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Demographic Data Report for Kansas 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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Kansas 3.8 71,161 19 of 52
United States 5.6 11,913,913 N/A
Pottawatomie County 0.9 135 31
Trego County 1.2 25 64
Riley County 1.2 461 79
Thomas County 1.3 64 82
Jewell County 1.3 30 89
Republic County 1.4 48 92
Woodson County 1.4 32 101
Clay County 1.4 80 104
Douglas County 1.6 1,022 130
Jackson County 1.7 150 162
Ottawa County 1.7 71 181
Butler County 1.8 756 192
Johnson County 1.8 6,829 203
Cheyenne County 1.8 34 210
Rooks County 1.9 68 231
Lane County 2.0 23 268
Mitchell County 2.0 86 282
Miami County 2.1 452 302
Wabaunsee County 2.1 99 308
Comanche County 2.1 28 318
Barber County 2.1 71 322
Phillips County 2.2 82 354
Pawnee County 2.2 112 375
Atchison County 2.2 229 381
Leavenworth County 2.2 1,189 388
Brown County 2.2 150 390
Sumner County 2.3 359 412
Franklin County 2.3 395 432
Logan County 2.4 45 443
Decatur County 2.4 52 465
Ness County 2.5 54 487
Lincoln County 2.5 55 525
Jefferson County 2.6 337 548
Doniphan County 2.6 136 578
Ellsworth County 2.7 123 587
Ellis County 2.7 472 618
Osborne County 2.7 73 624
Coffey County 2.8 167 681
Neosho County 2.9 314 736
Rush County 3.0 69 794
Clark County 3.0 45 826
Cloud County 3.0 189 833
Osage County 3.1 336 840
Geary County 3.1 599 841
Shawnee County 3.1 3,670 846
Allen County 3.1 269 847
Marshall County 3.1 221 903
Graham County 3.1 61 904
Hodgeman County 3.2 44 924
Montgomery County 3.2 727 937
Rawlins County 3.3 62 968
Smith County 3.3 90 972
Elk County 3.3 67 986
Saline County 3.3 1,206 987
Cowley County 3.4 787 1,029
Bourbon County 3.4 325 1,044
Wilson County 3.4 213 1,054
Gove County 3.4 67 1,070
Kiowa County 3.5 57 1,078
Greenwood County 3.5 161 1,113
Crawford County 3.6 840 1,136
Harper County 3.6 145 1,138
Sherman County 3.6 149 1,152
Kingman County 3.6 197 1,154
Scott County 3.6 120 1,156
Pratt County 3.6 229 1,159
Linn County 3.6 243 1,165
Anderson County 3.7 197 1,185
Dickinson County 3.8 509 1,246
Washington County 3.8 151 1,248
Harvey County 3.8 882 1,261
Sedgwick County 3.9 12,543 1,268
Russell County 3.9 193 1,275
Morris County 3.9 161 1,288
Marion County 3.9 327 1,289
Nemaha County 3.9 266 1,314
Chase County 4.0 76 1,340
Reno County 4.1 1,772 1,386
Rice County 4.1 262 1,395
Stafford County 4.4 130 1,526
Cherokee County 4.4 624 1,532
McPherson County 4.6 919 1,632
Labette County 4.9 687 1,727
Chautauqua County 4.9 124 1,741
Norton County 5.0 204 1,796
Sheridan County 5.1 94 1,804
Barton County 5.2 943 1,853
Lyon County 5.4 1,079 1,914
Wallace County 6.8 72 2,341
Morton County 6.9 134 2,368
Edwards County 7.8 163 2,563
Greeley County 8.0 70 2,596
Meade County 8.3 232 2,629
Wichita County 9.8 140 2,819
Wyandotte County 9.9 10,029 2,827
Stanton County 10.0 141 2,841
Stevens County 10.5 373 2,882
Kearny County 11.2 279 2,929
Hamilton County 11.4 179 2,937
Finney County 14.8 3,187 3,047
Gray County 15.4 580 3,063
Grant County 15.6 728 3,066
Ford County 17.0 3,450 3,082
Seward County 20.2 2,663 3,114
Haskell County 20.2 502 3,115
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 06/19/2019 7:39 pm.
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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