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2000-2009 Population Estimates

Note: All estimates are revised with each new release, that includes previous years' data. For example, the population values estimated for the year 2004 have changed since the 2004 release.

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Current Estimates Series, post-Census 2010

  • Current Series of Population Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico
    • National
      • Annual Estimates: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-01) XLS | CSV
      • Cumulative Estimates: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-02) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-03) XLS | CSV
      • Cumulative Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-04) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-05) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of the Annual Rates of the Components of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-06) XLS | CSV
      • Downloadable Datasets
        • Population, population change and estimated components of population change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-alldata) File Layout (PDF) | Data (CSV)
        • Population change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-popchg2010-2011) File Layout (PDF) | Data (CSV)
      • National Population Estimates Methodology (PDF)
    • State
      • Annual Estimates: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-01) XLS | CSV
      • Cumulative Estimates: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-02) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-03) XLS | CSV
      • Cumulative Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-04) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-05) XLS | CSV
      • Estimates of the Annual Rates of the Components of Resident Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (NST-EST2011-06) XLS | CSV
      • Census Bureau's State Population Estimates Maps (external site)
    • County
      • Annual Population Estimates: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-01) Excel | CSV
      • Cumulative Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-02) Excel | CSV
      • Annual Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-03) Excel | CSV
      • Cumulative Components of Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-04) Excel | CSV
      • Annual Components of Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-05) Excel | CSV
      • Annual Rates of Components of Population Change: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-06) Excel | CSV
      • 100 Largest Counties: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-07) Excel | CSV
      • 100 Fastest Growing Counties: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-08) Excel | CSV
      • Downloadable Datasets
        • Population, population change and estimated components of population change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-alldata) Layout (PDF) | CSV
        • Population change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CO-EST2011-popchg2010-2011) Layout (PDF) | CSV
      • State and County Population Estimates Methodology PDF
      • Census Bureau's County Population Estimates Maps (external site)
    • Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas
      • Annual Estimates of the Population
        • Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-01) Excel | CSV
        • Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-02) Excel | CSV
      • Population Change and Rankings
        • Estimates of Population Change for Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Rankings: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-05) Excel | CSV
        • Estimates of Population Change for Micropolitan Statistical Areas and Rankings: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-06) Excel | CSV
        • Cumulative Estimates of Population Change for Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Rankings: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-07) Excel | CSV
        • Cumulative Estimates of Population Change for Micropolitan Statistical Areas and Rankings: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-08) Excel | CSV
        • Cumulative Estimates of Population Change for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas in Puerto Rico and Rankings: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-09) Excel | CSV
      • Components of Population Change
        • Estimates of the Components of Population Change for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-10) Excel | CSV
        • Cumulative Estimates of the Components of Population Change for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-11) Excel | CSV
      • Population and Population Change by CBSA Status
        • Population and Percent Distribution by Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) Status for the United States, Regions, and Divisions, and for Puerto Rico: 2010 and 2011 (CBSA-EST2011 -12) Excel | CSV
        • Cumulative Estimates of Population Change by Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) Status for the United States, Regions, and Divisions, and for Puerto Rico: 2010 to 2011 (CBSA- EST2011-13) Excel | CSV
      • Downloadable Datasets
        • Metropolitan and micropolitan statistical area population and estimated components of change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CBSA-EST2011-alldata) Layout (TXT) | CSV
        • Combined statistical area population and estimated components of change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (CSA-EST2011-alldata) Layout (TXT) | CSV
      • Census Bureau's MSA Population Estimates Maps (external site)
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1970 to 1979 Preliminary Estimates of the Intercensal Population

