens County 50.4 15,830 1,654
Pierce County 49.6 9,551 925
Pike County 51.1 9,363 2,332
Polk County 50.8 21,301 2,103
Pulaski County 53.6 6,017 3,107
Putnam County 51.5 11,181 2,664
Quitman County 52.5 1,202 2,991
Rabun County 50.6 8,426 1,855
Randolph County 51.6 3,595 2,669
Richmond County 51.6 104,241 2,724
Rockdale County 52.9 47,472 3,057
Schley County 50.7 2,647 1,950
Screven County 51.4 7,188 2,564
Seminole County 52.5 4,372 2,997
Spalding County 51.6 33,682 2,680
Stephens County 53.5 13,769 3,101
Stewart County 33.5 2,106 2
Sumter County 52.8 15,867 3,047
Talbot County 51.7 3,270 2,771
Taliaferro County 50.8 818 2,054
Tattnall County 41.2 10,458 45
Taylor County 52.4 4,253 2,976
Telfair County 42.4 6,797 59
Terrell County 52.3 4,571 2,960
Thomas County 52.4 23,368 2,969
Tift County 51.5 20,867 2,614
Toombs County 53.7 14,496 3,109
Towns County 53.0 6,153 3,062
Treutlen County 48.6 3,300 484
Troup County 52.2 36,518 2,937
Turner County 52.1 4,142 2,913
Twiggs County 50.9 4,191 2,189
Union County 51.3 11,938 2,484
Upson County 52.4 13,754 2,981
Walker County 50.4 34,829 1,663
Walton County 51.5 47,063 2,610
Ware County 49.7 17,672 947
Warren County 53.4 2,828 3,096
Washington County 48.8 9,971 556
Wayne County 49.7 14,790 948
Webster County 51.3 1,338 2,486
Wheeler County 36.8 2,916 14
White County 51.2 15,091 2,413
Whitfield County 50.4 52,549 1,632
Wilcox County 40.1 3,538 31
Wilkes County 51.5 5,073 2,657
Wilkinson County 52.6 4,737 3,009
Worth County 51.8 10,623 2,830
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 11/27/2021 10:27 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Population: Sex - Female, see the dictionary.
Health Service Areas are a single county or cluster of contiguous counties which are relatively self-contained with respect to hospital care. For more detailed information, please see Health Service Area information page. Puerto Rico is being treated as a Health Service Area for this data presentation.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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