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Demographic Data Report for Tennessee by County
Population: Age 65 and over
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 (Age 65 And Over)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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United States 15.6 50,783,796 N/A
Tennessee 16.0 1,075,124 27 of 52
Shelby County 13.1 122,695 2,854
Davidson County 12.0 82,207 2,976
Knox County 15.4 71,194 2,448
Hamilton County 17.2 62,141 1,985
Sullivan County 21.5 33,753 733
Rutherford County 10.2 32,205 3,083
Williamson County 12.7 28,691 2,902
Sumner County 15.6 28,541 2,416
Blount County 20.0 25,971 1,107
Washington County 17.9 22,820 1,762
Wilson County 15.4 21,075 2,453
Sevier County 19.3 18,688 1,321
Montgomery County 9.1 18,263 3,114
Cumberland County 30.2 17,899 58
Bradley County 16.8 17,786 2,098
Madison County 16.4 16,005 2,230
Anderson County 19.7 14,987 1,183
Greene County 21.2 14,567 798
Maury County 15.5 14,285 2,428
Loudon County 25.8 13,522 225
Putnam County 16.6 12,831 2,169
Carter County 21.2 11,952 794
Roane County 22.2 11,793 601
Hawkins County 20.6 11,635 939
Hamblen County 17.9 11,467 1,753
Jefferson County 19.6 10,538 1,202
McMinn County 19.4 10,276 1,283
Robertson County 14.5 10,189 2,639
Monroe County 20.7 9,520 913
Coffee County 17.2 9,478 2,004
Gibson County 17.7 8,710 1,810
Tipton County 14.1 8,651 2,704
Fayette County 20.7 8,331 893
Dickson County 15.5 8,178 2,431
Campbell County 20.4 8,130 982
Franklin County 19.4 8,115 1,253
Lawrence County 17.6 7,652 1,826
Cocke County 20.9 7,413 872
Henry County 22.8 7,349 521
Bedford County 15.0 7,259 2,546
Warren County 17.2 6,991 2,000
Dyer County 17.2 6,431 1,997
Lincoln County 18.9 6,402 1,439
Claiborne County 19.4 6,152 1,279
Weakley County 18.0 6,037 1,701
Obion County 19.8 6,024 1,152
Rhea County 18.0 5,883 1,717
Cheatham County 14.6 5,865 2,621
Giles County 19.8 5,810 1,151
Hardin County 22.4 5,771 569
Marion County 19.5 5,579 1,228
Carroll County 19.9 5,555 1,129
White County 20.1 5,374 1,088
McNairy County 20.6 5,330 921
Marshall County 15.7 5,183 2,386
Henderson County 17.9 5,019 1,730
Grainger County 20.2 4,655 1,053
Hardeman County 17.9 4,552 1,746
Overton County 20.1 4,433 1,075
Hickman County 16.8 4,175 2,095
Unicoi County 23.2 4,128 464
Johnson County 22.4 3,972 577
Lauderdale County 15.3 3,971 2,487
Benton County 23.8 3,849 395
Fentress County 21.0 3,832 828
Morgan County 17.4 3,757 1,902
Macon County 15.7 3,732 2,397
Scott County 16.5 3,633 2,180
DeKalb County 18.1 3,594 1,675
Humphreys County 19.3 3,556 1,304
Union County 18.1 3,536 1,665
Polk County 20.5 3,449 955
Smith County 16.4 3,230 2,238
Haywood County 17.9 3,152 1,750
Wayne County 18.7 3,120 1,506
Sequatchie County 20.0 2,961 1,109
Chester County 16.9 2,906 2,068
Grundy County 20.5 2,740 945
Decatur County 23.4 2,739 438
Crockett County 18.6 2,682 1,524
Bledsoe County 17.9 2,656 1,740
Stewart County 19.6 2,632 1,214
Meigs County 21.7 2,630 685
Cannon County 18.4 2,602 1,600
Jackson County 22.0 2,565 644
Lewis County 20.5 2,471 940
Clay County 23.7 1,817 408
Houston County 20.9 1,708 857
Perry County 20.5 1,632 964
Trousdale County 13.9 1,425 2,726
Pickett County 26.9 1,365 169
Hancock County 20.5 1,352 948
Moore County 20.5 1,307 966
Van Buren County 22.5 1,296 564
Lake County 15.5 1,144 2,445
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 09/26/2022 3:05 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Population: Age 65 and over, 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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