Ohio County is a county located in southeastern Indiana. Ohio County is the smallest county in Indiana by population. Ohio County is the smallest in size. A total of 92 results have been found.
The county of Switzerland experienced a population decline of 8.3%. The county's total population is now 9,737 people. The population of many of Indiana's rural counties declined over the past 10 years, according to data recently released in the United States. The counties with the most significant population loss are Union County (-6.63%), Blackford County (-6.59%) and Pulaski County (-6.43%).
After Hamilton County is Boone County, which grew by 17.72%, and Hendericks County, with a population growth rate of 14.46%. The county with the lowest population in the state of Indiana is Ohio County, which has a population of 5,844.