FIPS
Code
County Census
1970
Estimate
1971
Estimate
1972
Estimate
1973
Estimate
1974
Estimate
1975
Estimate
1976
Estimate
1977
Estimate
1978
Estimate
1979
05000 Arkansas 1,923,322 1,972,000 2,018,000 2,058,000 2,100,000 2,158,000 2,169,000 2,207,000 2,241,000 2,269,000
05001 Arkansas Co. 23,347 23,300 23,200 23,600 23,700 23,900 24,200 23,900 24,400 24,100
05003 Ashley Co. 24,976 25,400 25,600 25,500 25,500 25,800 26,200 26,600 26,900 26,700
05005 Baxter Co. 15,319 16,600 18,200 19,900 21,300 22,700 24,500 26,100 26,500 27,100
05007 Benton Co. 50,476 53,400 57,200 59,600 62,300 63,200 66,700 70,700 73,500 76,500
05009 Boone Co. 19,073 19,300 20,200 21,000 21,600 22,800 23,000 23,700 24,300 25,400
05011 Bradley Co. 12,778 13,100 13,300 13,300 13,200 13,300 13,700 13,800 14,000 14,000
05013 Calhoun Co. 5,573 5,500 5,500 5,600 5,700 5,900 5,700 5,700 5,800 6,000
05015 Carroll Co. 12,301 12,600 13,300 13,800 14,400 14,600 15,000 15,200 15,500 15,600
05017 Chicot Co. 18,164 17,800 17,200 18,000 18,200 18,000 18,000 17,800 17,900 18,000
05019 Clark Co. 21,537 21,900 21,600 22,200 21,700 23,000 22,800 23,100 23,100 23,600
05021 Clay Co. 18,771 19,700 20,100 20,200 20,200 20,600 21,200 21,000 20,900 21,200
05023 Cleburne Co. 10,349 11,100 11,900 12,800 13,500 14,700 14,900 15,800 16,200 16,700
05025 Cleveland Co. 6,605 6,400 7,300 7,000 7,200 7,200 7,200 7,300 7,500 7,700
05027 Columbia Co. 25,952 26,900 26,300 25,800 25,900 26,000 25,800 26,100 26,400 26,300
05029 Conway Co. 16,805 17,000 17,200 17,600 18,100 18,400 19,000 19,000 19,100 19,400
05031 Craighead Co. 52,068 55,300 56,400 57,500 58,000 58,700 60,600 61,600 62,700 63,300
05033 Crawford Co. 25,677 27,200 28,400 28,700 30,000 30,800 32,300 34,500 35,600 36,400
05035 Crittenden Co. 48,106 47,200 47,700 49,600 49,200 49,300 48,700 48,400 48,200 49,200
05037 Cross Co. 19,783 19,900 19,600 20,000 20,100 20,800 20,600 20,800 21,000 20,900
05039 Dallas Co. 10,022 10,400 10,400 10,500 10,400 10,400 10,400 10,500 10,500 10,600
05041 Desha Co. 18,761 18,800 18,800 18,700 18,500 18,600 18,700 19,100 20,100 19,800
05043 Drew Co. 15,157 15,100 15,700 16,000 16,500 16,500 17,100 17,500 17,900 18,200
05045 Faulkner Co. 31,578 33,400 34,400 36,500 38,600 39,100 40,100 41,900 43,600 45,200
05047 Franklin Co. 11,301 11,400 11,900 12,300 12,700 13,400 13,300 13,700 14,200 14,600
05049 Fulton Co. 7,699 8,500 8,600 8,900 9,100 9,400 9,800 9,800 9,800 9,800
05051 Garland Co. 54,131 57,200 59,200 61,300 63,700 64,100 65,700 67,500 68,500 70,000
05053 Grant Co. 9,711 10,300 11,100 11,300 11,800 12,000 12,200 12,400 12,800 12,900
05055 Greene Co. 24,765 26,000 27,000 27,800 28,400 28,500 29,300 30,100 30,700 31,200
05057 Hempstead Co. 19,308 19,900 20,300 20,900 21,200 21,400 21,800 22,300 22,700 23,200
05059 Hot Spring Co. 21,963 22,300 23,300 23,800 24,300 25,400 25,100 25,500 26,100 26,700
05061 Howard Co. 11,412 12,000 12,800 12,900 12,900 13,000 13,000 13,200 13,200 13,400
05063 Independence Co. 22,723 23,800 24,500 24,600 24,800 24,800 26,000 27,400 28,500 29,000
05065 Izard Co. 7,381 7,900 8,600 9,100 9,400 9,700 9,900 10,100 10,100 10,400
05067 Jackson Co. 20,452 21,500 21,700 21,800 21,900 21,500 22,000 22,000 22,000 21,900
05069 Jefferson Co. 85,329 84,500 84,900 84,800 85,400 84,900 85,600 86,200 88,000 89,500
05071 Johnson Co. 13,630 14,100 14,700 15,300 16,000 15,700 16,400 16,900 17,500 17,500
05073 Lafayette Co. 10,018 10,000 9,700 9,900 9,800 10,000 10,100 10,200 10,400 10,200
