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Population by U.S. CountyThis information has been obtained from census.gov. The state populations are current with the 2008 American Community Survey estimated populations. The county populations are current with the 2007 American Community Survey estimated populations because that is the latest information available at census.gov per county.

The list is sorted alphabetically by state followed by alphabetically by county for each state. The answer also contains Washington D.C. (as District of Columbia) and Puerto Rico as obtained from census.gov at the bottom.

Note: You can use your browser's built-in search function to search this list. Use the shortcut CTRL+F and type in the name of the county in the search. It will take you to each instance of that county name as some counties do have the same name in different states.

Alabama: 4,627,851
  1. Autauga County: 49,960
  2. Baldwin County: 171,769
  3. Barbour County: 27,941
  4. Bibb County: 21,535
  5. Blount County: 56,614
  6. Bullock County: 10,781
  7. Butler County: 20,157
  8. Calhoun County: 113,103
  9. Chambers County: 34,764
  10. Cherokee County: 24,560
  11. Chilton County: 42,299
  12. Choctaw County: 14,173
  13. Clarke County: 26,496
  14. Clay County: 13,788
  15. Cleburne County: 14,700
  16. Coffee County: 46,793
  17. Colbert County: 54,588
  18. Conecuh County: 13,160
  19. Coosa County: 10,864
  20. Covington County: 37,007
  21. Crenshaw County: 13,805
  22. Cullman County: 80,554
  23. Dale County: 48,150
  24. Dallas County: 43,079
  25. DeKalb County: 68,016
  26. Elmore County: 77,525
  27. Escambia County: 37,600
  28. Etowah County: 103,217
  29. Fayette County: 17,648
  30. Franklin County: 30,439
  31. Geneva County: 25,707
  32. Greene County: 9,201
  33. Hale County: 18,111
  34. Henry County: 16,621
  35. Houston County: 97,171
  36. Jackson County: 53,030
  37. Jefferson County: 658,779
  38. Lamar County: 14,447
  39. Lauderdale County: 88,561
  40. Lawrence County: 34,229
  41. Lee County: 130,516
  42. Limestone County: 73,898
  43. Lowndes County: 12,686
  44. Macon County: 22,336
  45. Madison County: 312,734
  46. Marengo County: 21,276
  47. Marion County: 29,580
  48. Marshall County: 87,644
  49. Mobile County: 404,406
  50. Monroe County: 22,764
  51. Montgomery County: 225,791
  52. Morgan County: 115,050
  53. Perry County: 10,602
  54. Pickens County: 19,651
  55. Pike County: 29,925
  56. Randolph County: 22,425
  57. Russell County: 50,183
  58. St. Clair County: 78,054
  59. Shelby County: 182,113
  60. Sumter County: 13,306
  61. Talladega County: 80,255
  62. Tallapoosa County: 40,747
  63. Tuscaloosa County: 177,906
  64. Walker County: 68,816
  65. Washington County: 17,226
  66. Wilcox County: 12,779
  67. Winston County: 24,240
Alaska: 683,478
  1. Aleutians East Borough: 2,666
  2. Aleutians West Census Area: 4,824
  3. Anchorage Municipality: 279,671
  4. Bethel Census Area: 17,199
  5. Bristol Bay Borough: 996
  6. Denali Borough: 1,838
  7. Dillingham Census Area: 4,996
  8. Fairbanks North Star Borough: 97,484
  9. Haines Borough: 2,285
  10. Juneau City and Borough: 30,690
  11. Kenai Peninsula Borough: 53,097
  12. Ketchikan Gateway Borough: 13,227
  13. Kodiak Island Borough: 12,997
  14. Lake and Peninsula Borough: 1,538
  15. Matanuska-Susitna Borough: 82,669
  16. Nome Census Area: 9,315
  17. North Slope Borough: 6,561
  18. Northwest Arctic Borough: 7,453
  19. Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area: 5,544
  20. Sitka City and Borough: 8,874
  21. Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Area: 3,059
  22. Southeast Fairbanks Census Area: 6,840
  23. Valdez-Cordova Census Area: 9,496
  24. Wade Hampton Census Area: 7,623
  25. Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area: 6,009
  26. Yakutat City and Borough: 689
  27. Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area: 5,838
Arizona: 6,338,755
  1. Apache County: 69,980
  2. Cochise County: 127,866
  3. Coconino County: 127,450
  4. Gila County: 51,994
  5. Graham County: 34,769
  6. Greenlee County: 7,754
  7. La Paz County: 20,172
