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Maricopa County Added Over 222 People Per Day in 2016, More Than Any Other County
Harris County’s Eight-Year Run Ends


WASHINGTON, March 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Maricopa County, Ariz., replaced Harris County, Texas, as the county with the nation’s highest annual population growth, according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released today. Harris County was the largest numeric gainer for eight years in a row. Maricopa County gained 81,360 people between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016, or about 222 people per day, while the nation’s second-largest population gainer, Harris County, gained 56,587 people, or about 155 people per day on average.

Maricopa County, home to Phoenix, primarily grew through the addition of 43,189 residents from net domestic migration, a measure of how many people move to or from an area versus other parts of the United States. The county also added 25,428 people from natural increase (more births than deaths) and 10,188 people from net international migration.

2016 population estimates and components of change for the nation’s metro areas and counties.
2016 population estimates and components of change for the nation’s metro areas and counties.
Harris County, Texas, home to Houston, saw changes in net domestic migration, going from a net gain of more than 17,000 to a net loss of more than 16,000. Despite this, Harris County had the second largest gain in population due to high natural increase (46,412) and net international migration (27,922).

“In the early 2000s, Maricopa County was in the top one or two counties by numeric growth. From 2009-2011, Maricopa County saw much lower net migration than in the years before or after, which caused the county to drop out of the top population-gaining counties,” explained Peter Borsella, a demographer in the Census Bureau’s population division. “While net international migration has not reached prior levels, net domestic migration and natural increase have continued to rise, making Maricopa County this year’s largest numeric gainer.”

In addition, Maricopa grew the fastest among the top 10 largest counties at 1.95 percent, an increase from 1.90 percent from the previous year. Harris County remained the third-largest county with 4.6 million people, and Maricopa County remained the fourth-largest county with 4.2 million people. Los Angeles County and Cook County, Ill., remained the largest and second-largest counties, respectively.

The statistics released today provide population estimates and components of change for our nation’s 382 metropolitan statistical areas, 551 micropolitan statistical areas, and 3,142 counties, as well as Puerto Rico’s metropolitan statistical areas, micropolitan statistical areas and municipios.

Find more highlights from this year’s release below and local-level statistics on census.gov.

In the coming months, the Census Bureau will release 2016 population estimates for cities and towns, as well as national, state and county population estimates by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin.

Some High-Population Counties or County-Equivalents Continued to Experience Population Loss

These notable high-population counties continued to see population loss:

Cook County, Ill. (Chicago): -21,324.
Wayne County, Mich. (Detroit): -7,696.
Baltimore city, Md.: -6,738.
Baltimore city saw an increase in population loss this year primarily due to a doubling of its net domestic out-migration.

Fastest-Growing Areas in Utah

Three of the 20 fastest-growing metro areas between 2015 and 2016 were located either partially or completely in Utah (St. George, Utah; Provo-Orem, Utah; and Logan, Utah-Idaho).

Provo-Orem, Utah, and Logan, Utah-Idaho, saw natural increase as a larger component of growth than either net international migration or net domestic migration, while St. George, Utah, saw net domestic migration as a larger component of growth than either net international migration or natural increase.
Also, San Juan County, Utah, was the fastest-growing county in the United States among counties with populations of 10,000 or more in 2015. It grew by 7.6 percent.
Second-Fastest-Growing U.S. County in 2015 Fell to 2,858th in 2016

North Dakota counties no longer top the list of fastest-growing counties by percentage change.

McKenzie County fell from second-fastest growing by percentage change to 2,858th.
Williams County fell from third to 3,105th.
Mountrail County fell from sixth to 2,375th.
Stark County fell from eighth to 3,103rd.
All of these counties lost population due to people moving away to other parts of the United States (negative net domestic migration). Formerly fast-growing North Dakota counties have been replaced in the top 10 by counties in Iowa, Oregon and Washington. Other top 10 counties once again are in Utah, Texas and Florida.

County Highlights

Eight of the 10 counties with the most natural decrease (more deaths than births) were in Florida. Four of the top 10 counties with the most natural increase were in California, and 3 of the 10 were in Texas.
St. Louis County, Mo., dropped below 1 million for the first time since 2011, largely due to a rise in net domestic out-migration.
Three counties reached a population milestone of 100,000 or higher: Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska; Highlands County, Fla., and Carver County, Minn.
Pasco County, Fla., reached a population of 500,000, and Tarrant County, Texas, reached 2 million.
Metropolitan Statistical Area Highlights

