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Demographic Data Report for Mississippi by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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(of 3146 counties)
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Mississippi 84.5 1,669,565 4 of 52
United States 88.0 194,149,815 N/A
Issaquena County 60.5 672 8
Tallahatchie County 69.5 6,839 48
Humphreys County 69.9 3,774 54
Noxubee County 70.9 4,924 65
Quitman County 71.3 3,449 69
Benton County 72.6 4,132 78
Scott County 74.0 13,655 103
Wilkinson County 74.8 4,661 127
Sunflower County 74.9 13,099 133
Chickasaw County 75.4 8,559 147
Greene County 76.2 7,465 180
Pontotoc County 76.5 15,755 190
Holmes County 76.8 8,428 206
Sharkey County 77.5 2,265 249
Calhoun County 77.5 7,650 250
Attala County 77.6 9,535 254
Bolivar County 77.8 16,050 260
Adams County 77.9 17,364 262
Montgomery County 77.9 5,596 265
Jefferson County 78.0 3,789 268
Union County 78.1 14,878 269
Leake County 78.6 11,568 304
Washington County 78.8 23,531 316
Yazoo County 78.9 15,567 324
Itawamba County 79.1 12,428 339
Smith County 79.2 8,709 350
Wayne County 79.3 10,589 354
Coahoma County 79.5 11,486 372
Simpson County 79.7 14,526 392
Tippah County 79.9 11,438 413
Prentiss County 80.1 13,564 434
Carroll County 80.2 5,852 446
Copiah County 80.2 15,185 454
Neshoba County 80.3 14,920 463
Claiborne County 80.3 4,184 471
Tishomingo County 80.4 10,969 473
Choctaw County 80.5 4,654 484
Panola County 80.6 18,228 490
Grenada County 80.8 11,543 517
Monroe County 81.0 20,050 528
Alcorn County 81.3 20,756 559
Marion County 81.5 13,829 582
Leflore County 81.6 14,531 592
Walthall County 81.7 7,926 598
Winston County 81.7 10,422 599
Clay County 81.7 10,952 602
Lawrence County 81.7 6,987 603
Amite County 81.9 7,390 624
Marshall County 82.1 20,075 645
Kemper County 82.1 5,545 662
Stone County 82.2 9,938 666
Jefferson Davis County 82.4 6,557 689
Clarke County 82.9 9,030 736
Perry County 83.0 6,788 742
Tate County 83.0 15,451 749
Pike County 83.2 21,165 767
Covington County 83.2 10,363 779
Yalobusha County 83.3 7,145 780
Tunica County 83.5 5,576 816
Lee County 83.6 47,207 826
Pearl River County 83.8 31,650 839
Jones County 84.1 37,778 882
Jasper County 84.2 9,558 892
George County 84.3 13,129 906
Lauderdale County 84.5 43,404 935
Franklin County 84.6 4,485 949
Webster County 84.9 5,628 989
Newton County 85.2 11,672 1,041
Lowndes County 86.0 33,818 1,162
Lincoln County 86.3 20,082 1,224
Warren County 87.1 27,376 1,350
Forrest County 87.4 40,910 1,398
Hancock County 87.5 29,438 1,413
Hinds County 87.5 134,406 1,429
Harrison County 88.3 119,488 1,574
Jackson County 88.7 86,149 1,685
Lamar County 89.4 36,724 1,840
Rankin County 89.5 93,883 1,841
Lafayette County 90.4 28,375 2,067
DeSoto County 90.4 105,668 2,072
Oktibbeha County 90.7 23,431 2,153
Madison County 91.7 63,350 2,395
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 01/29/2022 7:59 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
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Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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