  8. Maricopa County: 3,880,181
  9. Mohave County: 194,944
  10. Navajo County: 111,273
  11. Pima County: 967,089
  12. Pinal County: 299,246
  13. Santa Cruz County: 42,845
  14. Yavapai County: 212,635
  15. Yuma County: 190,557
Arkansas: 2,834,797
  1. Arkansas County: 19,392
  2. Ashley County: 22,326
  3. Baxter County: 41,950
  4. Benton County: 203,107
  5. Boone County: 36,672
  6. Bradley County: 11,979
  7. Calhoun County: 5,535
  8. Carroll County: 27,429
  9. Chicot County: 12,305
  10. Clark County: 23,585
  11. Clay County: 16,134
  12. Cleburne County: 25,407
  13. Cleveland County: 8,769
  14. Columbia County: 24,351
  15. Conway County: 20,740
  16. Craighead County: 91,552
  17. Crawford County: 59,031
  18. Crittenden County: 52,103
  19. Cross County: 18,685
  20. Dallas County: 8,249
  21. Desha County: 13,799
  22. Drew County: 18,745
  23. Faulkner County: 104,865
  24. Franklin County: 18,157
  25. Fulton County: 11,752
  26. Garland County: 96,371
  27. Grant County: 17,460
  28. Greene County: 40,397
  29. Hempstead County: 23,226
  30. Hot Spring County: 31,850
  31. Howard County: 13,997
  32. Independence County: 34,566
  33. Izard County: 12,978
  34. Jackson County: 17,219
  35. Jefferson County: 78,986
  36. Johnson County: 24,747
  37. Lafayette County: 7,760
  38. Lawrence County: 16,860
  39. Lee County: 10,859
  40. Lincoln County: 13,729
  41. Little River County: 12,812
  42. Logan County: 22,599
  43. Lonoke County: 63,562
  44. Madison County: 15,420
  45. Marion County: 16,629
  46. Miller County: 42,662
  47. Mississippi County: 46,664
  48. Monroe County: 8,712
  49. Montgomery County: 9,048
  50. Nevada County: 9,376
  51. Newton County: 8,339
  52. Ouachita County: 26,068
  53. Perry County: 10,391
  54. Phillips County: 22,035
  55. Pike County: 10,791
  56. Poinsett County: 24,850
  57. Polk County: 20,197
  58. Pope County: 58,961
  59. Prairie County: 8,739
  60. Pulaski County: 373,911
  61. Randolph County: 18,089
  62. St. Francis County: 26,900
  63. Saline County: 96,212
  64. Scott County: 11,304
  65. Searcy County: 8,087
  66. Sebastian County: 121,766
  67. Sevier County: 16,325
  68. Sharp County: 17,848
  69. Stone County: 11,971
  70. Union County: 43,230
  71. Van Buren County: 16,507
  72. Washington County: 194,292
  73. White County: 73,441
  74. Woodruff County: 7,649
  75. Yell County: 21,786
California: 36,553,215
  1. Alameda County: 1,464,202
  2. Alpine County: 1,145
  3. Amador County: 38,678
  4. Butte County: 218,779
  5. Calaveras County: 46,844
  6. Colusa County: 21,302
  7. Contra Costa County: 1,019,640
  8. Del Norte County: 29,022
  9. El Dorado County: 175,689
  10. Fresno County: 899,348
  11. Glenn County: 28,111
  12. Humboldt County: 128,864
  13. Imperial County: 161,867
  14. Inyo County: 17,449
  15. Kern County: 790,710
  16. Kings County: 148,875
  17. Lake County: 64,664
  18. Lassen County: 35,031
  19. Los Angeles County: 9,878,554
  20. Madera County: 146,513
  21. Marin County: 248,096
  22. Mariposa County: 18,036
  23. Mendocino County: 86,273
  24. Merced County: 245,514
  25. Modoc County: 9,197
  26. Mono County: 12,801
  27. Monterey County: 407,637
  28. Napa County: 132,565
  29. Nevada County: 97,027
  30. Orange County: 2,997,033
  31. Placer County: 332,920
  32. Plumas County: 20,615
  33. Riverside County: 2,073,571
  34. Sacramento County: 1,386,667
  35. San Benito County: 54,667
  36. San Bernardino County: 2,007,800
  37. San Diego County: 2,974,859
  38. San Francisco County: 764,976
  39. San Joaquin County: 670,990
  40. San Luis Obispo County: 262,436
  41. San Mateo County: 706,984
  42. Santa Barbara County: 404,197
  43. Santa Clara County: 1,748,976
  44. Santa Cruz County: 251,747
  45. Shasta County: 179,427
  46. Sierra County: 3,328
  47. Siskiyou County: 44,296
  48. Solano County: 408,599
  49. Sonoma County: 464,435
  50. Stanislaus County: 511,263
  51. Sutter County: 92,040
  52. Tehama County: 61,114
  53. Trinity County: 14,177
  54. Tulare County: 421,553
  55. Tuolumne County: 55,806
  56. Ventura County: 798,364
  57. Yolo County: 195,844
  58. Yuba County: 72,098
Colorado: 4,861,515
