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Demographic Data Report for Idaho by County
Mobility: Moved from outside US (in last 5 years)
Ages 1+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
Sorted by Value
County
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Value (Percent)
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People (Moved From Outside US)
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Rank within US
(of 3140 counties)
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United States 0.6 2,012,732 N/A
Idaho 0.5 8,100 24 of 52
Elmore County 2.8 723 3,124
Madison County 2.8 1,035 3,120
Teton County 1.5 153 3,064
Jerome County 1.3 280 3,027
Latah County 1.2 454 3,009
Minidoka County 0.9 174 2,905
Bonneville County 0.7 734 2,768
Caribou County 0.7 46 2,765
Fremont County 0.6 81 2,720
Bannock County 0.6 494 2,673
Power County 0.6 45 2,672
Lincoln County 0.6 31 2,665
Franklin County 0.5 64 2,526
Ada County 0.5 2,082 2,516
Cassia County 0.4 93 2,327
Boise County 0.4 26 2,266
Blaine County 0.4 77 2,233
Boundary County 0.3 38 2,180
Jefferson County 0.3 82 2,042
Shoshone County 0.3 37 2,017
Payette County 0.3 66 2,001
Canyon County 0.2 487 1,795
Twin Falls County 0.2 193 1,789
Bingham County 0.2 102 1,728
Gooding County 0.2 27 1,467
Kootenai County 0.2 259 1,450
Lemhi County 0.2 13 1,396
Custer County 0.2 7 1,384
Owyhee County 0.2 18 1,349
Nez Perce County 0.1 56 1,221
Bonner County 0.1 53 1,133
Idaho County 0.1 20 1,094
Gem County 0.1 18 991
Lewis County 0.1 4 978
Washington County 0.1 9 836
Benewah County 0.1 7 750
Butte County 0.1 2 746
Bear Lake County 0.1 4 676
Oneida County 0.0 2 536
Valley County 0.0 4 498
Adams County 0.0 0 1
Camas County 0.0 0 1
Clark County 0.0 0 1
Clearwater County 0.0 0 1
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 05/21/2019 2:34 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Mobility: Moved from outside US (in last 5 years), see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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