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West Virginia Counties by Population

The data is from the US Census. Below are 55 West Virginia counties ranked 1 through 55. You can copy and paste this list directly into your favorite spreadsheet program. Don't you just adore lovely numbers listed nicely in columns & rows? We do!

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Rank County Population
1 Kanawha County 180,454
2 Berkeley County 117,123
3 Monongalia County 106,420
4 Cabell County 93,224
5 Wood County 84,203
6 Raleigh County 74,254
7 Harrison County 67,554
8 Mercer County 59,131
9 Jefferson County 56,811
10 Putnam County 56,682
11 Marion County 56,097
12 Fayette County 43,018
13 Ohio County 41,755
14 Wayne County 39,944
15 Greenbrier County 34,786
16 Preston County 33,839
17 Logan County 32,607
18 Marshall County 30,785
19 Hancock County 29,094
20 Randolph County 28,823
21 Jackson County 28,706
22 Mineral County 26,940
23 Mason County 26,718
24 Nicholas County 24,842
25 Upshur County 24,415
26 Mingo County 23,785
27 Hampshire County 23,347
28 Brooke County 22,203
29 Boone County 21,951
30 Wyoming County 20,786
31 Lincoln County 20,599
32 McDowell County 18,223
33 Morgan County 17,787
34 Taylor County 16,862
35 Barbour County 16,535
36 Lewis County 16,024
37 Wetzel County 15,270
38 Braxton County 14,089
39 Roane County 13,932
40 Hardy County 13,775
41 Monroe County 13,280
42 Summers County 12,760
43 Grant County 11,626
44 Ritchie County 9,721
45 Tyler County 8,746
46 Clay County 8,632
47 Pocahontas County 8,414
48 Doddridge County 8,406
49 Webster County 8,285
50 Gilmer County 8,026
51 Pleasants County 7,507
52 Calhoun County 7,254
53 Pendleton County 6,997
54 Tucker County 6,955
55 Wirt County 5,830

United States Census Bureau. B01001 SEX BY AGE, 2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 6 December 2018. http://www.census.gov/.

United States Census Bureau. Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2018. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. Web. May 2019. http://www.census.gov/.

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