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Demographic Data Report for Indiana 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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Indiana 1.6 42,376 47 of 52
United States 3.4 4,045,979 N/A
Adams County 4.0 504 382
Allen County 1.5 2,210 1,998
Bartholomew County 2.7 847 885
Benton County 1.6 54 1,934
Blackford County 1.9 99 1,554
Boone County 0.9 238 2,702
Brown County 2.9 177 790
Carroll County 1.7 134 1,810
Cass County 1.9 273 1,591
Clark County 1.1 489 2,518
Clay County 2.5 261 1,034
Clinton County 2.2 262 1,280
Crawford County 2.7 104 874
Daviess County 3.4 384 544
DeKalb County 0.9 157 2,701
Dearborn County 1.4 272 2,082
Decatur County 1.0 106 2,603
Delaware County 1.2 544 2,446
Dubois County 1.5 250 2,039
Elkhart County 2.4 1,753 1,057
Fayette County 1.6 151 1,930
Floyd County 0.6 167 2,960
Fountain County 1.4 96 2,174
Franklin County 2.1 182 1,363
Fulton County 0.9 73 2,700
Gibson County 2.2 296 1,244
Grant County 0.7 186 2,871
Greene County 3.8 490 431
Hamilton County 0.9 1,027 2,764
Hancock County 1.0 290 2,616
Harrison County 1.8 260 1,659
Hendricks County 1.1 678 2,478
Henry County 1.4 251 2,182
Howard County 0.9 311 2,738
Huntington County 1.0 142 2,670
Jackson County 1.7 286 1,757
Jasper County 1.4 170 2,207
Jay County 2.4 193 1,126
Jefferson County 1.8 230 1,636
Jennings County 1.7 182 1,794
Johnson County 1.2 696 2,379
Knox County 1.3 188 2,341
Kosciusko County 1.9 583 1,564
LaGrange County 3.8 465 444
LaPorte County 2.3 986 1,182
Lake County 2.1 3,886 1,378
Lawrence County 1.5 284 2,009
Madison County 1.1 576 2,498
Marion County 1.9 7,108 1,540
Marshall County 3.2 546 647
Martin County 1.1 46 2,533
Miami County 1.5 202 2,035
Monroe County 1.5 848 1,995
Montgomery County 1.2 186 2,408
Morgan County 1.7 455 1,717
Newton County 1.7 96 1,740
Noble County 2.2 403 1,251
Ohio County 0.8 20 2,823
Orange County 0.8 64 2,802
Owen County 2.9 256 759
Parke County 3.4 203 568
Perry County 1.0 79 2,584
Pike County 0.9 44 2,763
Porter County 1.3 866 2,223
Posey County 0.6 61 2,940
Pulaski County 1.4 72 2,144
Putnam County 2.5 333 1,045
Randolph County 1.2 122 2,429
Ripley County 3.7 405 459
Rush County 1.3 85 2,295
Scott County 1.4 124 2,168
Shelby County 2.0 353 1,466
Spencer County 1.1 93 2,482
St. Joseph County 1.8 1,812 1,687
Starke County 1.7 149 1,721
Steuben County 0.6 85 2,944
Sullivan County 2.4 187 1,055
Switzerland County 4.1 177 374
Tippecanoe County 1.4 987 2,138
Tipton County 1.5 96 2,015
Union County 1.7 48 1,770
Vanderburgh County 1.3 975 2,276
Vermillion County 2.5 167 1,016
Vigo County 1.9 816 1,510
Wabash County 1.1 143 2,512
Warren County 1.5 52 1,958
Warrick County 1.5 358 2,059
Washington County 1.4 156 2,096
Wayne County 1.3 344 2,273
Wells County 0.8 86 2,814
White County 1.0 97 2,648
Whitley County 0.9 128 2,704
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 01/18/2022 12:27 am.
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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