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Leavenworth County, Kansas

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Population Estimates, July 1, 2022, (V2022)

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62,000
124,000
186,000
248,000
310,000
372,000
434,000
496,000
558,000
620,000
Johnson County, Kansas
619,195
Sedgwick County, Kansas
525,525
Shawnee County, Kansas
177,480
Wyandotte County, Kansas
165,746
Douglas County, Kansas
119,964
Leavenworth County, Kansas
82,892
Riley County, Kansas
71,108
Butler County, Kansas
68,240
Reno County, Kansas
61,516
Saline County, Kansas
53,596
Crawford County, Kansas
39,078
Finney County, Kansas
37,650
Geary County, Kansas
35,691
Miami County, Kansas
34,867
Cowley County, Kansas
34,453
Ford County, Kansas
33,848
Harvey County, Kansas
33,801
Lyon County, Kansas
31,898
Montgomery County, Kansas
30,996
McPherson County, Kansas
30,012
Ellis County, Kansas
28,941
Pottawatomie County, Kansas
26,273
Franklin County, Kansas
25,992
Barton County, Kansas
25,080
Sumner County, Kansas
22,473
Seward County, Kansas
21,358
Labette County, Kansas
19,757
Cherokee County, Kansas
19,088
Dickinson County, Kansas
18,430
Jefferson County, Kansas
18,344
Atchison County, Kansas
16,108
Osage County, Kansas
15,654
Neosho County, Kansas
15,606
Bourbon County, Kansas
14,493
Jackson County, Kansas
13,286
Allen County, Kansas
12,579
Marion County, Kansas
11,868
Nemaha County, Kansas
10,115
Marshall County, Kansas
9,982
Linn County, Kansas
9,796
Rice County, Kansas
9,407
Brown County, Kansas
9,364
Pratt County, Kansas
9,067
Cloud County, Kansas
8,946
Wilson County, Kansas
8,622
Coffey County, Kansas
8,280
Clay County, Kansas
8,043
Thomas County, Kansas
7,893
Anderson County, Kansas
7,776
Doniphan County, Kansas
7,440
Grant County, Kansas
7,197
Kingman County, Kansas
7,193
Wabaunsee County, Kansas
7,019
Russell County, Kansas
6,639
Ellsworth County, Kansas
6,355
Pawnee County, Kansas
6,179
Greenwood County, Kansas
5,939
Sherman County, Kansas
5,830
Ottawa County, Kansas
5,795
Mitchell County, Kansas
5,738
Gray County, Kansas
5,729
Washington County, Kansas
5,501
Morris County, Kansas
5,349
Harper County, Kansas
5,323
Norton County, Kansas
5,301
Stevens County, Kansas
5,175
Scott County, Kansas
5,014
Rooks County, Kansas
4,813
Phillips County, Kansas
4,809
Republic County, Kansas
4,642
Barber County, Kansas
4,122
Stafford County, Kansas
3,993
Meade County, Kansas
3,897
Kearny County, Kansas
3,855
Haskell County, Kansas
3,576
Smith County, Kansas
3,533
Osborne County, Kansas
3,490
Chautauqua County, Kansas
3,415
Woodson County, Kansas
3,109
Rush County, Kansas
2,927
Lincoln County, Kansas
2,899
Jewell County, Kansas
2,898
Trego County, Kansas
2,752
Edwards County, Kansas
2,739
Gove County, Kansas
2,717
Logan County, Kansas
2,705
Decatur County, Kansas
2,689
Ness County, Kansas
2,645
Morton County, Kansas
2,599
Cheyenne County, Kansas
2,583
Chase County, Kansas
2,548
Rawlins County, Kansas
2,528
Elk County, Kansas
2,441
Hamilton County, Kansas
2,430
Sheridan County, Kansas
2,425
Graham County, Kansas
2,411
Kiowa County, Kansas
2,404
Wichita County, Kansas
2,064
Stanton County, Kansas
1,963
Clark County, Kansas
1,933
Hodgeman County, Kansas
1,755
Comanche County, Kansas
1,681
Lane County, Kansas
1,556
Wallace County, Kansas
1,488
Greeley County, Kansas
1,223
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62,000
124,000
186,000
248,000
310,000
372,000
434,000
496,000
558,000
620,000
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.

The vintage year (e.g., V2023) refers to the final year of the series (2020 thru 2023). Different vintage years of estimates are not comparable.

In Vintage 2022, as a result of the formal request from the state, Connecticut transitioned from eight counties to nine planning regions. For more details, please see the Vintage 2022 release notes available here: Release Notes.

Users should exercise caution when comparing 2018-2022 ACS 5-year estimates to other ACS estimates. For more information, please visit the 2022 5-year ACS Comparison Guidance page.

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