Gwinnett County’s population larger than 76 Georgia counties combined

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Gwinnett County’s population larger than 76 Georgia counties combined

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Gwinnett’s iconic water towers advertised the county to hundreds of thousands of commuters before they were demolished in 2010. 

You could fit the populations of 76 of Georgia’s smallest counties in Gwinnett County and you’d still have room for 5,000 more people.

Gwinnett County’s population grew to 907,135 in 2016, a small increase of 1.6 percent from the previous year. Since 2010, the county has grown by 12.6 percent, from a population of 805,305.

If you combine the populations of Georgia’s 76 least populated counties, the total is still less than Gwinnett County’s total population. From tiny Taliaferro County, which has 1,593 residents, to Franklin County’s 22,320, the total of all 76 counties is 902,113. 

The 76 counties you can fit into Gwinnett County are:

  • Taliaferro County (1,593)
  • Quitman County (2,335)
  • Webster County (2,599)
  • Glasscock County (3,006)
  • Clay County (3,020)
  • Baker County (3,150)
  • Echols County (3,961)
  • Schley County (5,098)
  • Warren County (5,442)
  • Stewart County (5,705)
  • Miller County (5,926)
  • Talbot County (6,171)
  • Calhoun County (6,324)
  • Treutlen County (6,637)
  • Clinch County (6,829)
  • Randolph County (7,177)
  • Lincoln County (7,828)
  • Wheeler County (7,978)
  • Turner County (8,030)
  • Twiggs County (8,171)
  • Taylor County (8,232)
  • Atkinson County (8,273)
  • Seminole County (8,468)
  • Marion County (8,524)
  • Hancock County (8.640)
  • Wilcox County (8,761)
  • Jenkins County (8,849)
  • Terrell County (8,967)
  • Montgomery County (9,060)
  • Wilkinson County (9,104)
  • Irwin County (9,422)
  • Johnson County (9,505)
  • Wilkes County (9,805)
  • Early County (10,339)
  • Lanier County (10,339)
  • Evans County (10,670)
  • Candler County (10,910)
  • Chattahoochee County (10,922)
  • Pulaski County (11,251)
  • Bacon County (11,372)
  • Towns County (11,391)
  • Heard County (11,487)
  • Crawford County (12,322)
  • Charlton County (12,497)
  • Bleckley County (12,970)
  • Macon County (13,450)
  • Jasper County (13,654)
  • Dooly County (13,763)
  • McIntosh County (13,927)
  • Screven County (14,044)
  • Jeff Davis County (14,877)
  • Oglethorpe County (14,921)
  • Brooks County (15,687)
  • Jefferson County (15,916)
  • Telfair County (15,965)
  • Dade County (16,257)
  • Rabun County (16,559)
  • Greene County (17,003)
  • Cook County (17,167)
  • Ben Hill County (17,243)
  • Pike County (17,941)
  • Morgan County (18,170)
  • Brantley County (18,355)
  • Banks County (18,397)
  • Appling County (18,428)
  • Long County (18,437)
  • Lamar County (18,469)
  • Berrien County (18,993)
  • Elbert County (19,143)
  • Pierce County (19,171)
  • Washington County (20,457)
  • Dodge County (20,563)
  • Worth County (20,748)
  • Putnam County (21,477)
  • McDuffie County (21,490)
  • Franklin County (22,320)

The full list of counties in Georgia and their populations can be found at the U.S. Census Bureau’s website.

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