A total of 92 results have been found. According to the 2000 United States Census, the population of Indiana was 6,045,485, the average population of Indiana's 92 counties is 65,712, with Marion County the most populous (860, 45) and Ohio County (5, 62) the least populated. The average land area is 396 square miles (1,030 km). The largest county is Allen (657 m2).
Me. Under the Indiana Constitution, no county smaller than 400 square miles can be created, nor can any county smaller than this one be further reduced in size. Many Indiana counties are named after the founding fathers of the United States and the personalities of the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 and the Battle of Tippecanoe; the first leaders of the territory of Indiana and Indiana, as well as of surrounding states such as Michigan and Kentucky; in addition to tribes native American and geographical features. There are 92 counties in Indiana.
The following is an alphabetical list of Indiana's counties, their county seats, the date they were founded, and the origin of the county's name. Most significantly, the twenty largest counties accounted for 80 percent of the state's population increase of 233,000 in the six years since the 2000 census. All but two counties (Warren and Vermillion) experienced a natural increase and eight counties had positive net migration. The oldest counties are generally located in the south, near the Ohio River, while the newer ones are in the north, in territory acquired later.
The counties with the most significant population loss are Union County (-6.63%), Blackford County (-6.59%) and Pulaski County (-6.43%).