Johnson County Population 2017

Johnson County's estimated population is 163,274 with a growth rate of 2.25% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data. Johnson County is the 26th largest county in Texas.

Year Population Growth Growth Rate
2016163,2743,6002.25%
2015159,6742,7711.77%
2014156,9032,3461.52%
2013154,5571,2440.81%
2012153,3131,3580.89%
2011151,9556920.46%
2010151,26354,09855.68%
199097,16529,51643.63%
198067,64921,88047.81%
197045,76911,04931.82%
196034,7203,33010.61%
195031,3901,0063.31%
194030,384-2,933-8.80%
193033,317-3,969-10.64%
192037,2862,8268.20%
191034,4606411.90%
190033,81911,50651.57%
189022,3134,40224.58%
188017,91112,988263.82%
18704,92361814.36%
18604,3050.00%

Johnson County Population Growth

Population Data via

Johnson County Race Data

Race Population Percentage
White148,24690.80%
Black or African American4,9573.04%
Two or More Races2,7791.70%
American Indian and Alaska Native1,6080.98%
Asian1,3360.82%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander7480.46%

Johnson County Population Pyramid

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Population of Cities in Johnson County

City 2010 Census 2016 Estimated Growth Growth Rate
Burleson3672945016828722.56%
Cleburne29637302235861.98%
Joshua6088684675812.45%
Keene605062932434.02%
Alvarado375239932416.42%
Venus2933344451117.42%
Grandview15611656956.09%
Godley1005111110610.55%
Rio Vista869944758.63%
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