Utah 2016 Population By County
Updated on June 22, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 3,041,868 people living in Utah in 2016. Salt Lake County was the most populated county with 1,120,109 residents, followed by Utah County with 590,288 residents, and Davis County with 341,000 residents. Daggett County with a population of 1,076 was the least populated county in Utah in 2016.

Use the map below to interactively explore the population of each county in Utah in 2016. The data can also be explored further by sorting and filtering with the table below.

Utah 2016 Population By County
See also Population estimate for other years:
Table of Utah 2016 Population By County
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County Population % of State Population
Beaver 6,478 0.21%
Box Elder 52,975 1.74%
Cache 122,201 4.02%
Carbon 20,324 0.67%
Daggett 1,076 0.04%
Davis 341,000 11.21%
Duchesne 20,242 0.67%
Emery 10,206 0.34%
Garfield 4,952 0.16%
Grand 9,622 0.32%
Iron 49,676 1.63%
Juab 11,016 0.36%
Kane 7,297 0.24%
Millard 12,655 0.42%
Morgan 11,370 0.37%
Piute 1,459 0.05%
Rich 2,313 0.08%
Salt Lake 1,120,109 36.82%
San Juan 15,329 0.50%
Sanpete 29,232 0.96%
Sevier 21,131 0.70%
Summit 40,512 1.33%
Tooele 64,612 2.12%
Uintah 36,264 1.19%
Utah 590,288 19.41%
Wasatch 30,375 1.00%
Washington 159,352 5.24%
Wayne 2,671 0.09%
Weber 247,131 8.12%