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Fourth District Population

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In 2004, 16.9 million people—or 5.7% of the U.S. population—called the Fourth District home. The majority of District residents (77.5%) lived in metropolitan areas. Of the 169 District counties, Cuyahoga had the largest population (nearly 1.4 million) and Kentucky’s Robertson County had the smallest (2,300). Like many counties in Fourth District Kentucky, Robertson’s relatively low population resulted from its slight dimensions and its rural nature.


Suggested citation: “Fourth District Population,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 06-02, pp. 15-16, 02.15.2006.

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