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Demographic Data Report for Wisconsin by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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(of 3146 counties)
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United States 88.0 194,149,815 N/A
Wisconsin 92.2 3,647,489 43 of 52
Milwaukee County 88.3 556,030 1,575
Dane County 95.8 337,893 3,087
Waukesha County 96.2 271,502 3,110
Brown County 92.1 160,839 2,479
Racine County 90.5 120,777 2,080
Outagamie County 94.1 118,245 2,918
Winnebago County 92.9 106,643 2,678
Kenosha County 90.1 101,846 1,995
Rock County 90.8 100,043 2,171
Washington County 94.9 90,305 3,006
Marathon County 91.8 85,968 2,416
Sheboygan County 93.2 74,562 2,745
La Crosse County 95.0 71,681 3,023
Fond du Lac County 91.8 65,806 2,420
Walworth County 90.8 61,848 2,191
Eau Claire County 94.1 61,626 2,910
Ozaukee County 96.8 59,721 3,124
St. Croix County 96.2 57,509 3,109
Dodge County 90.8 57,323 2,177
Jefferson County 91.8 53,740 2,405
Manitowoc County 92.0 52,392 2,461
Wood County 92.7 48,394 2,638
Portage County 93.9 42,584 2,875
Chippewa County 92.8 41,912 2,657
Sauk County 90.9 40,450 2,211
Columbia County 92.7 37,522 2,642
Waupaca County 91.8 34,104 2,417
Calumet County 94.2 32,065 2,920
Polk County 93.8 29,346 2,864
Grant County 92.3 29,334 2,525
Barron County 90.2 29,099 2,018
Douglas County 93.7 28,952 2,847
Monroe County 90.9 28,102 2,201
Marinette County 91.1 27,389 2,257
Shawano County 91.4 26,769 2,330
Dunn County 93.7 25,574 2,845
Oneida County 93.1 25,257 2,735
Pierce County 95.1 25,084 3,039
Oconto County 90.4 24,971 2,071
Green County 92.4 24,077 2,568
Door County 94.4 20,322 2,946
Lincoln County 92.0 18,956 2,454
Vernon County 89.4 18,396 1,827
Trempealeau County 90.7 18,179 2,141
Clark County 82.3 17,849 669
Juneau County 88.4 17,207 1,614
Vilas County 93.7 15,995 2,846
Waushara County 86.8 15,857 1,286
Iowa County 95.2 15,803 3,050
Adams County 87.5 14,093 1,421
Kewaunee County 93.1 13,533 2,732
Jackson County 89.9 13,029 1,945
Langlade County 90.3 12,750 2,034
Taylor County 88.4 12,453 1,587
Green Lake County 89.8 11,925 1,910
Sawyer County 92.3 11,267 2,547
Richland County 90.1 11,083 2,003
Burnett County 93.2 10,934 2,748
Bayfield County 95.1 10,932 3,032
Washburn County 92.2 10,925 2,519
Crawford County 91.3 10,694 2,319
Lafayette County 90.8 10,357 2,181
Marquette County 89.1 10,200 1,761
Ashland County 92.2 9,832 2,518
Price County 91.8 9,455 2,402
Rusk County 88.0 9,049 1,498
Buffalo County 90.9 8,678 2,198
Forest County 88.8 5,722 1,708
Pepin County 91.0 4,773 2,224
Iron County 94.5 4,341 2,964
Florence County 93.1 3,198 2,721
Menominee County 91.9 2,418 2,436
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 12/07/2021 12:31 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least high school, 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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