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Demographic Data Report for Illinois by County
Education: Less than 9th grade
Population Ages 25+
All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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People (Education: Less Than 9th Grade)
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Rank within US
(of 3140 counties)
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Illinois 5.3 454,757 39 of 52
United States 5.6 11,913,913 N/A
Piatt County 1.2 142 77
Putnam County 1.2 52 80
McDonough County 1.3 236 83
Monroe County 1.4 324 103
Champaign County 1.6 1,843 131
McLean County 1.6 1,632 132
Menard County 1.8 155 195
Woodford County 1.9 486 227
Mercer County 1.9 218 250
Tazewell County 2.1 1,938 301
Sangamon County 2.1 2,838 314
Marshall County 2.2 188 361
Madison County 2.3 4,143 396
Adams County 2.3 1,064 424
Jersey County 2.4 365 447
Jo Daviess County 2.4 392 471
DeKalb County 2.5 1,498 498
Peoria County 2.5 3,062 500
Hancock County 2.5 331 501
Bureau County 2.6 613 556
Shelby County 2.6 403 558
Scott County 2.6 94 559
Grundy County 2.6 858 564
Schuyler County 2.6 140 567
Stephenson County 2.7 884 629
Henderson County 2.7 141 645
Logan County 2.8 597 704
Brown County 2.9 142 707
St. Clair County 2.9 5,109 722
Lee County 2.9 720 733
McHenry County 2.9 5,998 763
Macon County 3.0 2,220 801
De Witt County 3.0 350 818
Kendall County 3.0 2,310 829
Knox County 3.1 1,104 845
Franklin County 3.1 857 876
Clark County 3.1 347 884
Morgan County 3.2 762 920
Williamson County 3.2 1,506 927
Henry County 3.2 1,106 940
Carroll County 3.2 349 944
Jackson County 3.3 1,150 981
Perry County 3.3 503 996
Calhoun County 3.3 118 1,006
Livingston County 3.4 877 1,030
Macoupin County 3.4 1,104 1,033
Christian County 3.4 824 1,062
La Salle County 3.5 2,694 1,074
Iroquois County 3.5 715 1,103
Edwards County 3.6 164 1,127
Crawford County 3.6 498 1,130
Effingham County 3.6 832 1,142
Coles County 3.6 1,172 1,144
Mason County 3.7 369 1,193
DuPage County 3.7 23,481 1,209
Ford County 3.8 367 1,249
Vermilion County 3.8 2,075 1,263
Bond County 3.8 460 1,265
Rock Island County 3.9 3,882 1,272
Washington County 3.9 397 1,279
Fulton County 3.9 1,009 1,296
Will County 4.1 17,933 1,378
Randolph County 4.1 983 1,390
White County 4.1 421 1,391
Greene County 4.1 389 1,405
Saline County 4.1 712 1,414
Ogle County 4.2 1,493 1,423
Jasper County 4.2 279 1,424
Edgar County 4.2 530 1,425
Pike County 4.2 468 1,433
Winnebago County 4.3 8,363 1,489
Stark County 4.3 180 1,497
Wabash County 4.3 347 1,502
Cumberland County 4.3 329 1,512
Whiteside County 4.4 1,736 1,525
Johnson County 4.4 413 1,548
Warren County 4.6 529 1,615
Montgomery County 4.6 971 1,631
Richland County 4.6 519 1,636
Cass County 4.7 416 1,671
Kankakee County 4.7 3,438 1,674
Pope County 4.7 154 1,678
Marion County 4.7 1,260 1,683
Gallatin County 4.7 181 1,685
Clay County 4.9 456 1,726
Hardin County 4.9 152 1,731
Clinton County 4.9 1,314 1,748
Jefferson County 5.0 1,341 1,782
Wayne County 5.1 593 1,835
Lake County 5.3 24,109 1,891
Massac County 5.3 564 1,897
Lawrence County 5.5 661 1,940
Boone County 5.7 1,987 2,037
Pulaski County 5.8 235 2,065
Hamilton County 5.8 339 2,085
Fayette County 6.3 963 2,216
Union County 6.9 866 2,379
Cook County 7.2 255,908 2,447
Alexander County 7.8 375 2,556
Kane County 9.0 30,318 2,739
Moultrie County 9.5 966 2,789
Douglas County 10.3 1,358 2,867
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/22/2019 4:44 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: Less than 9th grade, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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