The nation’s 382 metro areas contained approximately 277.1 million people in 2016, representing approximately 86 percent of the nation’s population. This was an increase of approximately 2.3 million people from 2015.
For the fourth year in a row, The Villages, Fla., a metro area west of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla., metro area, was the nation’s fastest-growing metro area, with a 4.3 percent population increase between 2015 and 2016.
The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas, and Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas, metro areas were the two largest numeric-gaining metro areas between 2015 and 2016, increasing by more than 100,000 each.
Four metro areas were among both the 25 fastest growing and the 25 largest numeric gaining between 2015 and 2016: Austin-Round Rock, Texas; Raleigh, N.C.; Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla.; and Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev. For all four areas, net domestic migration was a larger component of change than either net international migration or natural increase
Among the 10 largest metro areas, the Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, Ill.-Ind.-Wis., metro area was the only metro area that did not grow in population between 2015 and 2016.
Micropolitan Statistical Area Highlights

The nation’s 551 micro areas contained approximately 27.7 million people in 2016, representing approximately nine percent of the nation’s population. This is an increase of approximately 16,000 people from 2015.
Micro areas in the West grew the most.
Heber, Utah, was the fastest-growing micro area, with an increase of 4.7 percent between 2015 and 2016. The five fastest-growing micro areas were in the West: Heber, Utah; Prineville, Ore.; Ellensburg, Wash.; Bozeman, Mont.; and Cedar City, Utah. Among these five areas, net domestic migration was a larger component of change than either net international migration or natural increase.
Bozeman, Mont., had the largest numeric gain among micro areas between 2015 and 2016, increasing by approximately 3,800 people. Four of the five largest numeric-gaining micro areas between 2015 and 2016 were in the West: Bozeman, Mont.; Hilo, Hawaii; Kalispell, Mont.; and Oak Harbor, Wash.
Puerto Rico

Overall, Puerto Rico’s population has been decreasing since 2010. The Commonwealth total resident population decreased by 314,850 (or 8.4 percent) since 2010 to 3,411,307 on July 1, 2016.
San Juan experienced the largest numeric decrease in population of any municipio, losing 8,497 residents between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016, followed by Bayamón (-4,448 residents) and Ponce (-3,748 residents).
Of Puerto Rico’s 78 municipios, only Gurabo experienced growth between July 1, 2015, and July 1, 2016, gaining 56 residents (an increase of 0.1 percent).
All other municipios experienced a decline in population. The fastest-declining municipios were Peñuelas, Lares and Guánica, featuring a decline of 2.7 percent each.
To find where people are leaving from and moving to, visit Census Flows Mapper.

The Census Bureau develops county, metro area and micro area population estimates by measuring population change since the most recent census. The Census Bureau uses births, deaths, administrative records and survey data to develop estimates of population. For more detail regarding the methodology, see www.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest/technical-documentation/methodology.html.

The Office of Management and Budget’s statistical area delineations (for metro and micro areas) are those issued by that agency in July 2015. Metro areas contain at least one urbanized area of 50,000 or more population, and micro areas contain at least one urban cluster of at least 10,000 (but less than 50,000) population. Both metro and micro areas consist of one or more whole counties or county equivalents. Some metro and micro area titles may be abbreviated in the text of the news release. Full titles are shown in the tables.

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Top 10 Largest-Gaining Counties (Numeric Change): July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016

 

County

 

Population

Numeric
Change

Percent
Change

 

Births

 

Deaths

Domestic
Migration

International
Migration

Maricopa County,
Arizona

4,242,997

81,360

1.95

56,073

30,645

43,189

10,188

Harris County,
Texas

4,589,928

56,587

1.25

73,072

26,660

-16,225

27,922

Clark County,
Nevada

2,155,664

46,375

2.20

27,352

16,501

27,735

6,566

King County,
Washington

2,149,970

35,714

1.69

25,905

13,580

8,511

15,500

Tarrant County,
Texas

2,016,872

35,462

1.79

28,682

12,903

13,411

6,348

Riverside County,
California

2,387,741

34,849

1.48

30,845

17,092

16,961

3,099

Bexar County,
Texas

1,928,680

33,198

1.75

28,283

13,458

13,077

5,361

Orange County,
Florida

1,314,367

29,503

2.30

16,721

8,198

10,083

11,078

Dallas County,
Texas

2,574,984

29,209

1.15

40,063

16,407

-6,193

12,133

Hillsborough County,
Florida

1,376,238

29,161

2.16

17,345

11,179

14,806

7,774

Top 10 Fastest-Growing Counties (Percent Change, Counties With a Population of 10,000 or More): July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016

 

County

 

Population

Numeric
Change

Percent
Change

 

Births

 

Deaths

Domestic
Migration

International
Migration

San Juan County,
Utah

16,895

1,188

7.56

240

112

1,038

13

Kendall County,
Texas

42,540

2,088

5.16

391

389

1,844

77

Hays County,
Texas

204,470

9,896

5.09

2,553

1,011

7,932

171

Wasatch County,
Utah

30,528

1,363

4.67

475

126

891

77

Dallas County,
Iowa

84,516

3,739

4.63

1,268

433

2,500

296

Comal County,
Texas

134,788

5,675

4.40

1,597

1,085

4,760

109

Sumter County,
Florida

123,996

5,114

4.30

501

1,742

4,873

55

Crook County,
Oregon

22,570

923

4.26

240

236

886

7

Juab County,
Utah

11,010

444

4.20

185

74

319

-1

Kittitas County,
Washington

44,866

1,809

4.20

391

286

1,563

72

Top 10 Largest-Declining Counties or County Equivalents (Numeric Change): July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016

