America's Loneliest Counties
Stories and Stats from The Least Populated Most Remote Rural Counties in the US
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Updated April 2014
Grant County, Nebraska
County ranks as number 10 in our list of the most sparsely
populated counties in the United States.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau the population of Grant
County was probably 747 in the year 2000. By 2005 there were
661 inhabitants. By July, 2006 there were only 660 individuals
calling Grant County, Nebraska home. As of 2013, the estimate
has fallen to just 633 remaining residents.
The population of Grant County, Nebraska increased by 19 in
2013 bringing the total to 633 people living in 391 homes
and apartments spread across 776 square miles.
People who live in Grant County have an annual income of
$19831 which is $6692 less than the statewide average for
Nebraska. The average per capita income nationwide is
$28051. Grant County ranks number 117 for highest income in
sparsely populated counties.
REAL ESTATE VALUES
Homes are cheap here with the median value of a home being
$48400 compared to $181400 nationwide. 68.7% of housing
units in Grant County are occupied by their owners.
The US Census Bureau reports 0.7% of the county's residents are foreign immigrants who have settled in one of the most remote places in America.