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Kane County, Illinois; LaSalle County, Illinois

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Female persons, percent

0.0%
6.0%
12.0%
18.0%
24.0%
30.0%
36.0%
42.0%
48.0%
54.0%
Macon County, Illinois
51.8%
Sangamon County, Illinois
51.7%
Alexander County, Illinois
51.6%
St. Clair County, Illinois
51.4%
Massac County, Illinois
51.3%
Edwards County, Illinois
51.3%
Stephenson County, Illinois
51.3%
Peoria County, Illinois
51.2%
Gallatin County, Illinois
51.1%
Cook County, Illinois
51.1%
Winnebago County, Illinois
51.0%
McLean County, Illinois
51.0%
Madison County, Illinois
51.0%
Menard County, Illinois
50.9%
Edgar County, Illinois
50.8%
Coles County, Illinois
50.7%
Jersey County, Illinois
50.6%
White County, Illinois
50.5%
Marion County, Illinois
50.5%
Saline County, Illinois
50.5%
Rock Island County, Illinois
50.5%
Kankakee County, Illinois
50.5%
Iroquois County, Illinois
50.4%
DuPage County, Illinois
50.4%
Scott County, Illinois
50.4%
Moultrie County, Illinois
50.4%
McDonough County, Illinois
50.3%
DeKalb County, Illinois
50.3%
Adams County, Illinois
50.3%
Tazewell County, Illinois
50.3%
Wabash County, Illinois
50.3%
Hamilton County, Illinois
50.2%
Champaign County, Illinois
50.2%
Richland County, Illinois
50.2%
Wayne County, Illinois
50.2%
Bureau County, Illinois
50.2%
Macoupin County, Illinois
50.2%
Jackson County, Illinois
50.1%
Whiteside County, Illinois
50.1%
Douglas County, Illinois
50.1%
Warren County, Illinois
50.1%
Ford County, Illinois
50.1%
Mason County, Illinois
50.1%
Franklin County, Illinois
50.1%
Piatt County, Illinois
50.1%
Will County, Illinois
50.0%
Henderson County, Illinois
50.0%
Shelby County, Illinois
50.0%
De Witt County, Illinois
50.0%
Clay County, Illinois
50.0%
Pulaski County, Illinois
49.9%
Greene County, Illinois
49.9%
Henry County, Illinois
49.9%
Kendall County, Illinois
49.9%
Kane County, Illinois
49.8%
Pike County, Illinois
49.8%
Marshall County, Illinois
49.8%
Hancock County, Illinois
49.8%
Monroe County, Illinois
49.8%
Ogle County, Illinois
49.8%
McHenry County, Illinois
49.8%
Union County, Illinois
49.7%
Vermilion County, Illinois
49.7%
Woodford County, Illinois
49.7%
Calhoun County, Illinois
49.6%
Williamson County, Illinois
49.6%
Clark County, Illinois
49.6%
Jo Daviess County, Illinois
49.6%
Grundy County, Illinois
49.6%
Lake County, Illinois
49.6%
Cumberland County, Illinois
49.6%
Effingham County, Illinois
49.6%
Boone County, Illinois
49.5%
Jasper County, Illinois
49.5%
Mercer County, Illinois
49.4%
Stark County, Illinois
49.4%
Washington County, Illinois
49.3%
Morgan County, Illinois
49.3%
Livingston County, Illinois
49.3%
LaSalle County, Illinois
49.2%
Putnam County, Illinois
49.0%
Knox County, Illinois
49.0%
Cass County, Illinois
48.9%
Logan County, Illinois
48.9%
Pope County, Illinois
48.8%
Jefferson County, Illinois
48.6%
Hardin County, Illinois
48.5%
Clinton County, Illinois
47.8%
Fulton County, Illinois
47.7%
Crawford County, Illinois
47.5%
Bond County, Illinois
47.1%
Montgomery County, Illinois
47.1%
Lee County, Illinois
46.7%
Randolph County, Illinois
46.7%
Christian County, Illinois
46.5%
Carroll County, Illinois
46.1%
Schuyler County, Illinois
45.9%
Perry County, Illinois
44.9%
Fayette County, Illinois
44.8%
Lawrence County, Illinois
43.7%
Johnson County, Illinois
40.5%
Brown County, Illinois
36.3%
0.0%
6.0%
12.0%
18.0%
24.0%
30.0%
36.0%
42.0%
48.0%
54.0%
Value Notes

Methodology differences may exist between data sources, and so estimates from different sources are not comparable.

Some estimates presented here come from sample data, and thus have sampling errors that may render some apparent differences between geographies statistically indistinguishable. Click the Quick Info icon to the left of each row in TABLE view to learn about sampling error.

The vintage year (e.g., V2023) refers to the final year of the series (2020 thru 2023). Different vintage years of estimates are not comparable.

In Vintage 2022, as a result of the formal request from the state, Connecticut transitioned from eight counties to nine planning regions. For more details, please see the Vintage 2022 release notes available here: Release Notes.

Users should exercise caution when comparing 2018-2022 ACS 5-year estimates to other ACS estimates. For more information, please visit the 2022 5-year ACS Comparison Guidance page.

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