Lexington-Fayette–Richmond–Frankfort, KY Combined Statistical Area

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Location of the Lexington-Fayette-Frankfort-Richmond CSA and its components:
  Lexington-Fayette Metropolitan Statistical Area
  Richmond-Berea Micropolitan Statistical Area
  Frankfort Micropolitan Statistical Area
  Mount Sterling Micropolitan Statistical Area

The Lexington-Fayette–Richmond–Frankfort, KY Combined Statistical Area, created by the United States Bureau of the Census in 2000, is the 76th largest Combined Statistical Area (CSA) of the United States.[1] It consists of the Lexington-Fayette, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the Micropolitan Statistical Areas (which is also abbreviated as MSA) of Frankfort, Kentucky, Mount Sterling, and Richmond-Berea.

Geographic Area 2010 Census Census 2000 1990 Census
Lexington-Fayette-Frankfort-Richmond, KY CSA 687,173 602,773 513,436¹
Lexington-Fayette, KY MSA 472,099 408,326 348,428
Bourbon County, Kentucky 19,985 19,360 19,236
Clark County, Kentucky 35,613 33,144 29,496
Fayette County, Kentucky 295,803 260,512 225,366
Jessamine County, Kentucky 48,586 39,041 30,508
Scott County, Kentucky 47,172 33,061 23,867
Woodford County, Kentucky 24,939 23,208 19,955
Frankfort, KY MSA 70,706 66,798¹ 58,352¹
Anderson County, Kentucky 21,421 19,111 14,571
Franklin County, Kentucky 49,285 47,687 43,781
Mount Sterling, KY MSA 44,396 40,195¹ 34,345¹
Bath County, Kentucky 11,591 11,085 9,692
Menifee County, Kentucky 6,306 6,556 5,092
Montgomery County, Kentucky 26,499 22,554 19,561
Richmond, KY MSA 99,972 87,454¹ 72,311¹
Madison County, Kentucky 82,916 70,872 57,508
Rockcastle County, Kentucky 17,056 16,582 14,803

• Populations are based upon published estimates by the United States Bureau of the Census.

¹Census defined area did not exist during this Census. Population totals are for counties included in 2005 Census MSA or CSA estimates. Population is shown for comparison purposes only and should not be used as a reference.

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  1. ^ Population in Combined Statistical Areas (CSAs) in Alphabetical Order and Numerical and Percent Change for the United States and Puerto Rico: 1990 and 2000

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