Wyoming 2020 Census Total Population By County

Updated on January 23, 2023.

The total population of Wyoming from the 2020 Census was 576,851, based on data from the US Census Bureau.

Laramie County was the most populated county (100,512), followed by Natrona County (79,955), and then Campbell County (47,026). On the other hand, the 3 counties that were least populated include: Niobrara County (2,467), Hot Springs County (4,621), and Weston County (6,838).

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Hover over or click on the counties to see the number and percentage of Wyoming population that lives in each county. The data can also be found in a table below. You can use the table to sort, filter, and explore the data further.

Wyoming 2020 Census Total Population By County
Wyoming 2020 Census Total Population By County
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County Population % of Wyoming Pop.
Albany 37066 6.43
Big Horn 11521 2.00
Campbell 47026 8.15
Carbon 14537 2.52
Converse 13751 2.38
Crook 7181 1.25
Fremont 39234 6.80
Goshen 12498 2.17
Hot Springs 4621 0.80
Johnson 8447 1.46
Laramie 100512 17.42
Lincoln 19581 3.39
Natrona 79955 13.86
Niobrara 2467 0.43
Park 29624 5.14
Platte 8605 1.49
Sheridan 30921 5.36
Sublette 8728 1.51
Sweetwater 42272 7.33
Teton 23331 4.05
Uinta 20450 3.55
Washakie 7685 1.33
Weston 6838 1.19