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Description Oregon Population Growth by County, 2000-2007. Population growth in the green counties was higher than the national average, while growth in the purple counties was lower than the national average. Oregon's total population growth was 9.5%, compared with the national average of 7.7%. The fastest growing county was Deschutes at 39.4%. Leading the way in the Portland metro area was Washington County at 14.8%, followed by Clackamas at 10.0%, Yamhill at 9.5%, and Multnomah at 7.5%.
Date 3 April 2008
Source self-made using the state map at Image:Oregon counties.PNG and the 2007 Annual Population Report from the Portland State Population Research Centre.
Author Northwest-historian
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