Clinton County, just north of Lansing, is showing the best growth among Michigan counties.
Census results released Tuesday show Clinton County has more than 75,000 residents, an increase of 16.5 percent since 2000. Livingston County is up by 15 percent, followed by Grand Traverse County at 12 percent, Isabella County at 11 percent and Ottawa County at nearly 11 percent.
Wayne remains the largest county in Michigan, followed by Oakland, Macomb, Kent and Genesee.
At the other end, Keweenaw in the Upper Peninsula remains the smallest county at just 2,156 people. It is a peninsula that extends into Lake Superior, more than 500 miles from Lansing.