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:
- 22.7% - Logan County
- 30.6% - Nebraska
- 30.9% - U.S.
Percentage of population 65 and older:
- 21.5% - Logan County
- 15.4% - Nebraska
- 15.6% - U.S.
The last time Logan County voted for a Democratic candidate for president was in 1964. (George Wallace received 9.9% of the vote in 1968.)
Logan County Library, Stapleton
Photo credit: Nebraska Library Commission
Related reading:Comparing Nebraska Population Change by Race and Ethnicity. (Uniersity of Nebraska-Omaha, 9/17/2017)
When studying population change in Nebraska during the 2000s decade, it is clear that county level changes were far from uniform. While the state increased by about 115,000 people, only 24 of the state’s 93 counties experienced a population gain. Nearly 75% of Nebraska’s counties had a population decline during the decade, one of the largest such percentages of counties among all states in the Midwest and Great Plains areas of the United States.
Sioux County/Harrison. (4/29/2019)
Banner County/Harrisburg. (4/29/2019)
Kimball County/Kimball. (4/29/2019)
Morrill County/Bridgeport. (4/30/2019)
Sheridan County/Rushville. (4/30/2019)
Garden County/Oshkosh. (4/30/2019)
Deuel County/Chappell. (4/30/2019)
Dundy County/Benkelman. (5/1/2019)
Perkins County/Grant. (5/1/2019)
Arthur County/Arthur. (5/1/2019)
Grant County/Hyannis. (5/1/2019)
Cherry County/Valentine. (5/2/2019)
Hooker County/Mullen. (5/2/2019)
McPherson County/Tryon. (5/2/2019)
Hayes County/Hayes Center. (5/3/2019)
Hitchcock County/Trentonhttps://paulsnewsline.blogspot.com/2019/05/population-loss-in-rural-nebraska_3.html. (5/3/2019)