WYOMING COUNTY PROFILES
Niobrara County
County Seat:  Lusk Department of Administration & Information
Land Area (square mile):  2,627.9 Economic Analysis Division
Population Per Square Mile:  0.9
Niobrara Percent Wyoming Percent
POPULATION - AGE/SEX1        
Total 2,388 100.0 577,737 100.0
    Male 1,091 45.7 294,534 51.0
    Female 1,297 54.3 283,203 49.0
         
    Under 5 years 133 5.6 35,912 6.2
    5 to 9 years 116 4.9 37,847 6.6
    10 to 14 years 98 4.1 39,104 6.8
    15 to 19 years 119 5.0 36,313 6.3
    20 to 24 years 134 5.6 37,966 6.6
    25 to 29 years 153 6.4 38,879 6.7
    30 to 34 years 163 6.8 38,899 6.7
    35 to 39 years 159 6.7 39,158 6.8
    40 to 44 years 135 5.7 33,555 5.8
    45 to 49 years 154 6.4 32,540 5.6
    50 to 54 years 117 4.9 32,340 5.6
    55 to 59 years 141 5.9 39,394 6.8
    60 to 64 years 226 9.5 40,455 7.0
    65 to 69 years 179 7.5 33,583 5.8
    70 to 74 years 118 4.9 24,585 4.3
    75 to 79 years 93 3.9 16,203 2.8
    80 to 84 years 98 4.1 10,323 1.8
    85 years and over 52 2.2 10,681 1.8
         
    Under 18 years 424 17.8 134,775 23.3
    18 to 24 years 176 7.4 52,367 9.1
    25 to 44 years 610 25.5 150,491 26.0
    45 to 64 years 638 26.7 144,729 25.1
    65 years and over 540 22.6 95,375 16.5
         
 Median age (years) 44.5 (X) 38.0 (X)
         
POPULATION - RACE/HISPANIC1
All Races Combined 2,388 100.0 577,737 100.0
    White Alone 2,258 94.6 534,943 92.6
    Black or African American Alone 23 1.0 7,557 1.3
    American Indian and Alaska Native Alone 29 1.2 15,860 2.7
    Asian Alone 11 0.5 6,213 1.1
    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Alone 0 0.0 572 0.1
    Two or More Races 67 2.8 12,592 2.2
         
Hispanic (may be of any race) 87 3.6 58,227 10.1
Non-Hispanic 2,301 96.4 519,510 89.9
    White Alone 2,188 91.6 484,253 83.8
         
COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE1
Total Population Change -9 100.0 -1,197 100.0
    Natural Change 15 -166.7 1,893 -158.1
        Births 31 (X) 6,840 (X)
        Deaths 16 (X) 4,947 (X)
    Net Migration -25 277.8 -3,089 258.1
         
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE2
Total households 978 100.0 230,630 100.0
    Family households (families) 598 61.1 148,692 64.5
               With own children under 18 years 245 25.1 63,457 27.5
        Married-couple family 526 53.8 118,904 51.6
               With own children under 18 years 191 19.5 45,393 19.7
        Male householder, no wife present, family 34 3.5 11,004 4.8
               With own children under 18 years 22 2.2 6,283 2.7
        Female householder, no husband present, family 38 3.9 18,784 8.1
               With own children under 18 years 32 3.3 11,781 5.1
    Nonfamily households 380 38.9 81,938 35.5
        Householder living alone 321 32.8 65,525 28.4
               65 years and over 163 16.7 24,243 10.5
         
  Households with one or more people under 18 years 260 26.6 69,203 30.0
  Households with one or more people 65 years and over 348 35.6 62,181 27.0
         
Average household size 2.19 (X) 2.46 (X)
Average family size 2.80 (X) 3.03 (X)
         
PRESENCE AND TYPES OF INTERNET SUBSCRIPTIONS IN HOUSEHOLD2
Total 978 100.0 230,630 100.0
    With an Internet subscription 717 73.3 188,389 81.7
        Dial-up with no other type of Internet subscription 0 0.0 1,386 0.7
        Broadband of any type 717 100.0 187,003 99.3
    Internet access without a subscription 37 3.8 9,428 4.1
    No Internet access 224 22.9 32,813 14.2
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT2
Population 25 years and over 1,758 100.0 389,291 100.0
     Less than 9th grade 84 4.8 7,402 1.9
     9th to 12th grade, no diploma 125 7.1 20,242 5.2
     High school graduate (includes equivalency) 550 31.3 111,899 28.7
     Some college, no degree 546 31.1 102,236 26.3
     Associate's degree 161 9.2 42,835 11.0
     Bachelor's degree 229 13.0 67,697 17.4
     Graduate or professional degree 63 3.6 36,980 9.5
         
