Population of Indiana 2021

Population

Indiana has 6,483,802 residents (as of 2010), of which 81.5% see themselves as white, 9.1% as black or African-American, 6.0% as Hispanics or Latinos, 1.6% as Asian-Americans and 0, 3% as Indians. There is steady immigration mainly from Asia and Latin America.

Indiana is a low urbanization state and therefore predominantly small towns and medium-sized centers. The largest city and also the capital is Indianapolis.

Ancestry

The 2014 American Community Survey found that people of German descent make up the largest ancestry group with 24.0% of the population, followed by Irish people (11.9%), “American people” (9.6%), and people of English origin (8, 4%).

Religion

The religious communities with the largest number of members in 2000 were the Catholic Church with 836,009 and the United Methodist Church with 288,308.

Top Counties by Population in Indiana

Rank County Name Population Population Density (per kmĀ²)
1 Marion County 903,404 880.51
2 Lake County 496,016 383.91
3 Allen County 355,340 208.78
4 Hamilton County 274,580 269.20
5 St. Joseph County 266,942 225.08
6 Elkhart County 197,570 164.78
7 Vanderburgh County 179,714 298.03
8 Tippecanoe County 172,791 133.43
9 Porter County 164,354 151.76
10 Hendricks County 145,499 138.04
11 Johnson County 139,665 168.47
12 Monroe County 137,985 134.88
13 Madison County 131,647 112.42
14 Delaware County 117,682 115.94
15 LaPorte County 111,478 71.97
16 Clark County 110,243 114.12
17 Vigo County 107,829 103.28
18 Howard County 82,763 109.04
19 Kosciusko County 77,369 56.27
20 Bartholomew County 76,805 72.87
21 Floyd County 74,589 194.75
22 Grant County 70,072 65.37
23 Hancock County 70,013 88.29
24 Wayne County 68,928 66.21
25 Morgan County 68,905 65.87
26 Warrick County 59,700 59.88
27 Boone County 56,651 51.69
28 Dearborn County 50,058 63.36
29 Henry County 49,473 48.74
30 Noble County 47,547 44.69
31 Marshall County 47,062 40.92
32 Lawrence County 46,145 39.68
33 Shelby County 44,447 41.77
34 Jackson County 42,378 32.15
35 Dubois County 41,900 37.88
36 DeKalb County 40,296 42.87
37 Harrison County 39,375 31.35
38 Cass County 38,977 36.53
39 Knox County 38,451 28.78
40 Montgomery County 38,135 29.16
41 LaGrange County 37,139 37.74
42 Huntington County 37,135 37.43
43 Miami County 36,914 38.09
44 Putnam County 36,030 28.92
45 Adams County 34,398 39.18
46 Steuben County 34,196 42.75
47 Gibson County 33,514 26.58
48 Jasper County 33,489 23.10
49 Whitley County 33,303 38.28
50 Clinton County 33,235 31.68
51 Greene County 33,176 23.60
52 Wabash County 32,899 30.83
53 Jefferson County 32,439 34.69
54 Daviess County 31,659 28.50
55 Ripley County 28,829 24.96
56 Jennings County 28,536 29.24
57 Washington County 28,273 21.24
58 Wells County 27,647 29.01
59 Clay County 26,901 29.02
60 Randolph County 26,182 22.36
61 Posey County 25,921 24.41
62 Decatur County 25,751 26.66
63 White County 24,654 18.85
64 Fayette County 24,288 43.61
65 Scott County 24,192 49.17
66 Starke County 23,374 29.22
67 Franklin County 23,098 23.21
68 Sullivan County 21,756 18.79
69 Owen County 21,586 21.65
70 Jay County 21,264 21.37
71 Spencer County 20,963 20.39
72 Fulton County 20,847 21.88
73 Carroll County 20,176 20.95
74 Orange County 19,851 19.25
75 Perry County 19,349 19.56
76 Rush County 17,403 16.46
77 Parke County 17,350 15.05
78 Fountain County 17,251 16.81
79 Vermillion County 16,223 24.36
80 Tipton County 15,947 23.59
81 Brown County 15,253 18.88
82 Newton County 14,255 13.69
83 Pulaski County 13,413 11.93
84 Pike County 12,856 14.86
85 Blackford County 12,777 29.92
86 Crawford County 10,724 13.52
87 Switzerland County 10,624 18.57
88 Martin County 10,345 11.89
89 Benton County 8,865 8.43
90 Warren County 8,519 9.01
91 Union County 7,527 18.05
92 Ohio County 6,139 27.53

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