A region's economy thrives or dives because of the people who choose to live there. Monitoring change in the size and movement of population is an important barometer of well-being since it can presage more notable events, such as lackluster business attraction due to lack of workers.
|Total Population||Decennial Census||Annual Estimates||Projections|
|Indiana Places (Cities and Towns)||1900-2010||2010-2014||n/a|
|Population by Age*|
|States and U.S. Counties||2000-2014||n/a|
|Population by Race and Hispanic Origin*|
|States and U.S. Counties||2000-2013||n/a|
*These data are not available for places and townships
** Selected counties only
- Population over Time Overview (or time series)
- Components of Change Overview (or time series)
Additional Census Data
- Population and Housing Units with Density, 2010
Census Topic Page: A special area to accommodate the most requested population and housing characteristics for counties, cities, townships and census tracts.
U.S. Census Bureau Publications on Population: Includes detailed tables of sub-county population figures, along with demographic attributes.
Daytime Population Estimates (states, counties and selected places): Daytime population refers to the number of people who are present in an area during normal business hours in contrast to the resident population in the evening.
- Special Census population counts
After each census, the Census Bureau revisits the annual estimates to take into account differences between those estimates produced during the decade and the decennial census results. View more intercensal estimate data.
2000s (Released September 2011)
1990s (Released April 17, 2002)
- Indiana counties
- Indiana county estimates of the 1990s with components of change
- Access our data calendar to find out when new population numbers will be released.
- U.S. and World Population Clock (Census Bureau)
- For historic census numbers in detail, go to the Census topic page