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Demographic Data Report for Mississippi by County
Education: At least bachelors degree
Population Ages 25+
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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People (Education: At Least Bachelors Degree)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Mississippi 22.0 435,153 51 of 52
United States 32.1 70,920,162 N/A
Adams County 17.4 3,890 1,952
Alcorn County 17.1 4,371 2,027
Amite County 12.6 1,134 2,823
Attala County 13.9 1,710 2,610
Benton County 11.5 657 2,947
Bolivar County 23.6 4,867 1,018
Calhoun County 11.8 1,163 2,919
Carroll County 12.2 894 2,866
Chickasaw County 12.4 1,412 2,844
Choctaw County 19.1 1,104 1,658
Claiborne County 24.0 1,249 973
Clarke County 12.5 1,359 2,839
Clay County 20.4 2,735 1,456
Coahoma County 16.5 2,376 2,145
Copiah County 14.5 2,752 2,507
Covington County 14.7 1,836 2,463
DeSoto County 25.0 29,253 868
Forrest County 27.8 13,001 679
Franklin County 12.0 637 2,894
George County 13.8 2,145 2,640
Greene County 9.7 952 3,076
Grenada County 21.3 3,046 1,316
Hancock County 22.0 7,406 1,226
Harrison County 23.1 31,213 1,081
Hinds County 29.0 44,555 595
Holmes County 10.2 1,117 3,049
Humphreys County 12.8 691 2,785
Issaquena County 3.2 35 3,144
Itawamba County 13.2 2,068 2,736
Jackson County 21.1 20,479 1,348
Jasper County 15.1 1,712 2,403
Jefferson County 15.9 773 2,251
Jefferson Davis County 14.1 1,125 2,576
Jones County 20.8 9,334 1,403
Kemper County 14.7 991 2,479
Lafayette County 45.6 14,309 101
Lamar County 34.1 14,001 335
Lauderdale County 19.7 10,130 1,550
Lawrence County 17.6 1,503 1,936
Leake County 14.3 2,102 2,549
Lee County 24.4 13,774 932
Leflore County 18.5 3,290 1,769
Lincoln County 16.2 3,757 2,203
Lowndes County 23.4 9,215 1,034
Madison County 48.4 33,429 73
Marion County 12.3 2,091 2,857
Marshall County 13.8 3,374 2,637
Monroe County 16.7 4,144 2,092
Montgomery County 19.3 1,388 1,622
Neshoba County 11.6 2,155 2,937
Newton County 16.4 2,248 2,150
Noxubee County 15.6 1,085 2,311
Oktibbeha County 42.6 11,011 136
Panola County 14.9 3,362 2,440
Pearl River County 16.7 6,290 2,108
Perry County 10.7 878 3,015
Pike County 16.6 4,228 2,117
Pontotoc County 18.1 3,721 1,850
Prentiss County 12.4 2,095 2,849
Quitman County 10.3 498 3,037
Rankin County 29.0 30,489 591
Scott County 11.4 2,102 2,964
Sharkey County 19.5 571 1,582
Simpson County 16.2 2,957 2,183
Smith County 12.2 1,339 2,879
Stone County 15.8 1,906 2,288
Sunflower County 15.4 2,687 2,360
Tallahatchie County 10.3 1,009 3,043
Tate County 15.8 2,944 2,272
Tippah County 15.2 2,176 2,385
Tishomingo County 11.4 1,553 2,967
Tunica County 16.9 1,128 2,068
Union County 13.4 2,546 2,704
Walthall County 14.4 1,397 2,533
Warren County 22.4 7,050 1,168
Washington County 17.9 5,354 1,878
Wayne County 15.3 2,038 2,372
Webster County 18.5 1,227 1,764
Wilkinson County 13.7 853 2,659
Winston County 14.7 1,876 2,474
Yalobusha County 13.8 1,182 2,641
Yazoo County 13.4 2,649 2,695
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 06/27/2022 11:48 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least bachelors degree, 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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