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Demographic Data Report for Indiana 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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Value (Percent)
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People (Education: Less Than 9th Grade)
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Rank within US
(of 3140 counties)
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Indiana 3.9 169,321 22 of 52
United States 5.6 11,913,913 N/A
Hancock County 1.1 542 56
Hamilton County 1.1 2,177 57
Posey County 1.6 290 151
Benton County 1.7 97 160
Warrick County 1.7 707 165
Hendricks County 1.8 1,823 201
Wells County 2.0 366 265
Johnson County 2.1 2,029 310
Porter County 2.1 2,388 330
Brown County 2.1 233 332
Boone County 2.1 875 345
Monroe County 2.2 1,808 389
Huntington County 2.3 563 401
Knox County 2.4 593 463
Clay County 2.4 442 477
Harrison County 2.5 687 514
Morgan County 2.5 1,187 516
Vanderburgh County 2.5 3,084 520
Ohio County 2.6 112 543
Whitley County 2.6 603 574
DeKalb County 2.8 787 663
Union County 2.8 139 668
Delaware County 2.8 2,000 683
Dearborn County 2.8 965 698
Vermillion County 2.9 322 743
Madison County 2.9 2,630 755
Gibson County 3.0 678 779
Montgomery County 3.0 760 784
Tippecanoe County 3.0 3,028 809
Spencer County 3.0 437 817
Jasper County 3.0 672 824
Warren County 3.1 185 900
Vigo County 3.1 2,175 906
LaPorte County 3.2 2,436 915
Sullivan County 3.2 477 929
Bartholomew County 3.2 1,731 930
Steuben County 3.2 750 942
Pike County 3.2 285 951
Decatur County 3.3 584 1,000
Howard County 3.3 1,909 1,019
Putnam County 3.4 835 1,027
Floyd County 3.4 1,754 1,035
Lawrence County 3.4 1,098 1,061
Carroll County 3.4 476 1,063
Wabash County 3.5 764 1,085
Ripley County 3.5 680 1,097
Henry County 3.5 1,225 1,112
Shelby County 3.6 1,112 1,167
White County 3.6 610 1,168
Newton County 3.7 360 1,176
Grant County 3.7 1,637 1,178
St. Joseph County 3.7 6,388 1,188
Clark County 3.8 2,950 1,224
Jefferson County 3.8 843 1,257
Blackford County 3.8 334 1,262
Miami County 3.9 958 1,280
Tipton County 4.0 433 1,326
Allen County 4.0 9,390 1,343
Greene County 4.0 920 1,369
Jackson County 4.1 1,218 1,402
Wayne County 4.3 1,979 1,485
Randolph County 4.4 766 1,540
Jennings County 4.4 825 1,541
Fountain County 4.5 516 1,567
Lake County 4.5 14,525 1,568
Fulton County 4.5 630 1,579
Perry County 4.5 612 1,581
Martin County 4.5 321 1,582
Pulaski County 4.6 407 1,602
Franklin County 4.6 721 1,635
Parke County 4.7 571 1,687
Owen County 4.8 711 1,692
Crawford County 4.8 358 1,715
Marion County 4.9 29,626 1,729
Jay County 4.9 679 1,730
Dubois County 4.9 1,413 1,753
Orange County 5.0 670 1,785
Washington County 5.1 968 1,822
Rush County 5.1 596 1,837
Starke County 5.2 818 1,847
Switzerland County 5.4 380 1,908
Kosciusko County 5.5 2,823 1,938
Fayette County 5.8 953 2,064
Noble County 6.0 1,874 2,120
Clinton County 6.4 1,368 2,234
Cass County 6.6 1,717 2,298
Marshall County 6.7 2,064 2,314
Scott County 7.1 1,166 2,434
Adams County 8.5 1,772 2,664
Elkhart County 8.5 10,769 2,666
Daviess County 15.0 3,006 3,052
LaGrange County 28.1 6,176 3,135
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/22/2019 4:51 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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