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Demographic Data Report for North Carolina 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
Sorted by Name
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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North Carolina 2.3 91,567 22 of 52
United States 3.4 4,045,979 N/A
Alamance County 2.1 1,382 1,316
Alexander County 2.8 402 805
Alleghany County 2.6 127 963
Anson County 3.2 301 640
Ashe County 1.2 144 2,411
Avery County 2.1 138 1,349
Beaufort County 1.4 266 2,212
Bertie County 2.6 204 964
Bladen County 1.8 247 1,648
Brunswick County 1.8 1,031 1,620
Buncombe County 2.7 2,878 895
Burke County 3.5 1,231 517
Cabarrus County 3.9 2,832 413
Caldwell County 2.7 883 891
Camden County 1.1 45 2,483
Carteret County 1.1 338 2,492
Caswell County 1.6 150 1,843
Catawba County 2.9 1,779 796
Chatham County 1.6 450 1,956
Cherokee County 1.7 217 1,724
Chowan County 0.8 46 2,847
Clay County 0.4 19 3,035
Cleveland County 2.6 921 958
Columbus County 2.5 543 1,006
Craven County 2.4 1,000 1,069
Cumberland County 1.9 2,396 1,539
Currituck County 1.9 195 1,597
Dare County 3.0 467 718
Davidson County 2.1 1,421 1,327
Davie County 2.2 356 1,287
Duplin County 4.3 932 331
Durham County 2.8 3,570 809
Edgecombe County 3.5 746 513
Forsyth County 2.0 2,942 1,445
Franklin County 2.2 554 1,273
Gaston County 2.8 2,363 814
Gates County 2.1 96 1,390
Graham County 0.4 15 3,011
Granville County 1.3 272 2,300
Greene County 2.7 192 893
Guilford County 2.6 5,276 953
Halifax County 1.7 357 1,775
Harnett County 1.9 843 1,594
Haywood County 2.0 533 1,449
Henderson County 2.4 1,161 1,127
Hertford County 2.1 189 1,325
Hoke County 2.1 368 1,393
Hyde County 3.9 75 427
Iredell County 2.1 1,424 1,312
Jackson County 2.6 441 923
Johnston County 2.0 1,365 1,467
Jones County 2.2 89 1,256
Lee County 2.7 586 896
Lenoir County 2.1 481 1,380
Lincoln County 1.9 630 1,537
Macon County 1.8 294 1,608
Madison County 2.2 183 1,279
Martin County 0.8 76 2,801
McDowell County 3.0 550 701
Mecklenburg County 2.3 9,481 1,173
Mitchell County 0.9 59 2,707
Montgomery County 3.6 365 492
Moore County 1.5 578 2,070
Nash County 2.9 1,081 756
New Hanover County 1.1 1,049 2,536
Northampton County 0.7 59 2,888
Onslow County 1.7 1,084 1,799
Orange County 2.1 1,113 1,374
Pamlico County 1.7 94 1,728
Pasquotank County 0.6 83 2,964
Pender County 1.6 352 1,877
Perquimans County 1.4 83 2,140
Person County 2.3 363 1,189
Pitt County 2.4 1,683 1,076
Polk County 2.4 220 1,070
Randolph County 2.4 1,329 1,134
Richmond County 2.5 458 1,025
Robeson County 4.1 1,863 378
Rockingham County 2.1 799 1,323
Rowan County 2.5 1,315 1,027
Rutherford County 3.1 831 662
Sampson County 2.9 686 749
Scotland County 5.1 654 230
Stanly County 3.7 860 458
Stokes County 1.8 361 1,612
Surry County 2.6 754 953
Swain County 3.5 198 514
Transylvania County 2.3 335 1,177
Tyrrell County 2.2 35 1,261
Union County 2.5 1,919 1,008
Vance County 3.2 538 629
Wake County 2.0 8,168 1,417
Warren County 1.3 103 2,244
Washington County 1.1 53 2,561
Watauga County 1.7 363 1,741
Wayne County 2.3 1,095 1,203
Wilkes County 1.3 386 2,221
Wilson County 3.4 1,081 557
Yadkin County 3.2 493 626
Yancey County 1.7 131 1,720
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 01/20/2022 2:13 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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