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Demographic Data Report for Illinois by County
Crowding: Households with >1 person per room
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
Sorted by Name
County
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Value (Percent)
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Households (with >1 Person Per Room)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Illinois 2.5 119,342 21 of 52
United States 3.4 4,045,979 N/A
Adams County 1.6 429 1,918
Alexander County 1.4 30 2,154
Bond County 4.6 290 295
Boone County 2.8 511 848
Brown County 2.6 53 965
Bureau County 1.4 194 2,113
Calhoun County 0.7 12 2,865
Carroll County 0.6 36 2,967
Cass County 1.8 92 1,631
Champaign County 5.0 4,146 233
Christian County 0.9 126 2,732
Clark County 1.4 93 2,163
Clay County 3.5 202 503
Clinton County 1.6 233 1,867
Coles County 1.3 262 2,335
Cook County 3.3 65,409 587
Crawford County 2.0 150 1,494
Cumberland County 1.7 74 1,744
De Witt County 1.5 102 1,996
DeKalb County 1.6 625 1,848
Douglas County 2.9 221 771
DuPage County 2.2 7,470 1,277
Edgar County 1.0 75 2,634
Edwards County 1.2 33 2,434
Effingham County 1.8 252 1,642
Fayette County 1.8 140 1,651
Ford County 0.5 28 3,000
Franklin County 1.5 251 1,964
Fulton County 1.2 173 2,358
Gallatin County 1.3 29 2,314
Greene County 1.2 58 2,457
Grundy County 1.1 220 2,506
Hamilton County 0.7 25 2,855
Hancock County 1.2 92 2,356
Hardin County 1.0 13 2,681
Henderson County 1.3 40 2,218
Henry County 0.7 146 2,855
Iroquois County 1.0 117 2,632
Jackson County 1.2 294 2,376
Jasper County 1.7 63 1,776
Jefferson County 1.8 276 1,614
Jersey County 0.8 67 2,816
Jo Daviess County 1.7 170 1,761
Johnson County 1.4 59 2,183
Kane County 3.7 6,669 450
Kankakee County 1.6 650 1,853
Kendall County 2.0 829 1,423
Knox County 1.7 346 1,811
La Salle County 1.4 624 2,166
Lake County 2.3 5,635 1,183
Lawrence County 2.4 153 1,068
Lee County 1.0 136 2,641
Livingston County 1.3 189 2,247
Logan County 0.6 68 2,924
Macon County 0.9 383 2,757
Macoupin County 1.1 210 2,511
Madison County 1.4 1,486 2,170
Marion County 1.6 257 1,885
Marshall County 0.8 40 2,794
Mason County 1.0 60 2,621
Massac County 3.1 181 664
McDonough County 1.6 180 1,926
McHenry County 1.6 1,750 1,952
McLean County 0.8 513 2,831
Menard County 1.3 66 2,298
Mercer County 0.5 30 3,003
Monroe County 0.4 50 3,039
Montgomery County 1.2 135 2,459
Morgan County 0.8 116 2,772
Moultrie County 3.2 192 619
Ogle County 2.0 416 1,468
Peoria County 1.4 1,023 2,150
Perry County 1.3 109 2,271
Piatt County 0.4 24 3,045
Pike County 1.0 61 2,664
Pope County 1.5 26 1,980
Pulaski County 0.8 17 2,800
Putnam County 0.7 17 2,874
Randolph County 1.1 126 2,563
Richland County 1.2 76 2,452
Rock Island County 1.7 1,035 1,755
Saline County 2.0 197 1,474
Sangamon County 1.7 1,404 1,808
Schuyler County 0.8 23 2,788
Scott County 1.3 25 2,277
Shelby County 2.1 196 1,326
St. Clair County 1.2 1,262 2,404
Stark County 0.3 6 3,073
Stephenson County 0.9 180 2,725
Tazewell County 1.2 659 2,402
Union County 2.4 163 1,053
Vermilion County 1.6 498 1,899
Wabash County 0.9 44 2,729
Warren County 3.3 225 604
Washington County 1.9 114 1,551
Wayne County 2.0 138 1,493
White County 0.9 54 2,742
Whiteside County 1.3 311 2,215
Will County 1.7 3,957 1,738
Williamson County 0.8 214 2,813
Winnebago County 2.0 2,280 1,460
Woodford County 0.9 133 2,718
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 07/03/2022 1:52 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Crowding: Households with >1 person per room, 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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