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Population for US counties

Population statistics and maps (population, density and changes) for every county in the US. Most populated counties are Los Angeles County, California, Cook County, Ilinois and Harris County, Texas. County with largest population density is New York County with more than 47000 p./sq.mi (if density for this county would be same as for Alaska, then population of NY county would be only 37 people). Population rate changes for period 2010-2014 is very variable value, that can be seen on third map below. Approximately 44% of counties have negative- and 56% have positive population rate. You can find county using search field or start by clicking on the first letter of the name or choose the state.

If you find the county, it will be marked on enlarged map. You may find useful our US map with county names (GIF 9742x4278, 1.2 Mb). Alaska map with county names is on separated file.


Population Maps

Estimated population for 2014[1]. Population density is in p./sq.mi [2]. Changes are for period 2010-2015. Value is %/year. Boundary lines are apx. 2012 [3].

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Sources, notices

[1] County population - 2014, retrieved 02/23/2016

[2] County area, latitude longitude data, retrieved 02/23/2016

[3] County boundaries, CSV files on boundaries.us, retrived 03/18/2016

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