Indiana Population 2017
From the latest Census estimates and the current rate of change, we estimate Indiana's population in 2016 at 6,641,480.
Yearly estimates are given for states within the US, and the most recent suggests Indiana’s population had increased to 6,619,680 in 2015. The state has a population density of 181 people per square mile, which ranks it as the 16th most densely populated state in the country. Indiana has a 2016 growth rate of 0.33%, which ranks 29th.
Indiana was admitted as a state to the US in 1816, but population figures can be traced back to 1800. As for the present day, the last official census within the United States took place in 2010 and at the time, the population of Indiana was declared at 6,483,802, a rise of 6.6% on the numbers from 2000.
Indiana Population Density and Demographics
In terms of pure land mass, the state of Indiana covers an area of 36,418 square miles (94,321 square kilometers), and this makes it only the 38th largest state in the country by area. However, Indiana ranks much better in terms of numbers and population density.