05075 Lawrence Co. 16,320 16,800 17,300 17,500 17,800 18,000 18,500 18,400 18,400 18,200
05077 Lee Co. 18,884 18,000 17,700 17,000 16,800 17,100 17,000 16,700 16,300 15,800
05079 Lincoln Co. 12,913 12,800 12,800 12,400 12,700 13,300 13,300 13,100 13,100 13,300
05081 Little River Co. 11,194 12,100 11,800 12,200 12,300 12,700 12,900 13,300 13,500 14,500
05083 Logan Co. 16,789 17,200 17,800 18,300 18,700 19,100 19,400 19,600 20,000 20,100
05085 Lonoke Co. 26,249 26,400 27,300 29,300 30,100 30,900 31,800 32,100 33,600 34,300
05087 Madison Co. 9,453 9,500 9,700 9,800 9,800 10,200 10,600 10,700 10,800 10,900
05089 Marion Co. 7,000 7,500 8,100 8,500 8,900 9,300 10,000 10,800 11,200 11,400
05091 Miller Co. 33,385 34,500 34,900 35,000 35,100 36,400 36,600 36,500 36,400 37,400
05093 Mississippi Co. 62,060 61,600 61,500 60,100 60,700 62,500 61,100 61,000 61,500 60,500
05095 Monroe Co. 15,657 15,100 14,700 14,700 14,200 14,700 14,500 14,500 14,300 14,200
05097 Montgomery Co. 5,821 5,700 6,200 6,400 6,800 7,100 7,300 7,400 7,400 7,600
05099 Nevada Co. 10,111 10,200 10,600 10,700 10,600 10,700 10,600 10,900 11,100 11,300
05101 Newton Co. 5,844 6,000 6,400 6,600 6,700 7,000 7,200 7,500 7,500 7,700
05103 Ouachita Co. 30,896 30,200 30,300 30,500 30,300 30,400 30,400 30,200 30,300 30,400
05105 Perry Co. 5,634 5,900 6,300 6,400 6,600 6,800 6,900 7,300 7,300 7,500
05107 Phillips Co. 40,046 39,000 38,200 37,700 37,300 37,600 37,000 36,400 36,400 35,500
05109 Pike Co. 8,711 9,300 9,500 9,500 9,700 9,800 9,600 9,700 9,900 10,400
05111 Poinsett Co. 26,843 27,200 27,300 27,500 27,700 27,600 27,600 28,000 27,500 27,500
05113 Polk Co. 13,297 14,300 14,500 15,000 15,200 15,800 16,400 17,300 17,400 17,100
05115 Pope Co. 28,607 30,600 32,300 33,400 34,100 34,900 35,400 36,300 37,400 38,000
05117 Prairie Co. 10,249 10,600 10,500 10,600 10,500 10,800 10,600 10,400 10,300 10,000
05119 Pulaski Co. 287,189 295,000 302,600 308,600 318,600 320,900 325,800 328,900 332,100 333,800
05121 Randolph Co. 12,645 13,000 13,400 14,100 14,900 15,900 16,000 16,200 16,500 16,700
05123 St. Francis Co. 30,799 30,100 30,900 31,200 31,000 31,100 31,200 31,400 31,500 31,000
05125 Saline Co. 36,107 39,400 40,200 42,000 44,400 45,100 46,200 48,200 50,100 51,700
05127 Scott Co. 8,207 8,900 9,100 9,200 9,300 9,600 9,500 9,600 9,300 9,500
05129 Searcy Co. 7,731 8,100 8,000 8,100 8,200 8,500 8,800 9,100 8,800 8,900
05131 Sebastian Co. 79,237 81,900 83,800 84,700 86,700 112,700 90,600 92,800 94,300 94,400
05133 Sevier Co. 11,272 11,800 12,600 12,600 12,900 13,200 13,300 13,300 13,400 13,800
05135 Sharp Co. 8,233 8,900 9,800 10,400 10,900 11,400 12,300 13,000 13,500 14,300
05137 Stone Co. 6,838 7,200 7,300 7,600 7,600 7,900 8,100 8,200 8,400 8,800
05139 Union Co. 45,428 44,900 45,200 45,600 46,200 46,500 47,200 48,200 49,200 50,100
05141 Van Buren Co. 8,275 8,800 9,200 10,000 10,500 10,700 11,200 12,000 12,700 13,200
05143 Washington Co. 77,370 79,600 83,700 86,100 88,700 89,500 91,100 93,900 95,800 98,300
05145 White Co. 39,253 41,600 42,800 44,200 45,500 46,400 47,500 48,300 49,200 50,000
05147 Woodruff Co. 11,566 10,700 10,400 10,500 10,300 11,000 10,800 10,900 11,100 11,200
05149 Yell Co. 14,208 15,000 15,800 16,400 16,700 17,300 17,600 17,900 17,700 17,400
Note: State Estimates are rounded to thousands, county estimates are rounded to hundreds. Unrounded estimates are not available.
Source:
U.S. Bureau of the Census
Population Estimates and Population Distribution Branches
Issued April 1982

