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Demographic Data Report for Missouri by County
Poverty: Families below poverty
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Families (Below Poverty)
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Rank within US
(of 3143 counties)
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Missouri 8.5 131,137 29 of 52
United States 8.9 7,181,779 N/A
St. Charles County 3.0 3,300 77
Osage County 3.8 144 178
Howard County 3.9 87 188
Platte County 3.9 1,095 195
Andrew County 4.9 229 371
Cass County 5.0 1,484 402
Clay County 5.7 3,756 540
Johnson County 6.1 811 657
Perry County 6.2 301 664
Warren County 6.2 590 665
Jefferson County 6.2 3,760 666
Christian County 6.2 1,497 674
Franklin County 6.2 1,717 681
Putnam County 6.3 60 710
Gasconade County 6.4 250 751
Boone County 6.5 2,662 778
St. Louis County 6.6 17,162 822
Holt County 6.7 75 838
DeKalb County 6.8 154 861
Clark County 7.0 107 928
Moniteau County 7.1 270 946
Carroll County 7.2 169 972
Lafayette County 7.3 614 1,001
Schuyler County 7.4 58 1,041
Adair County 7.6 359 1,072
Daviess County 7.6 160 1,083
Ste. Genevieve County 7.6 391 1,095
Ray County 7.7 475 1,096
Cape Girardeau County 7.7 1,496 1,120
Lincoln County 7.9 1,266 1,169
Cole County 7.9 1,471 1,176
Saline County 8.0 382 1,204
Madison County 8.0 258 1,218
Vernon County 8.1 392 1,229
Chariton County 8.1 150 1,248
Clinton County 8.5 459 1,364
Greene County 8.7 6,509 1,408
Camden County 8.7 931 1,414
Livingston County 8.7 306 1,425
Montgomery County 8.8 271 1,445
Bollinger County 8.8 226 1,461
Monroe County 9.0 198 1,517
Gentry County 9.1 132 1,536
Lewis County 9.1 193 1,539
Harrison County 9.2 182 1,556
Nodaway County 9.2 418 1,570
Callaway County 9.2 999 1,573
Ralls County 9.3 257 1,578
Mercer County 9.3 67 1,591
Grundy County 9.4 202 1,607
Jackson County 9.4 15,964 1,617
Phelps County 9.7 1,083 1,683
Scotland County 9.8 109 1,714
Atchison County 9.9 143 1,741
Macon County 9.9 359 1,742
Newton County 10.0 1,544 1,750
Stone County 10.1 881 1,782
Cooper County 10.1 422 1,797
Bates County 10.2 410 1,820
Knox County 10.3 79 1,840
Webster County 10.3 1,041 1,850
Taney County 10.4 1,481 1,853
Polk County 10.6 834 1,909
Carter County 10.6 132 1,913
Pettis County 10.6 1,172 1,917
Audrain County 10.7 618 1,925
Henry County 10.7 626 1,936
Miller County 10.8 719 1,969
St. Clair County 11.0 270 2,007
Dent County 11.0 439 2,017
Hickory County 11.1 205 2,039
Caldwell County 11.2 251 2,059
Shelby County 11.3 168 2,075
Maries County 11.3 262 2,088
Buchanan County 11.5 2,301 2,105
Cedar County 11.5 412 2,123
Stoddard County 11.6 852 2,131
Pulaski County 11.6 1,220 2,143
Laclede County 11.7 1,172 2,156
Marion County 11.9 897 2,197
Dade County 11.9 240 2,198
Crawford County 11.9 701 2,200
Randolph County 12.1 702 2,243
Barry County 12.2 1,176 2,258
Wayne County 12.2 344 2,261
Sullivan County 12.2 147 2,262
St. Francois County 12.3 1,940 2,278
Benton County 12.4 623 2,300
Reynolds County 12.5 190 2,307
Jasper County 12.5 3,763 2,313
Lawrence County 12.5 1,250 2,327
Scott County 12.5 1,255 2,328
Texas County 12.8 806 2,386
Worth County 12.9 57 2,394
Pike County 13.7 589 2,508
Linn County 13.9 457 2,524
St. Louis City 13.9 8,706 2,530
Wright County 14.2 663 2,560
Washington County 14.3 858 2,576
Butler County 14.5 1,486 2,597
Ripley County 14.5 368 2,598
Douglas County 15.1 479 2,658
Ozark County 15.5 352 2,695
Barton County 15.5 474 2,697
New Madrid County 15.5 679 2,698
McDonald County 15.5 936 2,699
Morgan County 15.8 805 2,729
Dunklin County 16.1 1,165 2,759
Dallas County 16.7 780 2,805
Howell County 17.6 1,796 2,864
Iron County 18.9 469 2,928
Mississippi County 19.7 602 2,967
Shannon County 20.4 391 2,988
Oregon County 20.9 498 3,008
Pemiscot County 21.2 822 3,015
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 06/07/2023 8:45 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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