Vermont Population, Area, and Density
The population of Vermont is 626,562 people based on the U.S. Census Bureau's 2014 estimate. Vermont is ranked number 51 out of 56 U.S. States and Territories in terms of highest population. This is 89.1% below the national average of 5,763,868 people.
The total area in Vermont is 9,616.3 square miles. There state is 95.8% land and 4.2% water. The population density in Vermont is 68.0 people per square mile (37th out of 56).
Population Density CalculationPopulation Density = Total Population ÷ Total Land Area
Population Density = 626,562 people ÷ 9,216.6 sq mi
Population Density = 68.0 people per sq mile
|Population||626,562 (51st out of 56)||625,741 (50th out of 56)||608,827 (50th out of 56)|
|Difference||89.1% below avg||88.8% below avg||88.1% below avg|
|Total Area||9,616.3 mi2||24,906 km2||6,154,397 acres||(45th out of 56)|
|Land Area||9,216.6 mi2||23,871 km2||5,898,643 acres||(95.8%)|
|Water Area||399.6 mi2||1,035 km2||255,754 acres||(4.2%)|
|National Average||4,821.4 mi2||12,487 km2||3,085,666 acres|
|Density (people per sq mi)||68.0 (37th out of 56)||67.9 (36th out of 56)||66.1 (36th out of 56)|
|Average (people per sq mi)||434.9||415.6||398.2|
|Difference||84.4% below avg||83.7% below avg||83.4% below avg|