Obion County Population 2017

Obion County's estimated population is 30,578 with a growth rate of -0.18% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data. Obion County is the 49th largest county in Tennessee.

Year Population Growth Growth Rate
201630,578-55-0.18%
201530,633-242-0.78%
201430,875-193-0.62%
201331,068-278-0.89%
201231,346-337-1.06%
201131,683-132-0.41%
201031,815980.31%
199031,717-1,064-3.25%
198032,7812,8459.50%
197029,9362,97911.05%
196026,957-2,099-7.22%
195029,056-1,922-6.20%
194030,9781,8926.50%
193029,0866932.44%
192028,393-1,553-5.19%
191029,9461,6605.87%
190028,2861,0133.71%
189027,2734,36119.03%
188022,9127,32847.02%
187015,5842,76721.59%
186012,8175,18467.92%
18507,6332,81958.56%
18404,8142,715129.35%
18302,0990.00%

Obion County Population Growth

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Obion County Race Data

Race Population Percentage
White26,65887.18%
Black or African American3,29510.78%
Two or More Races4521.48%
Asian1230.40%
American Indian and Alaska Native810.26%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander240.08%

Obion County Population Pyramid

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Population of Cities in Obion County

City 2010 Census 2016 Estimated Growth Growth Rate
Union City1086410589-275-2.53%
South Fulton23652256-109-4.61%
Troy13441285-59-4.39%
Obion11241072-52-4.63%
Hornbeak406389-17-4.19%
Woodland Mills377364-13-3.45%
Rives328316-12-3.66%
Samburg215207-8-3.72%
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