2010 Census

The twenty-third United States Census, known as Census 2010, is the most recent national census of the United States. National Census Day was April 1, 2010 and is the reference date used in enumerating (counting) individuals. Directors of the 2010 Census made an emphasis on getting an accurate count, an emphasis that included the hiring of 635,000 temporary enumerators. The population of the United States was counted as 308,745,538, a 9.7% increase from the 2000 Census.

COUNTIES 2000 2010 # Change % Change
Brooke Co, WV 25,447 24,069 -1,378 -5.42%
Hancock Co, WV 32,667 30,676 -1,991 -6.09%
Jefferson Co, OH 73,894 69,709 -4,185 -5.66%
CENTRAL CITIES 2000 2010 # Change % Change
Steubenville, OH 19,015 18,659 -356 -1.87
Weirton, WV 20,411 19,746 -665 -3.26
BROOKE CO, WV 2000 2010 # Change % Change
Beech Bottom 606 523 -83 -13.70
Bethany 985 1,036 51 5.18
Follansbee 3,115 2,986 -129 -4.14
Wellsburg 2,891 2,805 -86 -2.97
Windsor Heights 431 423 -8 -1.86
HANCOCK CO, WV 2000 2010 # Change % Change
Chester 2,592 2,585 -7 -0.27
New Cumberland 1,099 1,103 4 0.36
JEFFERSON CO, OH 2000 2010 # Change % Change
Adena 815 759 -56 -6.87
Amsterdam 568 511 -57 -10.04
Bergholz 769 664 -105 -13.65
Bloomingdale 221 202 -19 -8.60
Dillonvale 781 665 -116 -14.85
Empire 300 299 -1 -0.33
Irondale 418 387 -31 -7.42
Mingo Junction 3,631 3,454 -177 -4.87
Mount Pleasant 535 478 -57 -10.54
New Alexandria 222 272 50 22.52
Rayland 434 417 -17 -3.92
Richmond 471 481 10 2.12
Smithfield 867 869 2 0.23
Stratton 277 294 17 6.14
Tiltonsville 1,329 1,372 43 3.24
Toronto 5,676 5,091 -585 -10.31
Wintersville 4,067 3,924 -143 -3.52
Yorkville 1,230 1,079 -151 -12.28