All Anderson County population data above are from the US Census Bureau except for the population projection data, which are from the University of Tennessee. Center for Business and Economic Research. State and County Population Projections. Released August 2013. Downloaded October 2014.
With 75,528 people, Anderson County is the 17th most populated county in the state of Tennessee out of 95 counties. But watch out, Anderson County, because Greene County with 68,335 people and Putnam County with 74,165 people are right behind you.
The largest Anderson County racial/ethnic groups are White (90.0%) followed by Black (4.7%) and Hispanic (2.4%).
In 2013, the median household income of Anderson County residents was $40,907. Anderson County households made slightly more than Cannon County households ($40,689) and Sevier County households ($40,715) . However, 22.6% of Anderson County residents live in poverty.
The median age for Anderson County residents is 42.4 years young.
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