County Population (2000)
(Largest to Smallest)
1. Salt Lake 898,387
11. Uintah 25,224
21. Juab 8,238
2. Utah 368,536
12. Sanpete 22,763
22. Morgan 7,129
3. Davis 238,994
13. Carbon 20,422
23. Kane 6,046
4. Weber 196,533
14. Sevier 18,842
24. Beaver 6,005
5. Cache 91,391
15. Wasatch 15,215
25. Garfield 4,735
6. Washington 90,354
16. San Juan 14,413
26. Wayne 2,509
7. Box Elder 42,745
17. Duchesne 14,371
27. Rich 1,961
8. Tooele 40,735
28. Piute 1,435
9. Iron 33,779
19. Emery 10,860
29. Daggett 921
10. Summit 29,736
20. Grand 8,485
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County Population (2000)
(Smalest to Largest)
1. Daggett 921
11. Emery 10,860
21. Iron 33,779
2. Piute 1,435
22. Tooele 40,735
3. Rich 1,961
13. Duchesne 14,371
23. Box Elder 42,745
4. Wayne 2,509
14. San Juan 14,413
24. Washington 90,354
5. Garfield 4,735
15. Wasatch 15,215
25. Cache 91,391
6. Beaver 6,005
16. Sevier 18,842
26. Weber 196,533
7. Kane 6,046
17. Carbon 20,422
27. Davis 238,994
8. Morgan 7,129
18. Sanpete 22,763
28. Utah 368,536
9. Juab 8,238
19. Uintah 25,224
29. Salt Lake 898,387
10. Grand 8,485
20. Summit 29,736
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