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Taylor, Adair have top graduation rates in 7-counties

Our area definitely benefits from having Lindsey Wilson College and Campbellsville University so close. -BRANDON THOMPSON

By Brandon Thompson

According to 2010 US Census data, the percentage of those holding at least a bachelors degree in the following counties is:
  • Taylor - 14.9%
  • Adair - 14.4%
  • Russell - 12.7%
  • Green - 11.4%
  • Casey - 9.5%
  • Cumberland - 7.9%
  • Metcalfe - 7.2%
Our area definitely benefits from having Lindsey Wilson College and Campbellsville University so close.

For those readers who are as big a nerd as I am and enjoy looking at this kind of info, quickfacts (dot) census (dot) gov has great county by county demographics from census reports and even allows you to compare against statewide numbers. - Brandon Thompson

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