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Early estimates show Cuyahoga would remain biggest county, but suffer biggest numerical and percentage losses
Estimates will be supplanted by firm numbers at the end of this week.
by WKSU's M.L. SCHULTZE


Web Editor
M.L. Schultze
 

The official Census numbers due out this week are expected to affirm what a decade of estimates suggests: Cuyahoga and Mahoning counties will be  the biggest population losers in the state. And Medina County will be one of the biggest gainers.

 

The official numbers will be released Thursday or Friday and will help determine everything from how much state and federal aid counties get to just which areas will be targeted when the state consolidates Congressional districts next year. 

 

Ohio is losing two Congressional seats.

 

The 10-year Census estimates show that Cuyahoga County is expected to have lost nearly 125,000 people since 2000, most of that in the first half of the decade. That’s means both it and Mahoning County will have lost nearly 9 percent of their populations -- the most in the state.

 

What growth Ohio saw is likely came primarily in the suburban areas in central Ohio around Columbus. But included in the top 10 growth areas is expected to be Medina County, with a climb of more than 15 percent. In fact, if the estimates hold, Medina will have gained almost exactly the same number of people that Mahoning County lost.

COUNTY               2000       Est 07/2005         Est 07/2010         No. change 2000-2010    % change 2000-2010

Delaware County             109989  149453  172519  62530    56.85%

Warren County 158383  195306  213335  54952    34.70%

Union County    40909    45384    49165    8256       20.18%

Fairfield County                122759  137630  144446  21687    17.67%

Medina County 151095  165657  174326  23231    15.38%

Clermont County             177977  188350  195766  17789    10.00%

Knox County      54500    58004    59851    5351       9.82%

Licking County   145491  153939  159072  13581    9.33%

Butler County    332807  347732  363230  30423    9.14%

Morrow County                31628    34071    34468    2840       8.98%

Geauga County 90895    96970    98969    8074       8.88%

Franklin County                1068978                1101230                1159947                90969    8.51%

Greene County 147886  155942  159384  11498    7.77%

Holmes County 38943    41252    41748    2805       7.20%

Lorain County    284664  298672  305097  20433    7.18%

Madison County               40213    40779    42594    2381       5.92%

Clinton County  40543    41990    42459    1916       4.73%

Ashland County                52523    53987    54961    2438       4.64%

Hancock County               71295    73315    74316    3021       4.24%

Pickaway County              52727    52423    54864    2137       4.05%

Ross County       73345    74902    76283    2938       4.01%

Brown County   42285    43652    43959    1674       3.96%

Lake County       227511  232158  235623  8112       3.57%

Portage County                152061  155136  157220  5159       3.39%

Wood County    121065  124650  125141  4076       3.37%

Perry County     34078    34781    35212    1134       3.33%

Vinton County   12806    13265    13219    413         3.23%

Jackson County 32641    33333    33549    908         2.78%

Highland County               40875    42087    41977    1102       2.70%

Shelby County   47910    48910    49161    1251       2.61%

Wayne County  111564  113348  114187  2623       2.35%

Adams County  27330    28159    27929    599         2.19%

Miami County    98868    100723  101008  2140       2.16%

Hocking County                28241    28737    28837    596         2.11%

Noble County    14058    13994    14280    222         1.58%

Athens County  62223    63145    63201    978         1.57%

Lucas County     455054  464560  461792  6738       1.48%

Champaign County          38890    39167    39356    466         1.20%

Hamilton County              845303  847141  855340  10037    1.19%

Logan County    46005    46311    46362    357         0.78%

Muskingum County        84585    85179    85182    597         0.71%

Fulton County   42084    42616    42227    143         0.34%

Lawrence County             62319    62476    62510    191         0.31%

Huron County    59487    60089    59656    169         0.28%

Tuscarawas County         90914    91394    91035    121         0.13%

Stark County      378098  378765  377793  -305       -0.08%

Pike County        27695    27718    27640    -55          -0.20%

Summit County 542899  545857  541360  -1539     -0.28%

Fayette County 28433    28258    28275    -158       -0.56%

Gallia County     31069    30925    30839    -230       -0.74%

Ottawa County 40985    41290    40680    -305       -0.74%

Auglaize County               46611    46268    46218    -393       -0.84%

Mercer County 40924    40787    40517    -407       -0.99%

Hardin County   31945    31742    31604    -341       -1.07%

Marion County  66217    65765    65442    -775       -1.17%

Putnam County                34726    34659    34240    -486       -1.40%

Carroll County   28836    28881    28421    -415       -1.44%

Meigs County    23072    23009    22739    -333       -1.44%

Guernsey County            40792    40640    39902    -890       -2.18%

Henry County    29210    29228    28547    -663       -2.27%

Ashtabula County            102728  102055  100321  -2407     -2.34%

Wyandot County              22908    22644    22297    -611       -2.67%

Coshocton County           36655    36686    35675    -980       -2.67%

Darke County    53309    52636    51882    -1427     -2.68%

Sandusky County             61792    61256    59822    -1970     -3.19%

Preble County   42337    41895    40969    -1368     -3.23%

Defiance County              39500    38570    38193    -1307     -3.31%

Erie County         79551    77875    76872    -2679     -3.37%

Scioto County    79195    76223    76429    -2766     -3.49%

Belmont County               70226    68720    67723    -2503     -3.56%

Harrison County               15856    15576    15263    -593       -3.74%

Columbiana County        112075  109533  107578  -4497     -4.01%

Washington County        63251    61952    60688    -2563     -4.05%

Clark County      144742  141607  138800  -5942     -4.11%

Allen County      108473  105581  103842  -4631     -4.27%

Richland County               128852  127078  123224  -5628     -4.37%

Van Wert County             29659    29045    28336    -1323     -4.46%

Morgan County                14897    14759    14212    -685       -4.60%

Seneca County  58683    57249    55969    -2714     -4.62%

Williams County                39188    38413    37362    -1826     -4.66%

Montgomery County     559062  544789  532181  -26881   -4.81%

Paulding County               20293    19379    18845    -1448     -7.14%

Trumbull County              225116  216700  208119  -16997   -7.55%

Crawford County             46966    45104    43014    -3952     -8.41%

Jefferson County             73894    70114    67651    -6243     -8.45%

Monroe County                15180    14533    13877    -1303     -8.58%

Cuyahoga County            1393978                1324376                1269455                -124523                -8.93%

Mahoning County            257555  245420  234532  -23023   -8.94%

Ohio      11353140             11475559             11532111             178971  1.58%

 

 
   
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