Kentucky: By The Numbers


~ Migration Update ~



Kentucky: By The Numbers

Rural Resources

American Community Survey

Rural Issues Briefs

Links to Additional Data

Rural Welfare Reform



This issue of “Kentucky: By the Numbers” uses 2000 Census data to look at migration in two ways. The first looks at if a person moved to a different house during the previous 5 years. This can be a different house but in the same place, or a different place altogether. The other way of looking at migration is to compare where people were born to where they live today. In Kentucky, 73.7% of all people were born in Kentucky. Nationally, 59.9% live in the same state in which they were born.


Other "Kentucky: By the Numbers" webpages:

        Data Series


         Links to Additional Data Sites

        Kentucky: By the Numbers Homepage


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These publications are available online at the SNARL website at




County Data Sheets


PDF Files:

~ ~ Each Data Sheet is 2 Pages 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

through Boyd County



Knox County

through Livingston County



Boyle County

through Carlisle County



Logan County

through Martin County



Carroll County

through Daviess County



Mason County

through Nelson County



Edmonson County

through Garrard County



Nicholas County

through Pulaski County



Grant County

through Hart County



Robertson County

through Todd County



Henderson County

through Knott County



Trigg County

through Woodford County




Data Sources Used


These data are from the U.S. Census Bureau

and were downloaded from the American Factfinder website


Census data can also be found at the Kentucky State Data Center website




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