Processed by Demographic Research, Institute for Economic Advancement at UALR

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1980 to 1989 Intercensal Estimates

FIPS
Code
CountyCensus
1980
Estimate
1981
Estimate
1982
Estimate
1983
Estimate
1984
Estimate
1985
Estimate
1986
Estimate
1987
Estimate
1988
Estimate
1989
05000Arkansas2,286,3582,293,2042,294,2542,305,7662,319,7672,327,0462,331,9882,342,3572,342,6552,346,354
05001Arkansas Co.24,17524,20324,11423,83523,39823,01222,57322,17421,84721,705
05003Ashley Co.26,53826,82926,27325,97126,04526,08825,40125,17624,93024,582
05005Baxter Co.27,40927,71628,02428,72929,43529,58630,09730,64330,90630,927
05007Benton Co.78,11579,24080,22081,85084,04685,83787,74790,92293,09694,972
05009Boone Co.26,06726,27126,45626,91527,37327,56327,70127,89128,12328,269
05011Bradley Co.13,80313,58313,38813,18413,08112,88212,59512,28712,11912,012
05013Calhoun Co.6,0796,0416,1136,0816,0886,0676,0126,0475,9625,885
05015Carroll Co.16,20316,30916,41116,96917,23717,53117,85818,15518,29718,376
05017Chicot Co.17,79317,86418,03217,92917,68817,25616,92916,61816,31915,985
05019Clark Co.23,32623,23222,99723,13322,91122,81422,65322,13221,94121,645
05021Clay Co.20,61620,21320,07819,96219,74619,33318,97918,80018,58218,320
05023Cleburne Co.16,90916,91017,31517,75318,30818,48618,56918,85218,95419,151
05025Cleveland Co.7,8687,9477,8847,9687,8997,8677,9757,9267,9307,881
05027Columbia Co.26,64426,79226,97427,01926,96126,71726,32026,21526,13325,957
05029Conway Co.19,50519,33519,24919,39119,63619,44119,35519,31419,22319,129
05031Craighead Co.63,23963,42863,04663,02063,67464,06864,29865,62166,78867,845
05033Crawford Co.36,89237,06937,15237,65638,43539,02839,90140,47541,25942,005
05035Crittenden Co.49,49949,39049,34749,42149,30949,36549,38549,50350,02750,057
05037Cross Co.20,43420,50920,49720,28920,23420,05219,84219,68319,50719,321
05039Dallas Co.10,51510,48210,51210,51810,36310,23010,13710,0629,8679,719
05041Desha Co.19,76019,53219,36119,07218,79318,49218,21517,75617,34417,067
05043Drew Co.17,91017,96117,90217,86817,81317,98517,68117,57017,43617,543
05045Faulkner Co.46,19246,86447,33848,38749,86551,65953,06254,85656,51958,442
05047Franklin Co.14,70514,64314,80215,00015,09515,03615,03415,07214,98614,957
05049Fulton Co.9,9759,9539,86410,07410,11510,06810,02410,01910,0229,935
05051Garland Co.70,53170,44570,53471,45572,17272,20972,48773,24472,82173,195
05053Grant Co.13,00812,99612,84013,00213,06313,13113,39813,50813,79413,886
05055Greene Co.30,74430,62930,85530,87530,99931,25831,39731,37331,40131,589
05057Hempstead Co.23,63523,36423,24223,17023,09222,71322,30222,05921,80621,648
05059Hot Spring Co.26,81926,67326,41526,63326,75926,81626,83526,90226,41126,234
05061Howard Co.13,45913,47513,45213,58313,71613,66913,68713,65813,61013,584
05063Independence Co.30,14730,77131,36831,65531,61131,36831,42431,41031,12331,386
05065Izard Co.10,76810,78010,74310,91310,88510,90910,94910,98911,06711,244
05067Jackson Co.21,64621,32921,21621,11020,82520,28019,70819,38219,23219,015
05069Jefferson Co.90,71890,54289,52488,85288,47688,01187,46787,52587,09386,537
