|population of utah 1940||0.78||0.2||4821||90|
|population of utah 1930||0.51||0.1||991||56|
|population of utah 1920||0.12||0.7||6147||84|
|population of utah 1980||1.56||0.2||6797||33|
|population of utah 1990||1.8||0.5||5381||6|
|population of utah 1950||0.41||0.6||5153||77|
|utah population 1950||1.4||0.8||9050||22|
|utah population in 1950||0.81||0.5||9070||71|
|population of utah in 1940||0.29||0.8||2960||80|
The last census in the USA was carried out in 2010, and this revealed that the Utah population stood at 2,763,885. This is a significant increase of over 20% from the numbers declared in 2000. Utah is currently the 4th fastest-growing state in the United States. Utah currently enjoys a growth rate of 1.64%, which ranks 4th in the country.What was the population of Utah in 1860?
The 1860 population for legally existing Utah Territory was 47,130. For an explanation of the revision to the 1870 population of Utah, see Richard L. Forstall, Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990, Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996, page 162.How many cities have been incorporated in Utah?
The incorporated places consist of 144 cities and 101 towns. The minimum population for incorporation is 100. When towns reach a population of 800 they become a third-class city. Utah has 588 census tracts, 1,690 block groups, and 115,406 census blocks.What is the largest city in Utah?
By far the largest metropolitan area in the state is the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, with 1.3 million residents as of 2016. This is followed by the Odgen-Clearfield area with 597,000 residents. While Utah as a whole has a very low population density, Salt Lake city proper has a density of 1,666 people per square mile.