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Demographic Data Report for Kentucky 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
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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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United States 3.4 4,045,979 N/A
Kentucky 2.0 34,141 34 of 52
Woodford County 1.7 176 1,773
Wolfe County 1.4 42 2,075
Whitley County 2.0 254 1,440
Webster County 2.4 121 1,059
Wayne County 2.6 211 976
Washington County 1.5 67 2,057
Warren County 2.9 1,375 799
Union County 0.7 39 2,858
Trimble County 2.6 90 968
Trigg County 1.2 71 2,414
Todd County 3.7 170 467
Taylor County 0.4 43 3,016
Spencer County 2.5 171 1,000
Simpson County 1.0 69 2,649
Shelby County 3.1 510 682
Scott County 2.6 540 924
Russell County 2.7 184 903
Rowan County 1.3 112 2,267
Rockcastle County 2.5 165 1,005
Robertson County 3.3 28 611
Pulaski County 1.1 282 2,509
Powell County 3.3 159 578
Pike County 1.5 374 2,066
Perry County 2.1 232 1,395
Pendleton County 2.6 134 984
Owsley County 1.3 22 2,273
Owen County 3.2 127 633
Oldham County 1.5 319 1,993
Ohio County 1.3 116 2,299
Nicholas County 4.0 112 392
Nelson County 1.9 342 1,536
Muhlenberg County 0.3 36 3,059
Morgan County 2.5 124 987
Montgomery County 3.0 317 703
Monroe County 2.3 103 1,180
Metcalfe County 2.4 96 1,129
Mercer County 1.4 116 2,209
Menifee County 2.8 75 811
Meade County 2.6 279 939
McLean County 1.2 47 2,369
McCreary County 3.3 201 584
McCracken County 2.2 600 1,304
Mason County 1.7 112 1,815
Martin County 2.0 85 1,412
Marshall County 1.5 201 1,982
Marion County 2.8 211 800
Magoffin County 3.8 192 433
Madison County 1.4 471 2,117
Lyon County 2.0 65 1,501
Logan County 1.2 124 2,433
Livingston County 1.7 67 1,727
Lincoln County 3.4 334 535
Lewis County 0.5 28 2,976
Letcher County 3.7 360 454
Leslie County 4.5 185 302
Lee County 1.6 45 1,913
Lawrence County 2.1 121 1,366
Laurel County 2.4 539 1,103
Larue County 1.1 62 2,547
Knox County 1.4 167 2,151
Knott County 5.2 333 210
Kenton County 1.3 803 2,329
Johnson County 1.3 107 2,324
Jessamine County 2.0 377 1,447
Jefferson County 2.0 6,275 1,442
Jackson County 1.1 62 2,497
Hopkins County 1.1 204 2,534
Hickman County 0.5 9 2,991
Henry County 3.2 196 615
Henderson County 1.4 263 2,120
Hart County 2.2 159 1,296
Harrison County 2.7 194 901
Harlan County 2.7 305 858
Hardin County 2.2 914 1,263
Hancock County 0.6 21 2,921
Greenup County 1.0 134 2,683
Green County 1.1 47 2,560
Grayson County 2.2 215 1,253
Graves County 2.5 360 1,007
Grant County 2.5 232 995
Garrard County 2.4 163 1,065
Gallatin County 1.5 47 2,008
Fulton County 0.2 5 3,088
Franklin County 1.8 380 1,662
Floyd County 2.1 319 1,336
Fleming County 2.8 166 802
Fayette County 2.0 2,585 1,454
Estill County 2.5 139 1,001
Elliott County 1.0 26 2,595
Edmonson County 2.9 141 780
Daviess County 2.4 967 1,081
Cumberland County 1.7 44 1,801
Crittenden County 1.0 36 2,615
Clinton County 2.2 87 1,272
Clay County 3.6 272 497
Clark County 2.0 287 1,469
Christian County 2.1 546 1,338
Casey County 1.8 110 1,661
Carter County 1.3 129 2,220
Carroll County 4.7 193 274
Carlisle County 1.3 25 2,317
Campbell County 1.4 499 2,202
Calloway County 1.3 193 2,282
Caldwell County 1.4 70 2,209
Butler County 2.6 130 929
Bullitt County 2.0 606 1,417
Breckinridge County 2.1 161 1,343
Breathitt County 2.4 129 1,080
Bracken County 1.6 53 1,901
Boyle County 0.8 84 2,839
Boyd County 1.0 176 2,667
Bourbon County 1.4 117 2,080
Boone County 1.4 658 2,135
Bell County 2.5 262 1,037
Bath County 1.7 83 1,748
Barren County 2.7 457 882
Ballard County 1.2 37 2,409
Anderson County 0.7 58 2,896
Allen County 3.4 256 563
Adair County 3.1 215 673
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 10/03/2022 5:14 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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