Vermont Population By County in 2018
Updated on December 2, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau population estimates, there were 624,802 people living in Vermont in 2018. Chittenden County was the most populated county with 163,755 residents, followed by Rutland County with 58,590 residents, and Washington County with 58,129 residents. Essex County with a population of 6,209 was the least populated county in Vermont in 2018.

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Vermont Population By County (2018)
See also Population estimate for other years:
Table of Vermont Population By County in 2018
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County Population % of State Population
Addison 36,970 5.92%
Bennington 35,635 5.70%
Caledonia 30,221 4.84%
Chittenden 163,755 26.21%
Essex 6,209 0.99%
Franklin 49,312 7.89%
Grand Isle 7,100 1.14%
Lamoille 25,330 4.05%
Orange 28,827 4.61%
Orleans 26,826 4.29%
Rutland 58,590 9.38%
Washington 58,129 9.30%
Windham 42,690 6.83%
Windsor 55,208 8.84%