  1. Adams County: 422,495
  2. Alamosa County: 15,313
  3. Arapahoe County: 545,089
  4. Archuleta County: 12,572
  5. Baca County: 3,871
  6. Bent County: 5,844
  7. Boulder County: 290,262
  8. Broomfield County: 53,691
  9. Chaffee County: 16,781
  10. Cheyenne County: 1,763
  11. Clear Creek County: 8,956
  12. Conejos County: 8,074
  13. Costilla County: 3,309
  14. Crowley County: 6,643
  15. Custer County: 4,025
  16. Delta County: 30,334
  17. Denver County: 588,349
  18. Dolores County: 1,914
  19. Douglas County: 272,117
  20. Eagle County: 51,359
  21. Elbert County: 22,720
  22. El Paso County: 587,272
  23. Fremont County: 47,389
  24. Garfield County: 53,631
  25. Gilpin County: 5,091
  26. Grand County: 13,612
  27. Gunnison County: 14,973
  28. Hinsdale County: 838
  29. Huerfano County: 7,837
  30. Jackson County: 1,381
  31. Jefferson County: 529,354
  32. Kiowa County: 1,332
  33. Kit Carson County: 7,928
  34. Lake County: 7,913
  35. La Plata County: 49,555
  36. Larimer County: 287,574
  37. Las Animas County: 16,010
  38. Lincoln County: 5,326
  39. Logan County: 21,055
  40. Mesa County: 139,082
  41. Mineral County: 962
  42. Moffat County: 13,648
  43. Montezuma County: 25,221
  44. Montrose County: 39,527
  45. Morgan County: 27,961
  46. Otero County: 18,854
  47. Ouray County: 4,378
  48. Park County: 17,004
  49. Phillips County: 4,499
  50. Pitkin County: 15,106
  51. Prowers County: 13,181
  52. Pueblo County: 154,538
  53. Rio Blanco County: 6,227
  54. Rio Grande County: 11,627
  55. Routt County: 22,382
  56. Saguache County: 6,920
  57. San Juan County: 559
  58. San Miguel County: 7,533
  59. Sedgwick County: 2,340
  60. Summit County: 26,547
  61. Teller County: 21,824
  62. Washington County: 4,627
  63. Weld County: 243,750
  64. Yuma County: 9,666
Connecticut: 3,502,309
  1. Fairfield County: 895,015
  2. Hartford County: 876,824
  3. Litchfield County: 188,273
  4. Middlesex County: 164,150
  5. New Haven County: 845,494
  6. New London County: 267,376
  7. Tolland County: 148,139
  8. Windham County: 117,038
Delaware: 864,764
  1. Kent County: 152,255
  2. New Castle County: 528,218
  3. Sussex County: 184,291
Florida:Georgia:Hawaii:Idaho:Illinois:Indiana:Iowa:Kansas:Kentucky:Louisiana:Maine:Maryland:Massachusetts:Michigan:Minnesota:Mississippi:Missouri:Montana:Nebraska:Nevada:New Hampshire:New Jersey:New Mexico:New York:North Carolina:North Dakota:Ohio:Oklahoma:Oregon:Pennsylvania:Rhode Island:South Carolina:South Dakota:Tennessee:Texas:Utah:Vermont:Virginia:Washington:West Virginia: 1,812,035
  1. Barbour County: 15,532
  2. Berkeley County: 99,734
  3. Boone County: 25,201
  4. Braxton County: 14,639
  5. Brooke County: 23,661
  6. Cabell County: 94,435
  7. Calhoun County: 7,201
  8. Clay County: 10,120
  9. Doddridge County: 7,262
  10. Fayette County: 46,334
  11. Gilmer County: 6,907
  12. Grant County: 11,925
  13. Greenbrier County: 34,586
  14. Hampshire County: 22,577
  15. Hancock County: 30,189
  16. Hardy County: 13,661
  17. Harrison County: 68,309
  18. Jackson County: 28,223
  19. Jefferson County: 50,832
  20. Kanawha County: 191,306
  21. Lewis County: 17,145
  22. Lincoln County: 22,322
  23. Logan County: 35,629
  24. McDowell County: 22,991
  25. Marion County: 56,728
  26. Marshall County: 33,148
  27. Mason County: 25,546
  28. Mercer County: 61,350
  29. Mineral County: 26,722
  30. Mingo County: 26,755
  31. Monongalia County: 87,516
  32. Monroe County: 13,537
  33. Morgan County: 16,351
  34. Nicholas County: 26,160
  35. Ohio County: 44,398
  36. Pendleton County: 7,650
  37. Pleasants County: 7,183
  38. Pocahontas County: 8,571
  39. Preston County: 30,254
  40. Putnam County: 55,001
  41. Raleigh County: 79,170
  42. Randolph County: 28,292
  43. Ritchie County: 10,371
  44. Roane County: 15,295
  45. Summers County: 13,202
  46. Taylor County: 16,117
  47. Tucker County: 6,868
  48. Tyler County: 8,952
  49. Upshur County: 23,508
  50. Wayne County: 41,231
  51. Webster County: 9,435
  52. Wetzel County: 16,432
  53. Wirt County: 5,809
  54. Wood County: 86,088
  55. Wyoming County: 23,674
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