Latest Data (2015)
Population 77,742
Nationwide Rank 435

Quick Facts

Racine, Wisconsin is the 435th largest city in the United States as of 2015.

Racine, Wisconsin is a city.

Racine, Wisconsin is currently 7.9% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Racine, Wisconsin's growth is extremely below average. 93% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Racine, Wisconsin Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities

Rank Name Growth
2000-2015
429 Kennewick, Washington 32.7%
430 Alameda, California 8.4%
431 Bellflower, California 7.4%
432 Chino Hills, California 16.2%
433 Bloomington, Illinois 19.1%
434 Springdale, Arkansas 62.6%
435 Racine, Wisconsin -5.0%
436 Hammond, Indiana -6.2%
437 Milpitas, California 23.4%
438 Gary, Indiana -24.7%
439 Scranton, Pennsylvania 1.6%
440 Baldwin Park, California 1.4%
441 Auburn, Washington 38.8%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2015 77,742 435
2014 78,065 428
2013 78,199 421
2012 78,303 411
2011 78,517 404
2010 78,860 396
2009 82,009 366
2008 82,171 362
2007 82,166 356
2006 81,971 357
2005 81,919 353
2004 81,822 345
2003 81,720 339
2002 81,725 339
2001 81,773 335
2000 81,871 327
1990 84,420 261