Table 1.  The Most Populous Counties and Incorporated Places in 2010 in Michigan:  2000 and 2010
(For information on confidentiality protection, nonsampling error, and definitions, see http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/pl94-171.pdf)
Population rank     Population Change, 2000 to 2010
             
2010 2000   Geographic area 2000 1 2010 Number Percent
             
    Michigan………...………………………………………………. 9 938 444 9 883 640 - 54 804 -0.6
             
    COUNTY        
             
1 1   Wayne County…………………………………………….. 2 061 162 1 820 584 - 240 578 -11.7
2 2   Oakland County…………………………………………….. 1 194 156 1 202 362  8 206 0.7
3 3   Macomb County…………………………………………….  788 149  840 978  52 829 6.7
4 4   Kent County…………………………………………………  574 335  602 622  28 287 4.9
5 5   Genesee County……………………………………………  436 141  425 790 - 10 351 -2.4
6 6   Washtenaw County………………………………………..  322 895  344 791  21 896 6.8
7 7   Ingham County……………………………………………  279 320  280 895  1 575 0.6
8 9   Ottawa County……………………………………………..  238 314  263 801  25 487 10.7
9 8   Kalamazoo County…………………………………………….  238 603  250 331  11 728 4.9
10 10   Saginaw County………………………………………………  210 039  200 169 - 9 870 -4.7
11 15   Livingston County……………………………………………..  156 951  180 967  24 016 15.3
12 11   Muskegon County…………………………………………..  170 200  172 188  1 988 1.2
13 12   St. Clair County………………………………………………  164 235  163 040 - 1 195 -0.7
14 14   Jackson County………………………………………………  158 422  160 248  1 826 1.2
15 13   Berrien County……………………………………………..  162 453  156 813 - 5 640 -3.5
16 16   Monroe County………………………………………………….  145 945  152 021  6 076 4.2
17 17   Calhoun County………………………………………………..  137 985  136 146 - 1 839 -1.3
18 19   Allegan County…………………………………………………  105 665  111 408  5 743 5.4
19 18   Bay County…………………………………………………..  110 157  107 771 - 2 386 -2.2
20 20   Eaton County…………………………………………………  103 655  107 759  4 104 4.0
             
    INCORPORATED PLACE        
             
1 1   Detroit city……………………………………………………….  951 270  713 777 - 237 493 -25.0
2 2   Grand Rapids city……………………………………………….  197 800  188 040 - 9 760 -4.9
3 3   Warren city……………………………………………………  138 247  134 056 - 4 191 -3.0
4 5   Sterling Heights city…………………………………………….  124 471  129 699  5 228 4.2
5 6   Lansing city…………………………………………………….  119 128  114 297 - 4 831 -4.1
6 7   Ann Arbor city……………………………………………………..  114 024  113 934 -  90 -0.1
7 4   Flint city………………………………………………………..  124 943  102 434 - 22 509 -18.0
8 9   Dearborn city…………………………………………………..  97 775  98 153   378 0.4
9 8   Livonia city……………………………………………………….  100 545  96 942 - 3 603 -3.6
10 10   Westland city……………………………………………………  86 602  84 094 - 2 508 -2.9
11 12   Troy city………………………………………………………..  80 959  80 980   21 -
12 11   Farmington Hills city…………………………………………….  82 111  79 740 - 2 371 -2.9
13 14   Kalamazoo city………………………………………………..  77 145  74 262 - 2 883 -3.7
14 15   Wyoming city……………………………………………………..  69 368  72 125  2 757 4.0
15 13   Southfield city……………………………………………………..  78 296  71 739 - 6 557 -8.4
16 16   Rochester Hills city…………………………………………………….  68 825  70 995  2 170 3.2
17 18   Taylor city……………………………………………………………..  65 868  63 131 - 2 737 -4.2
18 19   St. Clair Shores city…………………………………………………………  63 096  59 715 - 3 381 -5.4
19 17   Pontiac city………………………………………………………………  66 337  59 515 - 6 822 -10.3
20 22   Dearborn Heights city……………………………………………………………………..  58 264  57 774 -  490 -0.8
               
 -  Represents zero or rounds to 0.0.
1 Census 2000 counts are as published in Census 2000 reports and thus do not include any changes published subsequently due to boundary changes or to the Count Question Resolution program.
Source:  U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File, Table PL1, and 2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File, Table P1.