West Virginia 2012 Population By County
Updated on June 22, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 1,856,872 people living in West Virginia in 2012. Kanawha County was the most populated county with 192,248 residents, followed by Berkeley County with 106,965 residents, and Monongalia County with 100,915 residents. Wirt County with a population of 5,774 was the least populated county in West Virginia in 2012.

Use the map below to interactively explore the population of each county in West Virginia in 2012. The data can also be explored further by sorting and filtering with the table below.

West Virginia 2012 Population By County
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Table of West Virginia 2012 Population By County
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County Population % of State Population
Barbour 16,869 0.91%
Berkeley 106,965 5.76%
Boone 24,358 1.31%
Braxton 14,451 0.78%
Brooke 23,677 1.27%
Cabell 96,949 5.22%
Calhoun 7,594 0.41%
Clay 9,208 0.50%
Doddridge 8,296 0.45%
Fayette 45,861 2.47%
Gilmer 8,748 0.47%
Grant 11,802 0.64%
Greenbrier 35,877 1.93%
Hampshire 23,673 1.27%
Hancock 30,465 1.64%
Hardy 13,849 0.75%
Harrison 69,098 3.72%
Jackson 29,283 1.58%
Jefferson 54,699 2.95%
Kanawha 192,248 10.35%
Lewis 16,453 0.89%
Lincoln 21,607 1.16%
Logan 36,316 1.96%
McDowell 21,318 1.15%
Marion 56,760 3.06%
Marshall 32,826 1.77%
Mason 27,217 1.47%
Mercer 62,419 3.36%
Mineral 27,886 1.50%
Mingo 26,190 1.41%
Monongalia 100,915 5.44%
Monroe 13,502 0.73%
Morgan 17,427 0.94%
Nicholas 26,262 1.41%
Ohio 43,992 2.37%
Pendleton 7,470 0.40%
Pleasants 7,533 0.41%
Pocahontas 8,703 0.47%
Preston 33,898 1.83%
Putnam 56,445 3.04%
Raleigh 79,249 4.27%
Randolph 29,392 1.58%
Ritchie 10,250 0.55%
Roane 14,679 0.79%
Summers 13,836 0.75%
Taylor 16,973 0.91%
Tucker 7,078 0.38%
Tyler 9,054 0.49%
Upshur 24,441 1.32%
Wayne 41,885 2.26%
Webster 8,982 0.48%
Wetzel 16,344 0.88%
Wirt 5,774 0.31%
Wood 86,616 4.67%
Wyoming 23,210 1.25%