Ohio Census Data

Data for Ohio show that the five most populous incorporated places and their 2010 Census counts are Columbus, 787,033; Cleveland, 396,815; Cincinnati, 296,943; Toledo, 287,208; and Akron, 199,110. Columbus grew by 10.6 percent since the 2000 Census. Cleveland decreased by 17.1 percent, Cincinnati decreased by 10.4 percent, Toledo decreased by 8.4 percent, and Akron decreased by 8.3 percent.

The largest county is Cuyahoga, with a population of 1,280,122. Its population decreased by 8.2 percent since 2000. The other counties in the top five include Franklin, with a population of 1,163,414 (increase of 8.8 percent); Hamilton, 802,374 (decrease of 5.1 percent); Summit, 541,781 (decrease of 0.2 percent); and Montgomery, 535,153 (decrease of 4.3 percent). Read More »