Percent high school graduate or higher (X) 88.1 (X) 92.9
Percent bachelor's degree or higher (X) 16.6 (X) 26.9
         
VETERAN STATUS2
Civilian population 18 years and over 1,969 100.0 441,280 100.0
     Civilian veterans 160 8.1 45,389 10.3
         
DISABILITY STATUS2
Civilian noninstitutionalized population 2,142 100.0 571,923 100.0
     With a disability 375 17.5 74,431 13.0
         
RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO2
Population age 1 year and over 2,422 100.0 575,221 100.0
     Same house 2,076 85.7 477,976 83.1
     Different house in the U.S. 346 14.3 95,152 16.5
          Same county 182 7.5 54,543 9.5
          Different county 164 6.8 40,609 7.1
               Same state 121 5.0 15,051 2.6
               Different state 43 1.8 25,558 4.4
     Abroad 0 0.0 2,093 0.4
         
PLACE OF BIRTH2
Total Population 2,448 100.0 581,836 100
     Native 2,442 99.8 561,560 96.5
         Born in United States 2,439 99.6 556,679 95.7
             Born in Wyoming 1,043 42.6 244,888 42.1
             Born in different state 1,396 57.0 311,791 53.6
         Born in Island areas or abroad to American parents 3 0.1 4,881 0.8
     Foreign born 6 0.2 20,276 3.5
         Naturalized U.S. citizen 6 0.2 7,695 1.3
         Not a U.S. citizen 0 0.0 12,581 2.2
         
INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2018 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)2
Total households 978 100.0 230,630 100.0
     Less than $10,000 103 10.5 11,430 5.0
     $10,000 to $14,999 35 3.6 9,144 4.0
     $15,000 to $24,999 171 17.5 21,400 9.3
     $25,000 to $34,999 91 9.3 21,356 9.3
     $35,000 to $49,999 156 16.0 30,195 13.1
     $50,000 to $74,999 190 19.4 42,296 18.3
     $75,000 to $99,999 68 7.0 33,077 14.3
     $100,000 to $149,999 122 12.5 39,494 17.1
     $150,000 to $199,999 15 1.5 12,723 5.5
     $200,000 or more 27 2.8 9,515 4.1
 Median household income (dollars) $39,359 (X) $62,268 (X)
 Mean household income (dollars) $55,646 (X) $79,257 (X)
         
 With earnings 683 69.8 186,093 80.7
     Mean earnings (dollars) $55,481 (X) $77,912 (X)
 With Social Security 339 34.7 68,296 29.6
     Mean Social Security income (dollars) $18,807 (X) $19,423 (X)
 With retirement income 220 22.5 42,943 18.6
     Mean retirement income (dollars) $19,039 (X) $25,279 (X)
         
 With Supplemental Security Income 51 5.2 8,338 3.6
     Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) $13,045 (X) $10,595 (X)
 With cash public assistance income 1 0.1 3,673 1.6
     Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) (N) (X) $3,229 (X)
 With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits 55 5.6 13,239 5.7
         
Median Earnings for Full-Time Year-Round Workers - Male $41,250 (X) $55,053 (X)
Median Earnings for Full-Time Year-Round Workers - Female $31,149 (X) $39,011 (X)
(N) - data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small
         
PER CAPITA INCOME3
Per capita personal income $51,357 (X) $60,361 (X)
Per capita personal current transfer receipts $11,301 (X) $8,268 (X)
Per capita dividends, interest, and rent $12,434 (X) $18,511 (X)
Average nonfarm proprietors' income $37,499 (X) $37,798 (X)
         
FAMILIES AND PEOPLE WHOSE INCOME IS BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL2
All families 108 18.1 10,580 7.1
     With related children under 18 years 53 20.6 7,904 11.6
Married couple families 92 17.5 4,531 3.8
     With related children under 18 years 37 18.3 2,562 5.3
Families with female householder, no husband present 16 42.1 5,007 26.7
     With related children under 18 years 16 48.5 4,506 33.5
         
