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Stacker compiled a list of Florida’s least-educated counties using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

USA Counties are ranked by the lowest percentage of the population age 25 and older who have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Below is the list…

  • 50. Manatee County

  • 49. Miami-Dade County

  • 48. Nassau County

  • 47. Indian River County

  • 46. Walton County

  • 45. Lee County

  • 44. Santa Rosa County

  • 43. Escambia County

  • 42. Flagler County

  • 41. Clay County

  • 40. Lake County

  • 39. Pasco County

  • 38. Bay County

  • 37. Volusia County

  • 36. Charlotte County

  • 35. Jefferson County

  • 34. Osceola County

  • 33. St. Lucie County

  • 32. Polk County

  • 31. Marion County

  • 30. Gulf County

  • 29. Franklin County

  • 28. Hernando County

  • 27. Citrus County

  • 26. Wakulla County

  • 25. Highlands County

  • 24. Gadsden County

  • 23. Suwannee County

  • 22. Columbia County

  • 21. Liberty County

  • 20. Madison County

  • 19. Gilchrist County

  • 18. Baker County

  • 17. Jackson County

  • 16. Washington County

  • 15. Putnam County

  • 14. Levy County

  • 13. Lafayette County

  • 12. DeSoto County

  • 11. Okeechobee County

  • 10. Glades County

  • 9. Holmes County

  • 8. Dixie County

  • 7. Hardee County

  • 6. Bradford County

  • 5. Calhoun County

  • 4. Union County

  • 3. Taylor County

  • 2. Hendry County

  • 1. Hamilton County