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Vintage 2002: County Tables

Popular Tables

The Population Estimates Program publishes total population estimates and demographic components of change by age, sex, race, & Hispanic origin for the U.S. The reference date for these estimates is July 1, 2002.

County Totals

Annual Population Estimates by County: 2000 to 2002

Population Change by County: 2001 to 2002

Population Change by County: 2000 to 2002

Births, Deaths, and Migration by County: 2002

Births, Deaths, and Migration by County: 2001

Births, Deaths, and Migration by County: 2000

Births, Deaths, and Migration by County: 2002 to 2002

Rates of Birth, Death, and Migration by County: 2002

100 Largest U.S. Counties in 2002

  • Population Estimates for the 100 Largest U.S. Counties: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2002 [XLS - 15k] | [CSV - 15k]

100 Fastest Growing U.S. Counties in 2002

  • 100 Fastest Growing U.S. Counties with 10,000 or more Population in 2002: July 1, 2001 to July 1, 2002 [XLS - 30k] | [CSV - 7k]

See changes to County, Incorporated Place, and County Subdivision Geography since 2000.

See Population Estimate Changes for Counties in 2001 as brought about through the Challenge Process


County Characteristics

Population by Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Population Estimates |  Last Revised: December 08, 2011