List of micropolitan areas in Mississippi

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Micropolitan areas of Mississippi.

The State of Mississippi has a total of twenty micropolitan areas that are fully or partially located in the state. 27 of the state's 82 counties are considered by the United States Census Bureau as micropolitan. As of the 2000 Census, these counties had a combined population of 1,001,735 (35.2% of the state's total population). Based on a July 1, 2008 population estimate, that figure had declined to 998,992 (33.8% of the state's total population).[1]

Micropolitan areas[edit]

1 - part of the Columbus-West Point combined statistical area
2 - part of the Jackson-Yazoo City combined statistical area

Population statistics[edit]

Micropolitan Statistical Area July 1, 2009
Estimate
2000
Census
Growth Rate
(2000–2009)
Brookhaven 34,830 33,166 5.02%
Clarksdale 26,936 30,622 -12.04%
Cleveland 36,766 40,633 -9.52%
Columbus 59,658 61,586 -3.13%
Corinth 35,822 34,558 3.66%
Greenville 54,616 62,977 -13.28%
Greenwood 44,841 48,716 -7.95%
Grenada 23,046 23,263 -0.93%
Indianola 29,610 34,369 -13.85%
Laurel 85,716 83,107 3.14%
McComb 52,872 52,539 0.63%
Meridian 106,139 106,569 -0.40%
Natchez 49,711 54,587 -8.93%
Oxford 43,975 38,744 13.50%
Picayune 57,860 48,621 19.00%
Starkville 44,544 42,902 3.83%
Tupelo 134,161 125,251 7.11%
Vicksburg 48,175 49,644 -2.96%
West Point 20,722 21,979 -5.72%
Yazoo City 27,981 28,149 -0.60%

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