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New Utah Population Statistics Released

Utah_Locator_Map.PNGThe U.S. Census Bureau has recently released new Census population totals for Utah, which were gathered during the 2010 Census. The totals show that all Utah counties had population growths between 2000 and 2010, with the top five counties being:

  • Wasatch County (54.7%)
  • Washington County (52.9%)
  • Tooele County (42.9%)
  • Utah County (40.2%)
  • Iron County (36.7%)
The cities with the most population growth are:
  • Lehi (149.1%)
  • South Jordan and Spanish Fork (tied at 71.3%)
  • Draper (67.6%)
  • Riverton (54.9%)

The data also show an increase in population diversity. The Hispanic population grew 77.8%, the African-American population grew 60.8%, and the Asian population grew 48.5%.

The population tables are available here.


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