 

County

 

Population

Numeric
Change

Percent
Change

 

Births

 

Deaths

Domestic
Migration

International
Migration

Cook County,
Illinois

5,203,499

-21,324

-0.41

68,049

42,297

-66,244

18,434

Wayne County,
Michigan

1,749,366

-7,696

-0.44

23,209

18,231

-17,346

4,279

Baltimore city,
Maryland

614,664

-6,738

-1.08

8,654

6,871

-11,008

2,195

Cuyahoga County,
Ohio

1,249,352

-5,673

-0.45

14,941

13,563

-10,122

3,402

Suffolk County,
New York

1,492,583

-5,320

-0.36

15,446

12,793

-11,278

4,327

Milwaukee County,
Wisconsin

951,448

-4,866

-0.51

13,675

8,176

-13,186

2,505

Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania

1,225,365

-3,933

-0.32

13,193

13,995

-5,821

3,479

San Juan County,
New Mexico

115,079

-3,622

-3.05

1,703

1,026

-4,341

42

St. Louis City,
Missouri

311,404

-3,471

-1.10

4,547

3,070

-6,189

981

Jefferson County,
New York

114,006

-3,254

-2.78

2,000

945

-4,674

345

Top 25 Fastest-Growing Metro Areas (Percent Change): July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016

Rank by Percent Change

Metro Area

2015 Population

2016 Population

Numeric Change

Percent Change

Natural Increase

Births

Deaths

Net Migration

Domestic Migration

International Migration

1

The Villages, FL

118,882

123,996

5,114

4.3

-1,241

501

1,742

4,928

4,873

55

2

Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC

432,493

449,295

16,802

3.9

-488

4,214

4,702

15,308

14,881

427

3

Bend-Redmond, OR

174,942

181,307

6,365

3.6

398

1,853

1,455

5,698

5,695

3

4

Greeley, CO

285,053

294,932

9,879

3.5

2,381

4,106

1,725

7,300

6,991

309

5

Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL

700,285

722,336

22,051

3.1

-658

6,666

7,324

20,780

17,769

3,011

6

St. George, UT

155,450

160,245

4,795

3.1

1,026

2,232

1,206

3,285

3,267

18

7

Provo-Orem, UT

585,362

603,309

17,947

3.1

10,004

12,347

2,343

7,765

6,893

872

8

Punta Gorda, FL

173,194

178,465

5,271

3.0

-1,614

1,044

2,658

6,154

5,800

354

9

Austin-Round Rock, TX

1,998,104

2,056,405

58,301

2.9

17,071

27,375

10,304

40,273

33,395

6,878

10

North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL

768,013

788,457

20,444

2.7

-3,227

6,545

9,772

21,138

18,913

2,225

11

Coeur d’Alene, ID

150,364

154,311

3,947

2.6

480

1,834

1,354

3,169

3,123

46

12

Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL

649,425

666,149

16,724

2.6

892

7,678

6,786

15,061

12,152

2,909

13

Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL

147,792

151,563

3,771

2.6

-766

1,284

2,050

3,828

3,530

298

14

Raleigh, NC

1,271,381

1,302,946

31,565

2.5

8,414

15,893

7,479

22,607

18,510

4,097

15

Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL

2,382,132

2,441,257

59,125

2.5

10,798

28,849

18,051

46,922

29,441

17,481

16

Port St. Lucie, FL

454,111

465,208

11,097

2.4

-890

4,357

5,247

10,724

9,759

965

17

Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL

356,570

365,136

8,566

2.4

-220

3,270

3,490

7,434

5,292

2,142

18

Daphne-Fairhope-Foley, AL

203,690

208,563

4,873

2.4

161

2,274

2,113

4,289

4,046

243

19

Boise City, ID

675,777

691,423

15,646

2.3

4,157

8,753

4,596

10,757

9,950

807

20

Logan, UT-ID

133,093

136,159

3,066

2.3

1,991

2,578

587

1,052

728

324

21

Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL

623,378

637,674

14,296

2.3

-2,437

5,714

8,151

15,419

13,981

1,438

22

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO

513,449

525,032

11,583

2.3

3,660

7,266

3,606

7,845

6,564

1,281

23

Olympia-Tumwater, WA

269,183

275,222

6,039

2.2

1,000

3,172

2,172

4,725

4,060

665

24

Charleston-North Charleston, SC

744,603

761,155

16,552

2.2

3,710

9,662

5,952

12,377

11,471

906

25

Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV

2,109,289

2,155,664

46,375

2.2

10,851

27,352

16,501

34,301

27,735

6,566

SOURCE U.S. Census Bureau

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