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Demographic Data Report for Indiana 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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County
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Value (Percent)
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Families (Below Poverty)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Indiana 9.3 154,642 29 of 52
United States 9.5 7,541,196 N/A
Hamilton County 3.2 2,824 72
Hendricks County 3.6 1,548 112
Union County 3.9 72 139
LaGrange County 4.1 389 170
Boone County 4.4 813 223
Warrick County 4.8 849 279
Hancock County 4.8 968 285
Johnson County 5.0 2,004 317
Wells County 5.2 403 366
Noble County 5.3 663 383
Dearborn County 5.7 777 466
Steuben County 5.7 538 469
Ohio County 5.8 104 494
Gibson County 6.0 564 545
White County 6.0 411 547
Jasper County 6.1 531 559
Dubois County 6.4 715 639
Tipton County 6.5 282 657
Spencer County 6.5 369 659
Franklin County 6.7 432 704
Posey County 6.7 486 713
Clark County 7.0 2,024 803
Putnam County 7.2 662 842
Morgan County 7.2 1,342 845
Pike County 7.2 235 846
Whitley County 7.2 690 849
Pulaski County 7.2 241 854
Clinton County 7.2 591 861
Porter County 7.3 3,197 869
Carroll County 7.3 395 882
Kosciusko County 7.3 1,602 892
Jennings County 7.4 544 900
Brown County 7.4 332 904
Shelby County 7.4 884 922
Montgomery County 7.5 779 951
Floyd County 7.6 1,468 973
Huntington County 7.6 753 980
Tippecanoe County 7.9 3,061 1,055
Harrison County 8.1 809 1,099
Jay County 8.1 433 1,106
Fountain County 8.1 381 1,112
Wabash County 8.2 696 1,134
Ripley County 8.2 615 1,139
DeKalb County 8.2 950 1,146
Newton County 8.3 320 1,166
Starke County 8.5 494 1,209
Daviess County 8.5 688 1,230
Warren County 8.6 216 1,247
Benton County 8.7 198 1,278
Elkhart County 8.9 4,432 1,307
Decatur County 8.9 615 1,311
Bartholomew County 9.1 1,881 1,388
Marshall County 9.2 1,103 1,421
Fulton County 9.3 467 1,447
Jefferson County 9.4 774 1,467
Rush County 9.4 445 1,478
Clay County 9.5 716 1,494
Allen County 9.6 8,959 1,515
Blackford County 9.6 333 1,519
Sullivan County 9.7 514 1,541
Martin County 9.8 247 1,587
Washington County 10.1 783 1,660
Monroe County 10.2 2,985 1,679
Cass County 10.2 968 1,680
Owen County 10.4 603 1,712
Knox County 10.5 1,003 1,740
Perry County 10.5 521 1,747
Lawrence County 10.6 1,337 1,762
Miami County 10.6 974 1,782
Randolph County 10.9 711 1,861
Parke County 11.0 482 1,871
Vermillion County 11.1 493 1,886
Greene County 11.1 957 1,889
LaPorte County 11.1 3,123 1,910
Scott County 11.2 694 1,916
St. Joseph County 11.2 7,159 1,918
Henry County 11.6 1,429 2,004
Jackson County 11.9 1,399 2,084
Lake County 11.9 14,602 2,087
Orange County 12.0 640 2,109
Vanderburgh County 12.1 5,404 2,116
Wayne County 12.1 2,090 2,130
Howard County 12.3 2,758 2,163
Adams County 12.6 1,105 2,221
Vigo County 12.6 3,110 2,230
Madison County 12.8 4,263 2,268
Marion County 13.0 26,306 2,291
Grant County 13.5 2,279 2,370
Delaware County 13.6 3,682 2,386
Crawford County 14.4 367 2,493
Fayette County 16.5 1,064 2,710
Switzerland County 17.1 523 2,770
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 12/03/2021 12:01 pm.
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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