All people 345 16.1 63,311 11.1
     Under 18 years 50 10.5 17,332 12.8
     18 to 64 years 214 17.9 39,233 11.3
     65 years and over 81 17.4 6,746 7.9
         
RATIO OF INCOME TO POVERTY LEVEL IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS2
Total: 2,137 100.0 567,950 100.0
     Under .50 138 6.5 27,728 4.9
     .50 to .99 207 9.7 35,583 6.3
     1.00 to 1.24 29 1.4 21,931 3.9
     1.25 to 1.49 292 13.7 22,313 3.9
     1.50 to 1.84 214 10.0 33,411 5.9
     1.85 to 1.99 61 2.9 15,588 2.7
     2.00 and over 1,196 56.0 411,396 72.4
         
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE2
Civilian noninstitutionalized population 2,142 100.0 571,923 100.0
     With health insurance coverage 1,803 84.2 507,036 88.7
          With private health insurance 1,454 67.9 423,627 74.1
          With public coverage 743 34.7 154,715 27.1
     No health insurance coverage 339 15.8 64,887 11.3
         
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 19 years 503 100.0 145,003 100.0
      No health insurance coverage 67 13.3 11,153 7.7
         
HOUSING UNITS2
Total housing units 1,377 100.0 274,985 100.0
     Occupied housing units 978 71.0 230,630 83.9
          Owner-occupied 743 76.0 160,121 69.4
          Renter-occupied 235 24.0 70,509 30.6
     Vacant housing units 399 29.0 44,355 16.1
         
  Homeowner vacancy rate (X) 1.6 (X) 1.7
  Rental vacancy rate (X) 4.5 (X) 11.1
         
UNITS IN STRUCTURE2
Total housing units 1,377 100.0 274,985 100.0
     Single family units 1,110 80.6 193,717 70.4
     2 to 4 units 21 1.5 18,385 6.7
     5 to 9 units 9 0.7 9,093 3.3
     10 or more units 30 2.2 15,939 5.8
     Mobile home  203 14.7 37,425 13.6
     RV, van, boat, etc. 4 0.3 426 0.2
         
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PERMITS4
Total housing units 1 100 1,812 100.0
     Single family units 1 100 1,533 84.6
     2 to 4 units 0 0 110 6.1
     5 or more units 0 0 169 9.3
         
HOME VALUE2
Owner-occupied units 743 100.0 160,121 100.0
     Less than $50,000 86 11.6 15,297 9.6
     $50,000 to $99,999 170 22.9 9,606 6.0
     $100,000 to $149,999 131 17.6 18,072 11.3
     $150,000 to $199,999 156 21.0 30,167 18.8
     $200,000 to $299,999 77 10.4 45,225 28.2
     $300,000 to $499,999 43 5.8 28,104 17.6
     $500,000 to $999,999 7 0.9 9,523 5.9
     $1,000,000 or more 73 9.8 4,127 2.6
 Median (dollars) $144,900 (X) $213,300 (X)
         
MORTGAGE STATUS2
Owner-occupied units 743 100.0 160,121 100.0
     Housing units with a mortgage 370 49.8 93,013 58.1
     Housing units without a mortgage 373 50.2 67,108 41.9
         
GROSS RENT2
Occupied units paying rent 165 100.0 64,088 100.0
     Less than $500 43 26.1 7,448 11.6
     $500 to $999 83 50.3 34,673 54.1
     $1,000 to $1,499 39 23.6 15,242 23.8
     $1,500 to $1,999 0 0.0 5,299 8.3
     $2,000 to $2,499 0 0.0 876 1.4
     $2,500 to $2,999 0 0.0 332 0.5
     $3,000 or more 0 0.0 218 0.3
 Median (dollars) $652 (X) $843 (X)
         
CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE5 
Labor Force 1,275 100.0 289,574 100.0
     Employment 1,239 97.2 277,820 95.9
     Unemployment 36 2.8 11,754 4.1
Unemployment Rate 2.8% (X) 4.1% (X)
         
