Population of Utah 2021

Population

Utah has 3.101 million residents (extrapolation of the US Census Bureau 2017), of which 89.1% are white, 0.9% black and African-American, 1.9% Asian, 1.1% Indian, 0.7% Hawaiian and 4, 5% of other parentage. 1.8% said they belonged to two or more races. Of the total population, 11.2% are Hispanic community.

Utah has the highest fertility rate of any state in the United States (2.29 children per woman in 2015). Utah’s population is living longer than the American average and has a lower percentage of overweight people.

Top Counties by Population in Utah

Rank County Name Population Population Density (per kmĀ²)
1 Salt Lake County 1,160,448 603.77
2 Utah County 636,246 122.64
3 Davis County 355,492 459.29
4 Weber County 260,224 174.41
5 Washington County 177,567 28.26
6 Cache County 128,300 42.53
7 Tooele County 72,270 4.02
8 Box Elder County 56,057 3.77
9 Iron County 54,850 6.42
10 Summit County 42,156 8.70
11 Uintah County 35,745 3.08
12 Sanpete County 30,950 7.52
13 Wasatch County 23,541 7.73
14 Sevier County 21,631 4.37
15 Carbon County 20,474 5.35
16 Duchesne County 19,949 2.38
17 San Juan County 15,319 0.76
18 Millard County 13,199 0.78
19 Morgan County 12,135 7.69
20 Juab County 12,028 1.37
21 Emery County 10,023 0.87
22 Grand County 9,765 1.03
23 Kane County 7,897 0.76
24 Beaver County 6,721 1.00
25 Garfield County 5,062 0.38
26 Wayne County 2,722 0.43
27 Rich County 2,494 0.94
28 Piute County 1,490 0.76
29 Daggett County 961 0.53

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