Population Of Tennessee 2020: (Population Growth Demography, Facts)

Tennessee is a southeastern state placed in the United States. Nashville is the capital as well as the most populated city in the state. By the 20th century, it changed itself from an agrarian economy to a diversified one. One of the major attractions of the state, which is the most visited national park in the country, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Population Of Tennessee 2020

While going back to history, the earliest variant of its name was pronounced as Tanasqui in 1567 by  Juan Pardo was a Spanish explorer and gave this name when he and his men passed by an American Indian village. The state also comprises of many attractions to check out for locals and tourists.

Population Of Tennessee In 2020:

To know the population of Tennessee in 2020, the data for the last 5 years needs to be looked at. They are as follows:

  1. 2015 –6.58 Million
  2. 2016 – 6.65 Million
  3. 2017 – 6.70 Million
  4. 2018 – 6.7527 Million
  5. 2019 – 6.79524 Million

Looking at the population from 2015-19; there is a growth of 0.21524 Million in the past 5 years. On average, every year the population grows by 0.043048 Million. Additionally, the population in 2020 is expected to be 6.79524 Million + 0.043048 Million = 6.838288 Million. As per conclusion, the population of Tennessee in 2020 is 6.838288 Million.

Tennessee Population 2020 – 6.838288 Million (Estimated)

Demography Of Tennessee:

As per religion is concerned, 81% of the population are Christians with a mix of Protestants and Catholics. Moreover, Islam and Jewish have a presence of 2% each with others are non-religious. In terms of race, 79% White, 18% Black, 1% Asian, 0.5% Native, and others make up the rest of the population of the state. The gender ratio is tilted towards females with 51.3% and males consisting of 48.7%.

Population Density And Growth Of Tennessee:

The state has a population density of 61.5 persons per square kilometer. By the year 1790, the population of Tennessee was about 35,000 and in just 10 years, it went way higher to touch 105,000. This was one of the biggest population spikes of the state and throughout the coming years, it went through a smooth process of population growth. It is expected that in a year or two by 2022 it might touch the magical figure of 7 million and 7.5 million by the year 2025.

Facts About Tennessee:

  1. It is also known popularly as the volunteer state, this is because the state had a large number of volunteers during the war in 1812.

  2. We all know Mountain Dew is a popular soft drink with fizz in it, but do you know where it originated? Well, Tennessee is the home of Mountain Dew and it was made to mix it with whiskey.

  3. Nashville as being the capital also holds an amazing record with it. It is the place where the longest-running live radio program in the world belongs to. The radio broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry has been going on each weekend since the year 1925.

  4. As mentioned above, the state of Tennessee is home to the most visited National Park in the United States in the form of the Smoky Mountains National Park. It is visited by a large number of people from all the country and also boosts tourism in the state.

  5. There were mostly three types of Native Americans that lived in here for a long time. The Creek lived in the southeast portion of the state, Chickasaw lived in the western part and Cherokee controlled the central part of the state and mostly used to hunt.