Latest Data (2018)
Population 4,255
Nationwide Rank 5208

Quick Facts

Newport, Vermont is the 5,208th largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Newport, Vermont is a city.

Newport, Vermont is currently 15.2% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Newport, Vermont's growth is extremely below average. 96% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
5198 West Wendover, Nevada 4,265 -10.3%
5199 Cross Plains, Wisconsin 4,264 37.7%
5200 Mitchell, Indiana 4,263 -7.3%
5201 Lonoke, Arkansas 4,262 -0.7%
5202 Taylor, Arizona 4,262 32.3%
5203 Dillon, Montana 4,261 0.0%
5204 Morgan, Utah 4,260 60.9%
5205 Deer Park, Illinois 4,259 35.6%
5206 Freeburg, Illinois 4,257 4.0%
5207 Van Alstyne, Texas 4,256 70.3%
5208 Newport, Vermont 4,255 -15.1%
5209 Grant-Valkaria, Florida 4,254 43.3%
5210 Greenville, Kentucky 4,252 -3.0%
5211 Hokes Bluff, Alabama 4,252 2.6%
5212 Indian River Shores, Florida 4,252 23.2%
5213 San Diego, Texas 4,251 -10.1%
5214 Wayland, Michigan 4,250 7.7%
5215 Blanchester, Ohio 4,249 -1.0%
5216 Medina, Tennessee 4,246 330.1%
5217 Deer Park, Washington 4,245 40.1%
5218 Centralia, Missouri 4,244 12.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In Vermont

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
3777 Montpelier 7,436 -7.3%
3808 Winooski 7,337 11.7%
3972 St. Albans 6,813 -10.9%
5208 Newport 4,255 -15.1%
6231 Bellows Falls 3,004 -4.7%
6680 Vergennes 2,601 -5.0%
6935 Swanton 2,412 -5.4%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 4,255 5,208
2017 4,288 5,160
2016 4,328 5,120
2015 4,442 5,026
2014 4,473 4,998
2013 4,520 4,956
2012 4,530 4,932
2011 4,551 4,910
2010 4,589 4,865
2009 5,125 4,532
2008 5,152 4,497
2007 5,181 4,455
2006 5,188 4,418
2005 5,125 4,442
2004 5,062 4,457
2003 5,063 4,428
2002 5,037 4,424
2001 5,026 4,408
2000 5,016 4,403
1990 4,455 4,377