Idaho Population By County in 2018

Updated on December 2, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 1,752,074 people living in Idaho in 2018. Ada County was the most populated county with 469,161 residents, followed by Canyon County with 223,518 residents, and Kootenai County with 161,279 residents. Clark County with a population of 845 was the least populated county in Idaho in 2018.

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Idaho Population By County (2018)
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Table of Idaho Population By County in 2018
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County Population % of State Population
Ada 469,161 26.78%
Adams 4,215 0.24%
Bannock 86,761 4.95%
Bear Lake 6,026 0.34%
Benewah 9,222 0.53%
Bingham 46,054 2.63%
Blaine 22,736 1.30%
Boise 7,689 0.44%
Bonner 44,709 2.55%
Bonneville 116,661 6.66%
Boundary 12,073 0.69%
Butte 2,592 0.15%
Camas 1,098 0.06%
Canyon 223,518 12.76%
Caribou 7,019 0.40%
Cassia 23,769 1.36%
Clark 845 0.05%
Clearwater 8,759 0.50%
Custer 4,216 0.24%
Elmore 27,309 1.56%
Franklin 13,718 0.78%
Fremont 13,162 0.75%
Gem 17,622 1.01%
Gooding 15,187 0.87%
Idaho 16,469 0.94%
Jefferson 29,418 1.68%
Jerome 24,078 1.37%
Kootenai 161,279 9.21%
Latah 39,996 2.28%
Lemhi 7,974 0.46%
Lewis 3,835 0.22%
Lincoln 5,360 0.31%
Madison 39,451 2.25%
Minidoka 20,667 1.18%
Nez Perce 40,408 2.31%
Oneida 4,429 0.25%
Owyhee 11,664 0.67%
Payette 23,560 1.35%
Power 7,654 0.44%
Shoshone 12,781 0.73%
Teton 11,640 0.66%
Twin Falls 86,166 4.92%
Valley 11,054 0.63%
Washington 10,070 0.57%