05071Johnson Co.17,42317,73017,88317,99918,19718,19218,35918,23818,08218,119
05073Lafayette Co.10,21310,17210,13110,18510,29610,18610,0519,9999,8019,833
05075Lawrence Co.18,44718,60718,46518,39318,30918,15218,07218,00417,66217,617
05077Lee Co.15,53915,55015,36615,20214,90514,69314,27414,02513,67013,357
05079Lincoln Co.13,36913,39413,13013,13413,18613,01412,99513,20213,53813,567
05081Little River Co.13,95214,02113,93313,93313,95314,01713,86113,78613,85613,935
05083Logan Co.20,14420,22520,26020,20520,57520,73520,70820,69020,55020,543
05085Lonoke Co.34,51834,72135,08035,66536,13736,44937,30837,82038,14638,769
05087Madison Co.11,37311,33211,30011,53111,66411,72011,64911,73411,63011,578
05089Marion Co.11,33411,40011,52311,61411,81011,75411,83211,92512,00812,058
05091Miller Co.37,76638,19938,50139,00239,05738,66439,11839,21539,29138,693
05093Mississippi Co.59,51759,04759,34059,08559,56659,25258,64657,98957,79557,776
05095Monroe Co.14,05213,76313,70513,41413,04312,75612,41612,20011,82911,554
05097Montgomery Co.7,7717,6167,5717,6197,7247,8557,8057,9217,9087,837
05099Nevada Co.11,09711,07211,03610,97110,90410,88610,80510,71410,52310,271
05101Newton Co.7,7567,6847,6197,8427,8287,8527,8627,8287,7857,668
05103Ouachita Co.30,54130,74530,92331,29531,74531,98431,94631,75031,54731,419
05105Perry Co.7,2667,3757,4807,5827,7057,7077,8297,9868,0427,967
05107Phillips Co.34,77234,24433,59633,04632,62632,31931,55130,48529,74429,254
05109Pike Co.10,37310,31010,11510,09010,07810,1099,99410,08810,18710,104
05111Poinsett Co.27,03226,66626,25726,04525,74325,67725,53425,43025,15124,869
05113Polk Co.17,00717,25717,08117,21417,37317,24317,03017,02317,24317,351
05115Pope Co.38,96440,03740,34240,81341,46942,43243,24544,00144,50344,948
05117Prairie Co.10,14010,08110,09910,0459,9259,8959,8589,8209,6819,601
05119Pulaski Co.340,598342,498343,579344,932347,551350,003351,647352,897350,206350,020
05121Randolph Co.16,83416,56616,32916,45616,28616,51416,39716,44116,35416,481
05123St. Francis Co.30,85830,84230,94230,68330,69030,52830,40930,04029,37428,854
05125Saline Co.53,15654,03554,98955,62756,33757,37558,87560,55562,02663,352
05127Scott Co.9,6859,6359,5949,6549,7129,99510,11710,35910,35510,269
05129Searcy Co.8,8478,7228,7528,7088,6728,5408,5278,4048,2007,986
05131Sebastian Co.95,17295,91695,36896,25597,48298,19198,66399,46899,977100,100
05133Sevier Co.14,06014,04313,98714,09314,09814,07213,82213,80613,57913,417
05135Sharp Co.14,60714,70114,37414,65514,66114,47914,39114,38714,25814,095
05137Stone Co.9,0229,1309,1219,2989,3099,3479,4639,5709,5689,619
05139Union Co.48,57348,48148,54748,49148,55848,49948,04047,80947,47746,725
05141Van Buren Co.13,35713,32113,52013,66913,81813,88013,88713,98314,00413,958
05143Washington Co.100,494101,197101,464102,041103,516105,092106,372108,088109,560111,127
05145White Co.50,83551,36451,30851,63452,12952,05252,68853,02653,32154,092
05147Woodruff Co.11,22211,11310,93110,76410,60610,60210,36210,1449,8669,734
05149Yell Co.17,02617,07217,17517,64017,37817,50717,58317,68817,88317,832
Source:
U.S. Bureau of the Census
Population Estimates and Population Distribution Branches
Issued March 1992