% of population 16 years and over in labor force2 (X) 50.2 (X) 67.0
         
AVERAGE WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT6
Total 895 100.0 272,140 100.0
    Private 452 50.5 207,300 76.2
         Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 17 1.9 2,789 1.0
         Mining, Quarrying, & Oil & Gas Extraction 26 2.9 20,693 7.6
         Utilities 17 1.9 2,508 0.9
         Construction 46 5.1 20,257 7.4
         Manufacturing 7 0.8 9,727 3.6
         Wholesale Trade 16 1.8 8,192 3.0
         Retail Trade 96 10.7 29,281 10.8
         Transportation & Warehousing 8 0.9 9,824 3.6
         Information 3 0.3 3,554 1.3
         Financial Activities 26 2.9 11,122 4.1
         Professional & Business Services 18 2.0 18,722 6.9
         Educational & Health Services 67 7.5 26,962 9.9
         Leisure & Hospitality 89 9.9 36,412 13.4
         Other Services 16 1.8 7,258 2.7
    Government 443 49.5 64,839 23.8
         Federal Government 11 1.2 7,520 2.8
         State Gov't (inc. higher public education) 99 11.1 12,528 4.6
         Local Gov't (inc. local public education and hospitals) 334 37.3 44,792 16.5
         
TOTAL ANNUAL WAGES6
Total $32,151,593 100.0 $13,079,213,025 100.0
    Private $13,332,124 41.5 $9,829,710,523 75.2
         Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting $650,040 2.0 $100,275,460 0.8
         Mining, Quarrying, & Oil & Gas Extraction $1,636,100 5.1 $1,866,623,362 14.3
         Utilities $1,078,577 3.4 $238,130,904 1.8
         Construction $1,579,559 4.9 $1,085,071,216 8.3
         Manufacturing $252,090 0.8 $652,028,870 5.0
         Wholesale Trade $551,090 1.7 $522,376,791 4.0
         Retail Trade $1,917,190 6.0 $850,554,962 6.5
         Transportation & Warehousing $245,143 0.8 $517,651,682 4.0
         Information $78,890 0.2 $168,482,883 1.3
         Financial Activities $1,067,642 3.3 $639,335,239 4.9
         Professional & Business Services $537,620 1.7 $987,969,888 7.6
         Educational & Health Services $2,446,010 7.6 $1,157,008,181 8.8
         Leisure & Hospitality $1,041,020 3.2 $774,494,975 5.9
         Other Services $251,153 0.8 $269,706,110 2.1
    Government $18,819,469 58.5 $3,249,502,502 24.8
         Federal Government $491,912 1.5 $510,724,366 3.9
         State Gov't (inc. higher public education) $5,109,072 15.9 $699,336,801 5.3
         Local Gov't (inc. local public education and hospitals) $13,218,485 41.1 $2,039,441,335 15.6
         
AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE6
Total $35,920 100.0 $48,061 100.0
    Private $29,518 82.2 $47,418 98.7
         Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting $38,238 106.5 $35,959 74.8
         Mining, Quarrying, & Oil & Gas Extraction $62,524 174.1 $90,205 187.7
         Utilities $62,229 173.2 $94,958 197.6
         Construction $34,716 96.6 $53,564 111.5
         Manufacturing $36,013 100.3 $67,036 139.5
         Wholesale Trade $34,443 95.9 $63,765 132.7
         Retail Trade $20,058 55.8 $29,048 60.4
         Transportation & Warehousing $30,321 84.4 $52,694 109.6
         Information $26,297 73.2 $47,401 98.6
         Financial Activities $41,063 114.3 $57,484 119.6
         Professional & Business Services $29,868 83.2 $52,771 109.8
         Educational & Health Services $36,508 101.6 $42,913 89.3
         Leisure & Hospitality $11,697 32.6 $21,271 44.3
         Other Services $15,700 43.7 $37,160 77.3
    Government $42,442 118.2 $50,116 104.3
         Federal Government $46,473 129.4 $67,918 141.3
         State Gov't (inc. higher public education) $51,475 143.3 $55,822 116.1
         Local Gov't (inc. local public education and hospitals) $39,626 110.3 $45,532 94.7
         
COMMUTING TO OR FROM A DIFFERENT COUNTY OR STATE FOR WORK2
Total Commuting Out 113 100.0 7,512 2.4
     to Converse County, WY 20 17.7 (X) (X)
     to Weston County, WY 16 14.2 (X) (X)
     to Natrona County, WY 15 13.3 (X) (X)
     to Burke County, ND 12 10.6 (X) (X)
     to Hooker County, NE 11 9.7 (X) (X)
     to All Other Counties  39 34.5 (X) (X)
         
