Population loss by degrees: 80-89%, 70-79%, 60-69%, 50-59%.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts
Percentage of population 25 and older with a bachelor's degree:
- 18.2% - Brown County
- 30.6% - Nebraska
- 30.9% - U.S.
Percentage of population 65 and older:
- 25.2% - Brown County
- 15.4% - Nebraska
- 15.6% - U.S.
The last time Brown County voted for a Democratic candidate for president was in 1932. (Barry Goldwater won by 18 percentage points in 1964, and George Wallace received 8.7% of the vote in 1968.)
Related reading:Residents focused on enhancing quality of life. (Norfolk Daily News, 10/25/2017)
Brown County has many other positives in its own right. The Sandhills are considered to be one of the most beautiful regions of Nebraska, while others prefer the county’s insulation urban areas. The county also offers many other amenities, including a solid selection of restaurants and a hospital.
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