US Census: Dallas County, Iowa population up 36-percent

DALLAS COUNTY, Iowa- New U.S. Census Bureau numbers show the population in Iowa's Dallas County has grown by 36-percent since 2010.

That puts Dallas County in the eighth spot in the nation, in terms of counties with the highest percentage of growth.

In 2010, Dallas County's population was just over 66,100 in 2018 the population had swollen past 90,100.

The report states the Iowa population has grown by 3.6 percent since 2010 to an estimated 3,156,145 in 2018.

The U.S. Census Bureau finds Johnson County has grown 15-percent to 151,000, Story County has grown by 9-percent to 89,500, and Linn County has grown by nearly 7 percent to nearly 226-thousand. Scott County has grown nearly 5-percent to 173,283.

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