Total Commuting In 155 100.0 14,433 4.9
     from Larimer County, CO 36 23.2 (X) (X)
     from Laramie County, WY 25 16.1 (X) (X)
     from Goshen County, WY 21 13.5 (X) (X)
     from Sioux County, NE 19 12.3 (X) (X)
     from Carbon County, WY 18 11.6 (X) (X)
     from All Other Counties 36 23.2 (X) (X)
         
AGRICULTURE7
Number of Farms 242 (X) 11,938 (X)
Land in Farms (thousands of acres) 1,277 (X) 29,005 (X)
Total Cash Receipts (thousands of dollars) $49,439 100.0 $1,546,591 100.0
     Livestock and Products $40,964 82.9 $1,156,623 74.8
     Crops $8,475 17.1 $389,968 25.2
Net Farm Income (thousands of dollars) $6,651 (X) $166,788 (X)
         
VALUATION AND TAXES8
Total Assessed Valuation $122,331,572 100.0 $22,797,760,768 100.0
    Non-Minerals $71,805,553 58.7 $11,456,335,550 50.3
         Agricultural Land $12,045,969 9.8 $331,977,858 1.5
         Residential Property $13,113,379 10.7 $5,860,018,685 25.7
         Commercial Property $3,938,624 3.2 $1,620,805,724 7.1
         Industrial Property $3,333,294 2.7 $2,057,772,070 9.0
         Other (Electrics, Pipelines, Railroads, etc.) $39,374,287 32.2 $1,585,761,213 7.0
    Minerals $50,526,019 41.3 $11,341,425,218 49.7
         Oil $48,564,815 39.7 $4,686,318,402 20.6
         Natural gas $1,826,602 1.5 $3,196,132,036 14.0
         Coal $0 0.0 $2,843,015,238 12.5
         Other minerals $134,602 0.1 $615,959,542 2.7
Total Property Taxes $8,489,105 (X) $1,475,066,266 (X)
Average Mill Levy 69.4 (X) 64.7 (X)
         
4% SALES AND USE TAX COLLECTIONS9 
Total $3,431,967 100.0 $767,510,401 100.0
     Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting $380 0.0 $214,752 0.0
     Mining, Quarrying, & Oil & Gas Extraction $1,590,263 46.3 $136,976,829 17.8
     Utilities $115,632 3.4 $40,933,328 5.3
     Construction $31,585 0.9 $14,751,074 1.9
     Manufacturing $42,668 1.2 $24,765,387 3.2
     Wholesale Trade $113,525 3.3 $54,544,634 7.1
     Retail Trade $677,808 19.7 $249,544,177 32.5
     Transportation & Warehousing $94,396 2.8 $4,111,247 0.5
     Information $48,742 1.4 $12,647,760 1.6
     Financial Activities (inc. auto, machinery, and equip. leasing) $82,753 2.4 $29,884,258 3.9
     Professional & Business Services $9,070 0.3 $4,975,310 0.6
     Educational & Health Services $259 0.0 $467,153 0.1
     Leisure & Hospitality $194,991 5.7 $81,969,706 10.7
     Other Services $101,956 3.0 $34,100,938 4.4
     Public Administration (reflects automobile sales) $327,941 9.6 $77,623,849 10.1
         
LANDOWNERSHIP10 (square miles)
Total Area 2,627.9 100.0 97,809.8 100.0
Private Lands 2,179.6 82.9 42,018.3 43.0
     Conservation Easement 0.0 0.0 913.9 0.9
Federal Lands 195.3 7.4 46,587.5 47.6
     Forest Service 1.4 0.1 14,397.1 14.7
     BLM 193.9 7.4 27,333.0 27.9
     National Park Service 0.0 0.0 3,641.0 3.7
     Military 0.0 0.0 79.0 0.1
     Other Federal 0.0 0.0 1,137.5 1.2
State Lands 252.7 9.6 6,034.2 6.2
     State Trust Lands* 252.7 9.6 5,560.3 5.7
     Other State 0.0 0.0 473.9 0.5
Tribal Lands 0.0 0.0 3,143.3 3.2
City, County, Other 0.4 0.0 26.5 0.0
* Trust lands are held in trust for designated beneficiaries, principally public schools. Managers may lease and sell these lands for a diverse range of uses to generate revenues for the beneficiaries.
         
