South Carolina 2014 Population By County
Updated on June 22, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 4,823,617 people living in South Carolina in 2014. Greenville County was the most populated county with 481,485 residents, followed by Richland County with 400,335 residents, and Charleston County with 379,793 residents. Allendale County with a population of 9,701 was the least populated county in South Carolina in 2014.

Use the map below to interactively explore the population of each county in South Carolina in 2014. The data can also be explored further by sorting and filtering with the table below.

South Carolina 2014 Population By County
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Table of South Carolina 2014 Population By County
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County Population % of State Population
Abbeville 24,795 0.51%
Aiken 164,215 3.40%
Allendale 9,701 0.20%
Anderson 191,793 3.98%
Bamberg 15,153 0.31%
Barnwell 22,024 0.46%
Beaufort 175,040 3.63%
Berkeley 198,295 4.11%
Calhoun 14,845 0.31%
Charleston 379,793 7.87%
Cherokee 56,351 1.17%
Chester 32,441 0.67%
Chesterfield 46,143 0.96%
Clarendon 34,214 0.71%
Colleton 37,528 0.78%
Darlington 67,647 1.40%
Dillon 31,296 0.65%
Dorchester 148,748 3.08%
Edgefield 26,651 0.55%
Fairfield 23,025 0.48%
Florence 138,779 2.88%
Georgetown 60,825 1.26%
Greenville 481,485 9.98%
Greenwood 69,670 1.44%
Hampton 20,427 0.42%
Horry 297,760 6.17%
Jasper 26,685 0.55%
Kershaw 63,183 1.31%
Lancaster 83,429 1.73%
Laurens 66,464 1.38%
Lee 18,337 0.38%
Lexington 277,423 5.75%
McCormick 9,805 0.20%
Marion 31,952 0.66%
Marlboro 28,037 0.58%
Newberry 37,660 0.78%
Oconee 75,219 1.56%
Orangeburg 90,049 1.87%
Pickens 120,543 2.50%
Richland 400,335 8.30%
Saluda 20,071 0.42%
Spartanburg 292,981 6.07%
Sumter 107,663 2.23%
Union 27,923 0.58%
Williamsburg 32,733 0.68%
York 244,481 5.07%