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Demographic Data Report for Illinois by County
Poverty: Families below poverty
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Families (Below Poverty)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Illinois 8.9 276,102 27 of 52
United States 9.5 7,541,196 N/A
Hardin County 6.5 60 653
Putnam County 4.2 69 194
Brown County 6.8 89 748
Schuyler County 6.2 104 588
Calhoun County 9.3 107 1,428
Henderson County 5.5 111 440
Pope County 11.7 113 2,023
Edwards County 6.8 122 728
Scott County 9.3 129 1,441
Piatt County 3.0 140 56
Hamilton County 6.2 146 583
Stark County 10.4 158 1,715
Washington County 4.2 172 195
Pulaski County 13.6 175 2,388
Moultrie County 4.8 188 280
Gallatin County 15.6 235 2,616
Johnson County 7.8 237 1,031
Menard County 6.7 250 708
Marshall County 8.4 263 1,197
Jasper County 10.9 264 1,846
Alexander County 19.9 270 2,950
Cumberland County 9.3 275 1,444
Wabash County 8.6 276 1,238
Monroe County 2.9 292 52
Bond County 7.7 315 999
Greene County 9.7 316 1,537
Mercer County 7.3 319 873
Richland County 8.2 334 1,135
Carroll County 8.5 343 1,228
Cass County 10.7 356 1,791
De Witt County 8.2 357 1,140
Jersey County 6.2 359 609
Ford County 10.2 362 1,681
Pike County 8.9 363 1,325
Logan County 5.6 379 454
Jo Daviess County 6.1 384 573
White County 10.1 404 1,646
Crawford County 8.5 422 1,217
Wayne County 9.7 441 1,563
Hancock County 9.0 443 1,344
Mason County 11.7 444 2,025
Clark County 9.7 469 1,561
Clay County 12.3 471 2,174
Warren County 10.5 479 1,749
Clinton County 5.0 480 332
Edgar County 9.7 499 1,553
Union County 11.2 512 1,932
Douglas County 10.5 532 1,751
Massac County 13.6 532 2,400
Shelby County 8.9 549 1,314
Lawrence County 13.7 562 2,406
Woodford County 5.5 573 426
Lee County 7.1 598 835
McDonough County 10.6 629 1,783
Randolph County 8.6 673 1,261
Fayette County 12.8 678 2,267
Effingham County 7.5 692 958
Iroquois County 9.1 696 1,385
Perry County 12.4 703 2,190
Christian County 8.5 727 1,211
Bureau County 8.3 769 1,158
Grundy County 5.7 803 475
Morgan County 9.9 831 1,601
Ogle County 6.4 898 633
Fulton County 10.2 904 1,686
Montgomery County 12.3 915 2,155
Kendall County 3.1 978 61
Henry County 7.6 1,018 963
Boone County 7.3 1,019 893
Livingston County 11.2 1,058 1,923
Whiteside County 7.3 1,097 891
Stephenson County 9.3 1,181 1,453
Saline County 17.9 1,189 2,833
Jefferson County 13.1 1,284 2,317
Macoupin County 10.0 1,286 1,628
Marion County 13.4 1,342 2,367
Knox County 12.1 1,422 2,112
Franklin County 15.3 1,507 2,588
Adams County 8.8 1,553 1,296
Coles County 13.0 1,556 2,292
Williamson County 9.4 1,594 1,471
Jackson County 14.3 1,756 2,485
Tazewell County 5.6 2,010 448
DeKalb County 10.0 2,310 1,617
Kankakee County 10.2 2,666 1,662
Vermilion County 14.1 2,747 2,464
La Salle County 9.7 2,850 1,557
McLean County 7.5 3,029 955
Macon County 12.6 3,285 2,227
Champaign County 9.1 3,849 1,388
Rock Island County 10.8 4,066 1,830
McHenry County 5.1 4,236 347
Peoria County 10.8 4,711 1,813
Sangamon County 10.1 5,090 1,658
Madison County 9.2 6,466 1,424
St. Clair County 10.7 6,954 1,790
Winnebago County 11.5 8,530 1,992
Will County 5.0 8,547 325
Kane County 7.0 9,234 793
Lake County 5.8 10,412 486
DuPage County 4.5 10,814 237
Cook County 10.7 126,696 1,796
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 11/28/2021 9:01 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Poverty: Families below poverty, 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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