Minnesota Census Data

Data for Minnesota show that the five most populous incorporated places and their 2010 Census counts are Minneapolis, 382,578; St. Paul, 285,068; Rochester, 106,769; Duluth, 86,265; and Bloomington, 82,893. Minneapolis’ population decreased by 40 people, resulting in a 0.0 percent change since the 2000 Census. St. Paul decreased by 0.7 percent, Rochester grew by 24.4 percent, Duluth decreased by 0.8 percent, and Bloomington decreased by 2.7 percent.

The largest county is Hennepin, with a population of 1,152,425. Its population grew by 3.2 percent since 2000. The other counties in the top five include Ramsey, with a population of 508,640 (decrease of 0.5 percent); Dakota, 398,552 (increase of 12.0 percent); Anoka, 330,844 (increase of 11.0 percent); and Washington, 238,136 (increase of 18.4 percent). Read More »