Processed by Demographic Research, Institute for Economic Advancement at UALR

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1980 to 1990, Demographic Components of Population Change

Code County April 1, 1980
Corrected
Population
Count

April 1, 1990
Population
Count

Numeric
Change
1980-1990

Percent
Change
1980-1990

Cumulative
Births
1980-1990

Cumulative
Deaths
1980-1990

Residual
Change
1980-1990
Percent
Residual
Change
1980-1990
05001 ARKANSAS 24,175 21,653 -2,522 -10.4 3,340 2,778 -3,084 -12.8
05003 ASHLEY 26,538 24,319 -2,219 -8.4 3,782 2,618 -3,383 -12.7
05005 BAXTER 27,409 31,186 3,777 13.8 2,910 4,448 5,315 19.4
05007 BENTON 78,115 97,499 19,384 24.8 12,207 8,531 15,708 20.1
05009 BOONE 26,067 28,297 2,230 8.6 3,716 2,933 1,447 5.6
05011 BRADLEY 13,803 11,793 -2,010 -14.6 1,705 1,804 -1,911 -13.8
05013 CALHOUN 6,079 5,826 -253 -4.2 715 709 -259 -4.3
05015 CARROLL 16,203 18,654 2,451 15.1 2,193 1,972 2,230 13.8
05017 CHICOT 17,793 15,713 -2,080 -11.7 3,036 2,040 -3,076 -17.3
05019 CLARK 23,326 21,437 -1,889 -8.1 2,878 2,327 -2,440 -10.5
05021 CLAY 20,616 18,107 -2,509 -12.2 2,232 2,644 -2,097 -10.2
05023 CLEBURNE 16,909 19,411 2,502 14.8 1,871 2,191 2,822 16.7
05025 CLEVELAND 7,868 7,781 -87 -1.1 951 840 -198 -2.5
05027 COLUMBIA 26,644 25,691 -953 -3.6 3,913 3,066 -1,800 -6.8
05029 CONWAY 19,505 19,151 -354 -1.8 2,783 2,089 -1,048 -5.4
05031 CRAIGHEAD 63,239 68,956 5,717 9.0 9,179 5,651 2,189 3.5
05033 CRAWFORD 36,892 42,493 5,601 15.2 6,027 3,577 3,151 8.5
05035 CRITTENDEN 49,499 49,939 440 0.9 9,603 4,643 -4,520 -9.1
05037 CROSS 20,434 19,225 -1,209 -5.9 3,401 2,047 -2,563 -12.5
05039 DALLAS 10,515 9,614 -901 -8.6 1,520 1,390 -1,031 -9.8
05041 DESHA 19,760 16,798 -2,962 -15.0 3,396 2,027 -4,331 -21.9
05043 DREW 17,910 17,369 -541 -3.0 2,618 1,649 -1,510 -8.4
05045 FAULKNER 46,192 60,006 13,814 29.9 7,555 4,003 10,262 22.2
05047 FRANKLIN 14,705 14,897 192 1.3 2,039 1,643 -204 -1.4
05049 FULTON 9,975 10,037 62 0.6 1,111 1,252 203 2.0
05051 GARLAND 70,531 73,397 2,866 4.1 9,179 9,579 3,266 4.6
05053 GRANT 13,008 13,948 940 7.2 1,737 1,326 529 4.1
05055 GREENE 30,744 31,804 1,060 3.4 4,054 3,192 198 0.6
05057 HEMPSTEAD 23,635 21,621 -2,014 -8.5 3,290 2,631 -2,673 -11.3
05059 HOT SPRING 26,819 26,115 -704 -2.6 3,481 2,875 -1,310 -4.9
05061 HOWARD 13,459 13,569 110 0.8 2,192 1,699 -383 -2.8
05063 INDEPENDENCE 30,147 31,192 1,045 3.5 4,327 3,093 -189 -0.6
05065 IZARD 10,768 11,364 596 5.5 1,115 1,508 989 9.2
05067 JACKSON 21,646 18,944 -2,702 -12.5 2,624 2,421 -2,905 -13.4
