Lee County Population 2017

Lee County's estimated population is 34,615 with a growth rate of -1.30% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data. Lee County is the 21st largest county in Iowa.

Year Population Growth Growth Rate
201634,615-456-1.30%
201535,071-135-0.38%
201435,206-153-0.43%
201335,359-251-0.70%
201235,610240.07%
201135,586-252-0.70%
201035,838-2,849-7.36%
199038,687-4,419-10.25%
198043,1061100.26%
197042,996-1,211-2.74%
196044,2071,1052.56%
195043,1022,0284.94%
194041,074-194-0.47%
193041,2681,5924.01%
192039,6762,9748.10%
191036,702-3,017-7.60%
190039,7192,0045.31%
189037,7152,8568.19%
188034,859-2,351-6.32%
187037,2107,97827.29%
186029,23210,37154.99%
185018,86112,768209.55%
18406,0930.00%

Lee County Population Growth

Population Data via

Lee County Race Data

Race Population Percentage
White33,01695.38%
Black or African American1,0563.05%
Two or More Races6861.98%
Asian2030.59%
American Indian and Alaska Native980.28%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander120.03%

Lee County Population Pyramid

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Population of Cities in Lee County

City 2010 Census 2016 Estimated Growth Growth Rate
Fort Madison1105110597-454-4.11%
Keokuk1077710431-346-3.21%
West Point966954-12-1.24%
Donnellson912885-27-2.96%
Montrose898869-29-3.23%
Houghton146143-3-2.05%
Data Sources
  1. US Census City/Town Population estimates - Most recent state estimates from the Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program
  2. Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790 - 1990