Deleware Census Data
Data for Delaware show that the five most populous incorporated places and their 2010 Census counts are Wilmington, 70,851; Dover, 36,047; Newark, 31,454; Middletown, 18,871; and Smyrna, 10,023. Wilmington decreased by 2.5 percent since the 2000 Census. Dover grew by 12.2 percent, Newark grew by 10.2 percent, Middletown grew by 206.3 percent, and Smyrna grew by 76.5 percent.
The largest county is New Castle, with a population of 538,479. Its population grew by 7.6 percent since 2000. The state’s other counties are Sussex, with a population of 197,145 (increase of 25.9 percent); and Kent, 162,310 (increase of 28.1 percent). Read More »