PUBLIC SCHOOL STATISTICS11
Number of School Districts 1 (X) 48 (X)
Number of Schools 4 (X) 349 (X)
Fall Enrollment 809 (X) 93,734 (X)
Composite ACT score (Grade 11) 18.5 (X) 19.5 (X)
High School Graduates (4 year on time) 52 (X) 5,692 (X)
     Graduation Rate 56.5% (X) 82.1% (X)
Average Daily Membership (ADM) 787 (X) 91,790 (X)
Certified Teachers 63 (X) 7,229 (X)
Certified Staff 8 (X) 1,470 (X)
Administration 7 (X) 731 (X)
Classified Staff 36 (X) 6,831 (X)
Students Transported Daily 92 (X) 31,236 (X)
Total General Fund Revenues $12,550,878 (X) $1,519,893,402 (X)
Total General Fund Expenditures $12,021,755 (X) $1,515,771,887 (X)
Operating Cost Per ADM $16,068 (X) $17,995 (X)
% of Students with Free or Reduced Lunch (2019-2020) 37.2% (X) 35.3% (X)
         
CRIME12
Violent Crime 16 0.0 1,007 100.0
     Murder 0 0.0 14 1.4
     Forcible Rape 2 0.0 229 22.7
     Robbery 1 0.0 43 4.3
     Aggravated Assault 13 0.0 721 71.6
Property Crime 13 0.0 9,323 100.0
     Burglary 4 0.0 1,354 14.5
     Larceny-Theft 8 0.0 7,312 78.4
     Motor Vehicle Theft 1 0.0 657 7.0
         
TRANSPORTATION13
Number of Registered Vehicles 5,166 100.0 909,848 100.0
     Passenger Cars 1,455 28.2 351,332 38.6
     Trucks 1,801 34.9 259,640 28.5
     Motorcycles 121 2.3 26,981 3.0
     Trailers (including house trailers) 1,353 26.2 210,423 23.1
     University of Wyoming Specialty Plates (cars & trucks) 41 0.8 5,793 0.6
     Commercial Trucks & Trailers 242 4.7 22,880 2.5
     Others 153 3.0 32,799 3.6
Road (miles) 765 100.0 29,666 100.0
     Federal  0 0.0 5,316 17.9
     State Highway 174 22.8 6,741 22.7
     County Road 570 74.5 14,648 49.4
     Local (City & Town) 20 2.6 2,465 8.3
     Other 1 0.1 496 1.7
Per Capita Vehicle Miles Traveled 38,098 (X) 18,068 (X)
Mean travel time to work (minutes)2 18.0 (X) 17.8 (X)
Commercial Airport Passengers 0 (X) 1,170,300 (X)
         
HEALTH CARE AND RISK FACTORS14
Licensed Hospitals 1 (X) 27 (X)
     Bed Capacity 24 (X) 1,432 (X)
Licensed Nursing Care Facilities 0 (X) 37 (X)
     Bed Capacity 0 (X) 2,949 (X)
     Occupancy Rate 0.0% (X) 80.2% (X)
Medicaid Beneficiaries 307 12.9 78,663 13.6
Enrollment in State Children Health Insurance Program 22 4.9 3,326 2.3
Percent of Adults with BMI (weight in kg/height in meters squared) Larger Than 30 (2013-2017) 22.8% (X) 28.8% (X)
Percent of Adults who reported having 5 or more drinks on an occasion at least once in the past 30 days (2013-2017) 21.1% (X) 18.0% (X)
Percent of Adults who reported having smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and are currently smoking (2013-2017) 31.5% (X) 18.7% (X)
SOURCES:
1  U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, 2018 7  U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Bureau of Economic
   Analysis, 2018 
2  U.S. Census Bureau, 2014-2018 American Community Survey
   5-Year Estimates
8  Wyoming Department of Revenue, 2019
3  U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2018 9  Wyoming Department of Revenue, Fiscal Year 2018
4  U.S. Census Bureau, Building Permits Survey, 2018 10 U.S. Geological Survey, GAP Analysis Program, 2018
5  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment
   Statistics, 2018
11 Wyoming Department of Education, 2018
12 Wyoming Attorney General's Office, 2018
6  Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and U.S. Bureau of
   Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages,
   2018
13 Wyoming Department of Transportation, 2018
14 Wyoming Department of Health and Wyoming Department of
   Family Services, 2018