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Carroll County, Tennessee; Haywood County, Tennessee

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Population estimates, July 1, 2023, (V2023)

0
92,000
184,000
276,000
368,000
460,000
552,000
644,000
736,000
828,000
920,000
Shelby County, Tennessee
910,042
Davidson County, Tennessee
712,334
Knox County, Tennessee
500,669
Hamilton County, Tennessee
379,864
Rutherford County, Tennessee
367,101
Williamson County, Tennessee
264,460
Montgomery County, Tennessee
239,872
Sumner County, Tennessee
207,994
Wilson County, Tennessee
163,674
Sullivan County, Tennessee
162,135
Blount County, Tennessee
141,456
Washington County, Tennessee
138,420
Bradley County, Tennessee
111,579
Maury County, Tennessee
110,760
Sevier County, Tennessee
99,415
Madison County, Tennessee
99,193
Putnam County, Tennessee
83,844
Anderson County, Tennessee
80,234
Robertson County, Tennessee
76,776
Greene County, Tennessee
72,577
Hamblen County, Tennessee
66,216
Cumberland County, Tennessee
64,760
Tipton County, Tennessee
62,015
Coffee County, Tennessee
60,633
Loudon County, Tennessee
60,591
Hawkins County, Tennessee
58,600
Jefferson County, Tennessee
57,838
Carter County, Tennessee
57,022
Dickson County, Tennessee
56,729
Roane County, Tennessee
56,096
McMinn County, Tennessee
55,678
Bedford County, Tennessee
53,055
Gibson County, Tennessee
51,045
Monroe County, Tennessee
48,594
Lawrence County, Tennessee
46,114
Franklin County, Tennessee
44,654
Fayette County, Tennessee
44,175
Warren County, Tennessee
42,638
Cheatham County, Tennessee
42,254
Campbell County, Tennessee
40,223
Cocke County, Tennessee
37,404
Marshall County, Tennessee
36,961
Dyer County, Tennessee
36,498
Lincoln County, Tennessee
36,169
Rhea County, Tennessee
33,924
Weakley County, Tennessee
33,084
Claiborne County, Tennessee
32,654
Henry County, Tennessee
32,554
Giles County, Tennessee
30,721
Obion County, Tennessee
30,411
Marion County, Tennessee
29,382
Carroll County, Tennessee
28,860
White County, Tennessee
28,692
Henderson County, Tennessee
28,070
Hardin County, Tennessee
27,229
Macon County, Tennessee
26,793
McNairy County, Tennessee
26,163
Hickman County, Tennessee
25,826
Hardeman County, Tennessee
25,567
Grainger County, Tennessee
24,681
Lauderdale County, Tennessee
24,610
Overton County, Tennessee
23,327
Scott County, Tennessee
22,171
Morgan County, Tennessee
21,573
DeKalb County, Tennessee
21,225
Union County, Tennessee
20,741
Smith County, Tennessee
20,538
Fentress County, Tennessee
19,696
Humphreys County, Tennessee
19,209
Johnson County, Tennessee
18,375
Polk County, Tennessee
18,033
Unicoi County, Tennessee
17,756
Chester County, Tennessee
17,606
Haywood County, Tennessee
17,328
Sequatchie County, Tennessee
17,161
Benton County, Tennessee
16,103
Wayne County, Tennessee
16,066
Cannon County, Tennessee
15,063
Bledsoe County, Tennessee
15,060
Stewart County, Tennessee
14,222
Crockett County, Tennessee
13,982
Grundy County, Tennessee
13,955
Meigs County, Tennessee
13,691
Lewis County, Tennessee
13,066
Jackson County, Tennessee
12,363
Trousdale County, Tennessee
12,271
Decatur County, Tennessee
11,656
Perry County, Tennessee
8,891
Houston County, Tennessee
8,393
Clay County, Tennessee
7,714
Hancock County, Tennessee
6,956
Moore County, Tennessee
6,748
Van Buren County, Tennessee
6,493
Lake County, Tennessee
6,347
Pickett County, Tennessee
5,128
0
92,000
184,000
276,000
368,000
460,000
552,000
644,000
736,000
828,000
920,000
Value Notes

Methodology differences may exist between data sources, and so estimates from different sources are not comparable.

Some estimates presented here come from sample data, and thus have sampling errors that may render some apparent differences between geographies statistically indistinguishable. Click the Quick Info icon to the left of each row in TABLE view to learn about sampling error.

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