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Demographic Data Report for Iowa 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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Iowa 7.2 58,018 16 of 52
United States 9.5 7,541,196 N/A
Adair County 5.8 117 491
Adams County 7.1 73 812
Allamakee County 7.4 280 907
Appanoose County 11.4 362 1,961
Audubon County 8.6 137 1,245
Benton County 6.2 457 610
Black Hawk County 9.7 3,057 1,559
Boone County 3.8 275 129
Bremer County 3.8 257 134
Buchanan County 6.3 353 630
Buena Vista County 8.9 444 1,308
Butler County 7.6 323 979
Calhoun County 8.8 236 1,301
Carroll County 5.6 316 449
Cass County 11.2 378 1,928
Cedar County 3.7 177 119
Cerro Gordo County 7.4 847 918
Cherokee County 6.2 197 600
Chickasaw County 3.8 121 131
Clarke County 8.6 206 1,244
Clay County 8.5 384 1,229
Clayton County 6.4 297 643
Clinton County 8.4 1,027 1,170
Crawford County 13.3 596 2,350
Dallas County 2.9 692 54
Davis County 7.3 167 885
Decatur County 11.9 240 2,074
Delaware County 5.1 247 343
Des Moines County 11.7 1,210 2,019
Dickinson County 4.4 219 213
Dubuque County 6.8 1,697 747
Emmet County 8.2 199 1,141
Fayette County 6.8 361 730
Floyd County 10.2 427 1,663
Franklin County 10.1 299 1,656
Fremont County 6.8 132 729
Greene County 6.2 154 591
Grundy County 3.6 129 116
Guthrie County 5.2 162 380
Hamilton County 5.2 215 372
Hancock County 8.1 267 1,104
Hardin County 6.2 275 598
Harrison County 6.2 254 593
Henry County 8.0 425 1,080
Howard County 6.6 159 675
Humboldt County 9.0 236 1,363
Ida County 6.2 117 589
Iowa County 7.6 350 962
Jackson County 8.3 453 1,165
Jasper County 5.4 542 412
Jefferson County 6.8 276 732
Johnson County 7.0 2,273 797
Jones County 5.5 295 435
Keokuk County 6.1 170 562
Kossuth County 6.8 289 742
Lee County 10.7 1,003 1,799
Linn County 7.1 3,997 829
Louisa County 8.0 239 1,093
Lucas County 9.5 237 1,498
Lyon County 2.5 83 29
Madison County 3.3 157 87
Mahaska County 9.4 561 1,469
Marion County 5.1 451 346
Marshall County 8.3 830 1,167
Mills County 4.1 162 181
Mitchell County 3.6 101 110
Monona County 11.3 275 1,953
Monroe County 5.8 126 495
Montgomery County 10.6 306 1,765
Muscatine County 7.6 854 991
O'Brien County 6.5 236 654
Osceola County 8.6 141 1,259
Page County 7.3 279 878
Palo Alto County 3.9 90 142
Plymouth County 5.9 434 527
Pocahontas County 6.3 125 631
Polk County 7.1 8,308 817
Pottawattamie County 7.8 1,871 1,019
Poweshiek County 7.5 359 953
Ringgold County 4.4 58 221
Sac County 7.1 204 820
Scott County 8.0 3,366 1,085
Shelby County 6.7 212 706
Sioux County 4.0 358 150
Story County 5.0 965 329
Tama County 7.4 330 933
Taylor County 4.4 71 214
Union County 9.5 303 1,489
Van Buren County 7.8 151 1,046
Wapello County 12.7 1,199 2,253
Warren County 6.1 848 566
Washington County 8.1 502 1,122
Wayne County 12.1 207 2,131
Webster County 9.8 863 1,571
Winnebago County 6.1 165 554
Winneshiek County 4.6 247 254
Woodbury County 9.7 2,490 1,539
Worth County 6.1 125 561
Wright County 7.9 281 1,063
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 10/22/2021 3:51 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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