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Demographic Data Report for Illinois by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Illinois 88.9 7,717,756 22 of 52
United States 87.7 191,498,014 N/A
Monroe County 96.0 22,917 3,098
McLean County 95.9 100,731 3,090
Champaign County 95.1 115,310 3,033
Woodford County 94.5 24,553 2,975
Piatt County 93.6 10,851 2,856
McDonough County 93.5 17,213 2,846
Menard County 93.4 8,180 2,820
Hancock County 93.2 12,147 2,777
Grundy County 93.1 31,235 2,762
Stephenson County 92.9 29,711 2,729
McHenry County 92.8 192,036 2,711
Marshall County 92.8 7,909 2,706
Scott County 92.6 3,297 2,658
Effingham County 92.6 21,559 2,655
Adams County 92.6 42,757 2,650
DuPage County 92.6 587,902 2,648
Tazewell County 92.6 86,478 2,642
DeKalb County 92.4 56,691 2,604
Sangamon County 92.4 126,245 2,601
Putnam County 92.3 3,902 2,592
Shelby County 92.2 14,385 2,562
Jackson County 92.2 32,555 2,549
Kendall County 92.1 71,987 2,538
Madison County 92.1 170,354 2,536
Washington County 92.1 9,343 2,533
Jo Daviess County 91.8 14,899 2,482
Jersey County 91.7 13,995 2,454
Morgan County 91.7 22,010 2,452
Bureau County 91.6 21,590 2,429
Edwards County 91.5 4,154 2,414
Carroll County 91.4 9,759 2,400
Mercer County 91.4 10,236 2,396
White County 91.3 9,129 2,383
Williamson County 91.2 43,347 2,344
De Witt County 91.1 10,385 2,307
Macoupin County 91.0 29,441 2,301
Clark County 90.9 9,990 2,264
Stark County 90.9 3,540 2,264
Will County 90.9 407,510 2,263
St. Clair County 90.8 161,743 2,234
Calhoun County 90.6 3,171 2,207
Lake County 90.6 413,870 2,183
Wabash County 90.5 7,376 2,174
Coles County 90.5 29,863 2,168
Peoria County 90.4 111,826 2,157
Whiteside County 90.3 35,486 2,121
Macon County 90.3 66,113 2,111
Henry County 90.2 31,234 2,087
Henderson County 90.1 4,619 2,059
Ford County 90.0 8,404 2,040
Clay County 89.9 8,410 2,022
Clinton County 89.9 23,988 2,017
Ogle County 89.9 32,018 2,008
Schuyler County 89.8 4,712 1,978
Bond County 89.7 10,607 1,969
Cumberland County 89.6 6,833 1,952
Livingston County 89.3 22,798 1,883
Jasper County 89.3 5,993 1,882
Edgar County 89.2 11,283 1,857
Iroquois County 89.2 17,760 1,842
Logan County 88.9 18,181 1,795
Rock Island County 88.9 88,830 1,785
Lee County 88.8 22,182 1,780
Christian County 88.8 21,130 1,776
Mason County 88.8 8,838 1,775
Marion County 88.8 23,421 1,770
Knox County 88.8 31,545 1,767
Pike County 88.7 9,761 1,745
La Salle County 88.7 68,651 1,743
Hamilton County 88.5 5,168 1,703
Wayne County 88.4 10,214 1,668
Vermilion County 88.1 46,957 1,605
Fulton County 88.1 22,532 1,598
Gallatin County 88.0 3,297 1,578
Greene County 87.9 8,260 1,563
Kankakee County 87.9 63,973 1,557
Richland County 87.8 9,747 1,550
Union County 87.7 10,850 1,534
Warren County 87.7 9,919 1,533
Franklin County 87.7 24,204 1,530
Winnebago County 87.7 170,466 1,523
Crawford County 86.9 11,994 1,395
Cook County 86.7 3,109,603 1,354
Montgomery County 86.6 18,180 1,344
Saline County 86.4 14,796 1,312
Massac County 86.2 8,824 1,275
Boone County 86.2 30,092 1,269
Pope County 86.0 2,942 1,248
Jefferson County 86.0 22,928 1,242
Pulaski County 85.7 3,416 1,197
Moultrie County 85.3 8,436 1,123
Lawrence County 84.7 9,911 1,026
Perry County 84.4 12,946 985
Brown County 84.3 4,208 970
Kane County 84.1 288,749 936
Cass County 84.0 7,238 929
Randolph County 83.4 19,794 856
Fayette County 83.0 12,735 808
Douglas County 82.3 10,814 734
Johnson County 82.2 7,590 727
Hardin County 81.1 2,417 596
Alexander County 80.9 3,677 574
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/20/2021 10:35 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
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Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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