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Demographic Data Report for Idaho by County
Poverty: Persons below 150% of poverty
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
Sorted by Name
County
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Value (Percent)
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People (<150% Of Poverty)
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Rank within US
(of 3143 counties)
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Idaho 20.7 368,416 28 of 52
United States 20.7 66,751,967 N/A
Ada County 15.0 71,309 391
Adams County 23.7 1,017 1,648
Bannock County 23.7 19,920 1,641
Bear Lake County 22.3 1,399 1,427
Benewah County 25.6 2,402 1,932
Bingham County 24.2 11,369 1,710
Blaine County 15.8 3,753 468
Boise County 18.4 1,387 834
Bonner County 21.4 9,870 1,287
Bonneville County 19.6 23,644 1,006
Boundary County 23.0 2,739 1,558
Butte County 34.4 875 2,772
Camas County 23.4 244 1,602
Canyon County 22.2 49,876 1,421
Caribou County 14.7 1,017 354
Cassia County 24.1 5,819 1,694
Clark County 21.1 177 1,243
Clearwater County 22.7 1,795 1,507
Custer County 26.1 1,107 2,006
Elmore County 29.1 7,999 2,356
Franklin County 21.5 2,987 1,298
Fremont County 18.8 2,404 883
Gem County 17.1 3,118 642
Gooding County 23.2 3,549 1,578
Idaho County 26.0 4,146 1,994
Jefferson County 18.2 5,535 807
Jerome County 29.0 6,918 2,342
Kootenai County 18.9 31,388 899
Latah County 24.0 8,726 1,681
Lemhi County 22.0 1,719 1,374
Lewis County 30.5 1,095 2,485
Lincoln County 27.3 1,404 2,152
Madison County 36.2 18,357 2,890
Minidoka County 26.7 5,678 2,089
Nez Perce County 22.6 9,238 1,483
Oneida County 16.3 734 545
Owyhee County 26.6 3,103 2,066
Payette County 21.8 5,368 1,344
Power County 26.0 2,031 1,986
Shoshone County 30.7 3,966 2,503
Teton County 18.2 2,093 808
Twin Falls County 24.3 21,355 1,713
Valley County 22.2 2,523 1,417
Washington County 31.6 3,263 2,566
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 06/20/2024 6:11 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Poverty: Persons below 150% of poverty, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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