Latest Data (2018)
Population 6,131
Nationwide Rank 4225

Quick Facts

Princeton, Kentucky is the 4,225th largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Princeton, Kentucky is a city.

Princeton, Kentucky is currently 13.1% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Princeton, Kentucky's growth is below average. 78% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Princeton, Kentucky Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
4215 St. Helena, California 6,152 3.4%
4216 Pauls Valley, Oklahoma 6,150 -1.7%
4217 Lindale, Texas 6,149 95.1%
4218 Harriman, Tennessee 6,145 -9.2%
4219 Hudson, New York 6,144 -18.1%
4220 Pontotoc, Mississippi 6,144 13.9%
4221 Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina 6,137 102.5%
4222 High Springs, Florida 6,137 48.2%
4223 Twin Lakes, Wisconsin 6,136 18.7%
4224 Tequesta, Florida 6,133 15.9%
4225 Princeton, Kentucky 6,131 -6.0%
4226 Edgewood, New Mexico 6,130 208.8%
4227 Stewartville, Minnesota 6,125 12.3%
4228 Huntingburg, Indiana 6,124 5.4%
4229 Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, New Mexico 6,119 12.5%
4230 Manistee, Michigan 6,116 -7.0%
4231 Newberry, Florida 6,115 68.5%
4232 Orange Beach, Alabama 6,114 55.4%
4233 Shrewsbury, Missouri 6,114 -7.8%
4234 Thompson's Station, Tennessee 6,114 298.5%
4235 Ocean Shores, Washington 6,112 58.5%

Similarly Sized Cities In Kentucky

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
2791 Somerset 11,486 0.6%
2793 Lyndon 11,483 13.7%
2794 Lawrenceburg 11,479 25.2%
2806 Campbellsville 11,411 9.0%
3105 Mayfield 9,874 -4.6%
3107 Paris 9,872 7.4%
3167 Alexandria 9,549 11.7%
3209 Middlesborough 9,326 -10.0%
3213 Versailles 9,316 17.8%
3245 Hillview 9,148 29.9%
3287 Franklin 8,969 10.1%
3290 La Grange 8,965 56.9%
3341 Maysville 8,779 -2.1%
3357 Edgewood 8,733 -6.9%
3383 Elsmere 8,642 5.9%
3422 Harrodsburg 8,492 4.0%
3513 Fort Mitchell 8,242 2.0%
3582 London 8,043 7.9%
3625 Middletown 7,915 35.6%
3718 Morehead 7,634 0.4%
3772 Villa Hills 7,448 -6.1%
3793 Oak Grove 7,376 3.9%
3826 Mount Sterling 7,278 18.7%
3834 Corbin 7,261 -7.9%
3885 Highland Heights 7,103 4.1%
3895 Flatwoods 7,082 -5.6%
3905 Russellville 7,057 -1.3%
3966 Leitchfield 6,831 9.5%
3981 Taylor Mill 6,792 -7.3%
4045 Pikeville 6,638 2.3%
4110 Cold Spring 6,446 63.5%
4121 Wilmore 6,423 8.8%
4145 Cynthiana 6,362 0.3%
4167 Vine Grove 6,310 51.5%
4225 Princeton 6,131 -6.0%
4259 Monticello 6,034 0.8%
4292 Union 5,930 102.8%
4369 Bellevue 5,772 -10.7%
4379 Central City 5,754 -2.1%
4388 Fort Wright 5,737 0.9%
4392 Douglass Hills 5,730 3.2%
4401 Lebanon 5,698 -3.4%
4480 Dayton 5,507 -7.5%
4586 Williamsburg 5,281 6.7%
4711 Crestwood 5,039 92.4%
4731 Hazard 4,997 2.7%
4774 Prospect 4,925 6.4%
4949 Columbia 4,636 5.1%
5025 Ludlow 4,500 2.2%
5033 Scottsville 4,488 3.7%
5050 Benton 4,469 2.8%
5096 Hurstbourne 4,403 13.5%
5210 Greenville 4,252 -3.0%
5337 Crescent Springs 4,056 2.7%
5355 Paintsville 4,037 -2.0%
5384 Walton 3,995 60.0%
5426 Grayson 3,944 1.5%
5427 Williamstown 3,944 21.2%
5428 Southgate 3,942 13.5%
5458 Crittenden 3,899 51.8%
5485 Lancaster 3,856 0.6%
5507 Carrollton 3,830 -0.2%
5611 Stanford 3,686 7.5%
5689 Beaver Dam 3,589 16.6%
5694 Prestonsburg 3,583 -7.2%
5735 West Liberty 3,532 8.7%
5842 Morganfield 3,401 -2.2%
5947 Crestview Hills 3,280 12.1%
5981 Russell 3,245 -10.7%
5989 Hodgenville 3,238 12.0%
6141 Barbourville 3,099 -13.5%
6169 Wilder 3,070 17.2%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 6,131 4,225
2017 6,108 4,211
2016 6,119 4,195
2015 6,174 4,162
2014 6,199 4,136
2013 6,252 4,103
2012 6,302 4,068
2011 6,334 4,044
2010 6,329 4,035
2009 6,386 3,956
2008 6,393 3,931
2007 6,361 3,933
2006 6,339 3,917
2005 6,341 3,894
2004 6,339 3,876
2003 6,375 3,850
2002 6,399 3,823
2001 6,423 3,796
2000 6,525 3,732
1990 7,057 3,228