05069 JEFFERSON 90,718 85,487 -5,231 -5.8 14,764 8,838 -11,157 -12.3
05071 JOHNSON 17,423 18,221 798 4.6 2,438 2,153 513 2.9
05073 LAFAYETTE 10,213 9,643 -570 -5.6 1,425 1,331 -664 -6.5
05075 LAWRENCE 18,447 17,457 -990 -5.4 2,495 2,232 -1,253 -6.8
05077 LEE 15,539 13,053 -2,486 -16.0 2,716 1,764 -3,438 -22.1
05079 LINCOLN 13,369 13,690 321 2.4 1,792 1,206 -265 -2.0
05081 LITTLE RIVER 13,952 13,966 14 0.1 1,912 1,326 -572 -4.1
05083 LOGAN 20,144 20,557 413 2.1 2,865 2,409 -43 -0.2
05085 LONOKE 34,518 39,268 4,750 13.8 5,318 3,250 2,682 7.8
05087 MADISON 11,373 11,618 245 2.2 1,695 1,290 -160 -1.4
05089 MARION 11,334 12,001 667 5.9 1,334 1,379 712 6.3
05091 MILLER 37,766 38,467 701 1.9 6,162 3,968 -1,493 -4.0
05093 MISSISSIPPI 59,517 57,525 -1,992 -3.3 11,993 5,761 -8,224 -13.8
05095 MONROE 14,052 11,333 -2,719 -19.3 2,192 1,753 -3,158 -22.5
05097 MONTGOMERY 7,771 7,841 70 0.9 860 994 204 2.6
05099 NEVADA 11,097 10,101 -996 -9.0 1,396 1,389 -1,003 -9.0
05101 NEWTON 7,756 7,666 -90 -1.2 1,074 703 -461 -5.9
05103 OUACHITA 30,541 30,574 33 0.1 5,114 3,784 -1,297 -4.2
05105 PERRY 7,266 7,969 703 9.7 1,054 875 524 7.2
05107 PHILLIPS 34,772 28,838 -5,934 -17.1 6,760 4,037 -8,657 -24.9
05109 PIKE 10,373 10,086 -287 -2.8 1,365 1,186 -466 -4.5
05111 POINSETT 27,032 24,664 -2,368 -8.8 3,857 2,885 -3,340 -12.4
05113 POLK 17,007 17,347 340 2.0 2,366 2,101 75 0.4
05115 POPE 38,964 45,883 6,919 17.8 6,382 3,463 4,000 10.3
05117 PRAIRIE 10,140 9,518 -622 -6.1 1,286 1,080 -828 -8.2
05119 PULASKI 340,597 349,660 9,063 2.7 61,389 29,029 -23,297 -6.8
05121 RANDOLPH 16,834 16,558 -276 -1.6 2,122 1,839 -559 -3.3
05123 ST FRANCIS 30,858 28,497 -2,361 -7.7 5,789 3,224 -4,926 -16.0
05125 SALINE 53,156 64,183 11,027 20.7 7,586 4,030 7,471 14.1
05127 SCOTT 9,685 10,205 520 5.4 1,249 1,165 436 4.5
05129 SEARCY 8,847 7,841 -1,006 -11.4 979 999 -986 -11.1
05131 SEBASTIAN 95,172 99,590 4,418 4.6 15,275 9,131 -1,726 -1.8
05133 SEVIER 14,060 13,637 -423 -3.0 1,839 1,651 -611 -4.3
05135 SHARP 14,607 14,109 -498 -3.4 1,501 1,959 -40 -0.3
05137 STONE 9,022 9,775 753 8.3 1,127 1,030 656 7.3
05139 UNION 48,573 46,719 -1,854 -3.8 7,625 5,740 -3,739 -7.7
05141 VAN BUREN 13,357 14,008 651 4.9 1,397 1,549 803 6.0
05143 WASHINGTON 100,494 113,409 12,915 12.9 16,305 8,362 4,972 4.9
05145 WHITE 50,835 54,676 3,841 7.6 7,436 5,135 1,540 3.0
05147 WOODRUFF 11,222 9,520 -1,702 -15.2 1,626 1,430 -1,898 -16.9
05149 YELL 17,026 17,759 733 4.3 2,334 2,013 412 2.4
Source: Population Division, Bureau of the Census

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