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Clinton County, Indiana

Organized in 1830 and named for DeWitt Clinton, mayor of New York City and governor of New York State

County Seat: Frankfort

Largest City: Frankfort (2018 population: 15,831)

Population per Square Mile: 79.61

Square Miles: 405.10

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Population over TimeNumberRank in StatePercent of StateIndiana
Yesterday (2010)33,219500.5%6,484,192
Today (2018)32,250510.5%6,691,878
Tomorrow (2020 projection)*32,784530.5%6,852,121
Percent Change 2010 to Today-2.9%71 3.2%

*Projection based on 2010 Census counts.
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau; Indiana Business Research Center

Components of Population Change, 2017-2018NumberRank in StatePercent of StateIndiana
Net Domestic Migration-8164 3,555
Net International Migration459 9,227
Natural Increase (births minus deaths)119250.6%19,211

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Population Estimates by Age, 2018NumberRank in StatePct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Preschool (0 to 4)2,270427.0%6.3%
School Age (5 to 17)6,1844319.2%17.2%
College Age (18 to 24)2,538537.9%9.8%
Young Adult (25 to 44)7,7204923.9%25.4%
Older Adult (45 to 64)8,1595225.3%25.6%
Seniors (65 and older)5,3795216.7%15.8%
Median Age38.0  Median Age = 37.9

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau; Indiana Business Research Center

Population Estimates by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2018NumberRank of Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
American Indian or Alaska Native Alone168370.5%0.4%
Asian Alone138580.4%2.5%
Black Alone240560.7%9.8%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pac. Isl. Alone12530.0%0.1%
Two or More Race Groups306600.9%2.1%
Hispanic or Latino Origin (can be of any race)    

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Household TypesNumberRank in StatePct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Households in 2017 (Includes detail not shown below)11,96153100.0%100.0%
Married With Children2,4065020.1%18.8%
Married Without Children4,0975134.3%30.0%
Single Parents1,052478.8%9.6%
Living Alone2,9955225.0%28.3%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates.

HousingNumberRank in StatePct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Total Housing Units in 2018 (estimate)13,41252100.0%100.0%
Total Housing Units in 2017 (includes vacant units)13,30152100.0%100.0%
Owner Occupied
(Pct. distribution based on all housing units)
Median Value (2017)$103,70058  
Renter Occupied
(Pct. distribution based on all housing units)
Median Rent (2017)$53042  

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates.

EducationNumberRank in StatePercent of StateIndiana
School Enrollment (2018/2019 Total Reported) 6,343390.6%1,117,590
Adults (25+ in 2017 ACS)21,277520.5%4,369,451
with High School diploma or higher86.2%64 88.3%
with B.A. or higher degree15.7%59 25.3%

Sources: Indiana Department of Education; U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates.

Income and PovertyNumberRank in StatePercent of StateIndiana
Per Capita Personal Income (annual) in 2017$36,6087581.1%45,150
Median Household Income in 201751,5404895.2%$54,134
Poverty Rate in 201713.4%32100.8%13.3%
Poverty Rate among Children under 1819.2%29107.9%17.8%
Welfare (TANF) Monthly Average Families in 201835360.6%6,032
Food Stamp Recipients in 20182,824410.5%605,854
Free and Reduced Fee Lunch Recipients in 2018/20193,679290.7%514,915

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; Indiana Family Social Services Administration; Indiana Department of Education

Health and Vital StatisticsNumberRank of Percent of StateIndiana
Births, 2017429420.5%82,170
Births to Teens, 201736320.7%5,152
Deaths, 2017402450.6%65,602

Source: Indiana State Department of Health

Labor Force, 2018NumberRank in StatePercent of StateIndiana
Total Resident Labor Force17,200470.5%3,381,713
Annual Unemployment Rate2.87582.4%3.4
May 2019 Unemployment Rate2.47782.8%2.9

Source: STATS Indiana, using data from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Employment and Earnings by Industry, 2017 EmploymentPct Dist.
in County
Earnings ($000)Pct Dist.
In County
Avg. Earnings Per Job
Total by place of work14,761100.0%$624,701100.0%$42,321
Wage and Salary11,58078.4%$472,02575.6%$40,762
Farm Proprietors4863.3%$-11,485-1.8%$-23,632
Nonfarm Proprietors2,69518.3%$41,2006.6%$15,288
  Accommodation, Food Serv.8145.5%$13,6492.2%$16,768
  Arts, Ent., Recreation1320.9%$9370.1%$7,098
  Health Care, Social Serv.1,1627.9%$54,0028.6%$46,473
  Professional, Tech. Serv.Data not available due to BEA non-disclosure requirements.
  Retail Trade1,2588.5%$30,0904.8%$23,919
  Trans., Warehousing5343.6%$34,9815.6%$65,507
  Wholesale Trade3362.3%$23,0583.7%$68,625
  Other Private (not above)2,690*18.2%*$78,008*12.5%*$28,999*

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
* These totals do not include county data that are not available due to BEA non-disclosure requirements.

Residential Building Permits, 2018UnitsPct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Cost ($000)State Cost ($000)
Total Permits Filed32100.0%100.0%$5,215$4,879,857
3- and 4-Family00.0%0.2%$0$6,163
5+ Family00.0%21.4%$0$555,144

Notes: Detail cost may not sum to total due to rounding. Greene County does not currently issue building permits, so it is excluded.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Largest Cities and Towns in Clinton County

in 2018
Percent of County
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