Kentucky: By The Numbers


~ Housing 2010 ~



Kentucky: By The Numbers

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Every 10 years, the Decennial Census counts every resident in the United States. In addition to asking how many people live in a particular housing unit, since 1890, questions on home ownership have also been a part of the Census.


Housing units are defined as ďa house, apartment, mobile home or trailer, group of rooms or a single room occupied as separate living quarters.Ē Since the previous Census conducted in 2000, the number of housing units in Kentucky grew by 10.1%, adding 176,237 housing units across the state.




For more information on data from the 2010 Decennial Census,

see the publication:

The 2010 Census: New Decade, New Data.


To view these files, you will need Adobe Acrobat.

These publications are available online at the SNARL website at




County Data Sheets


PDF Files:

~ ~ Each Data Sheet is 1 Page Long ~ ~



To find your county, click on the file that contains your county name. 

All counties are listed alphabetically.


To print your county, scroll down to it and print the current page(s) only.

To print the entire series, print all pages in each file.




Adair County


Carlisle County



Knox County


Martin County



Carroll County


Garrard County



Mason County


Pulaski County



Grant County


Knott County



Robertson County


Woodford County




Data Sources Used


These data are from the 2010 Decennial Census.

Additional data are available at the U.S. Census Bureauís

NEW American FactFinder Website

Kentucky State Data Center



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