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Demographic Data Report for Tennessee by County
Population: Sex - Male
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Rank within US
(of 3141 counties)
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United States 49.2 158,984,190 N/A
Tennessee 48.8 3,243,678 13 of 52
Lake County 61.7 4,642 3,119
Bledsoe County 58.3 8,517 3,090
Morgan County 55.8 12,050 3,055
Trousdale County 55.4 5,302 3,043
Wayne County 55.2 9,186 3,035
Hardeman County 55.1 14,088 3,033
Johnson County 54.4 9,682 2,994
Hickman County 52.3 12,910 2,820
Lauderdale County 51.4 13,505 2,640
Pickett County 50.6 2,575 2,360
Van Buren County 50.5 2,882 2,319
Perry County 50.3 3,978 2,166
Jackson County 50.2 5,826 2,069
Unicoi County 50.0 8,895 1,961
Hancock County 50.0 3,293 1,943
Montgomery County 50.0 98,123 1,903
Polk County 49.9 8,369 1,807
Stewart County 49.9 6,631 1,795
Grainger County 49.8 11,465 1,760
Sequatchie County 49.8 7,331 1,714
DeKalb County 49.7 9,750 1,688
Houston County 49.7 4,066 1,676
Smith County 49.7 9,675 1,667
Warren County 49.7 20,091 1,608
Meigs County 49.6 5,937 1,583
Cheatham County 49.6 19,817 1,581
Decatur County 49.5 5,788 1,487
Union County 49.5 9,556 1,471
Monroe County 49.5 22,701 1,420
Robertson County 49.4 34,287 1,373
Scott County 49.4 10,855 1,371
Fentress County 49.4 8,893 1,346
Cannon County 49.4 6,899 1,283
Rhea County 49.4 16,106 1,282
Overton County 49.3 10,857 1,255
Putnam County 49.3 37,707 1,241
Rutherford County 49.3 151,446 1,223
Lincoln County 49.3 16,620 1,210
Grundy County 49.3 6,571 1,196
Bedford County 49.2 23,409 1,117
Tipton County 49.2 30,240 1,109
Humphreys County 49.2 9,013 1,096
Marshall County 49.2 15,877 1,093
Weakley County 49.2 16,541 1,081
Franklin County 49.2 20,414 1,066
Fayette County 49.2 19,510 1,038
Macon County 49.2 11,544 1,034
Lawrence County 49.1 21,088 996
Sevier County 49.1 47,281 989
Clay County 49.1 3,771 946
Moore County 49.1 3,101 931
Wilson County 49.0 65,056 915
Cumberland County 49.0 28,746 900
Roane County 49.0 25,931 895
Jefferson County 49.0 26,099 887
Carter County 49.0 27,618 863
McNairy County 49.0 12,685 858
Dickson County 49.0 25,458 856
Benton County 49.0 7,887 842
Williamson County 48.9 107,021 838
Sumner County 48.9 87,811 820
Hardin County 48.9 12,606 808
Hawkins County 48.9 27,582 797
Loudon County 48.9 25,234 790
Carroll County 48.9 13,692 763
Greene County 48.9 33,550 754
Hamblen County 48.9 31,141 751
Coffee County 48.9 26,640 748
Giles County 48.8 14,246 735
White County 48.8 12,982 734
Anderson County 48.7 36,904 632
Bradley County 48.7 50,905 619
Washington County 48.7 61,851 610
Marion County 48.7 13,832 607
Campbell County 48.6 19,306 588
Knox County 48.6 221,667 552
Claiborne County 48.6 15,361 551
Sullivan County 48.5 76,050 501
Blount County 48.5 62,290 484
Cocke County 48.4 17,105 427
McMinn County 48.4 25,537 415
Dyer County 48.3 18,157 374
Henderson County 48.3 13,446 349
Davidson County 48.2 329,948 331
Hamilton County 48.2 172,447 327
Henry County 48.2 15,554 308
Gibson County 48.2 23,688 298
Maury County 48.0 43,111 257
Obion County 48.0 14,647 248
Lewis County 48.0 5,735 241
Chester County 47.9 8,207 219
Crockett County 47.6 6,907 163
Shelby County 47.6 445,994 159
Madison County 47.2 46,137 96
Haywood County 46.4 8,246 43
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/19/2021 2:43 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Population: Sex - Male, 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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