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Demographic Data Report for Ohio by County
Poverty: Families below poverty
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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Families (Below Poverty)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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United States 9.5 7,541,196 N/A
Ohio 9.9 293,555 34 of 52
Delaware County 3.3 1,751 81
Warren County 3.4 2,091 91
Geauga County 3.5 899 102
Union County 4.1 623 175
Medina County 4.1 2,007 179
Mercer County 4.2 479 186
Wyandot County 4.6 285 260
Lake County 5.0 3,102 340
Miami County 5.5 1,468 438
Wood County 5.6 1,721 456
Madison County 5.8 601 484
Fulton County 6.0 701 533
Hancock County 6.2 1,239 596
Putnam County 6.2 608 603
Ottawa County 6.3 745 612
Henry County 6.3 485 627
Clermont County 6.4 3,472 636
Morrow County 6.5 619 668
Fairfield County 6.6 2,661 685
Auglaize County 6.7 882 720
Shelby County 6.8 886 746
Van Wert County 7.0 572 794
Darke County 7.1 1,012 810
Williams County 7.1 681 825
Licking County 7.2 3,255 860
Preble County 7.5 848 940
Wayne County 7.5 2,254 947
Holmes County 7.6 742 972
Paulding County 7.6 412 975
Greene County 7.7 3,287 1,005
Ashland County 7.8 1,045 1,022
Butler County 7.9 7,557 1,070
Belmont County 8.1 1,317 1,102
Defiance County 8.1 867 1,111
Logan County 8.2 1,044 1,144
Sandusky County 8.3 1,292 1,153
Knox County 8.4 1,345 1,184
Portage County 8.4 3,331 1,197
Champaign County 8.4 875 1,204
Erie County 8.6 1,726 1,262
Carroll County 8.8 670 1,286
Pickaway County 9.0 1,289 1,370
Noble County 9.1 289 1,381
Seneca County 9.2 1,294 1,405
Huron County 9.3 1,420 1,431
Tuscarawas County 9.4 2,280 1,456
Summit County 9.4 12,904 1,472
Hocking County 9.6 761 1,521
Richland County 9.7 3,004 1,551
Coshocton County 9.9 975 1,597
Allen County 9.9 2,601 1,604
Stark County 10.0 9,843 1,614
Lorain County 10.0 7,933 1,621
Crawford County 10.1 1,129 1,641
Columbiana County 10.1 2,772 1,659
Hardin County 10.2 804 1,687
Marion County 10.4 1,655 1,736
Washington County 10.8 1,778 1,835
Clark County 10.9 3,854 1,840
Hamilton County 11.0 21,689 1,873
Franklin County 11.2 33,646 1,926
Harrison County 11.3 476 1,946
Fayette County 11.5 927 1,984
Clinton County 11.6 1,289 2,003
Brown County 11.9 1,470 2,086
Jefferson County 11.9 2,048 2,088
Ross County 12.2 2,416 2,143
Muskingum County 12.4 2,745 2,198
Montgomery County 12.6 16,878 2,222
Monroe County 12.6 476 2,233
Trumbull County 12.7 6,816 2,250
Vinton County 12.8 444 2,275
Cuyahoga County 13.0 39,217 2,298
Pike County 13.4 990 2,357
Mahoning County 13.7 8,150 2,405
Lucas County 14.0 14,949 2,439
Highland County 14.1 1,584 2,455
Perry County 14.3 1,380 2,487
Meigs County 14.4 879 2,492
Gallia County 14.4 1,091 2,496
Ashtabula County 14.6 3,515 2,519
Guernsey County 14.8 1,536 2,538
Adams County 15.1 1,117 2,568
Lawrence County 15.1 2,306 2,575
Morgan County 15.6 632 2,622
Jackson County 15.7 1,449 2,630
Athens County 16.5 2,039 2,703
Scioto County 17.3 3,359 2,789
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 10/23/2021 11:15 am.
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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