More than 4 million people call Kentucky home these days, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Newly released numbers show current population estimates for the Bluegrass State land at 4.2 million.
That puts Kentucky 30th in line for the largest population in the U.S.
Of the state's counties, Robertson has the fewest residents at just over 2,200, while Jefferson has the most, at 713,000.
282,000 people live in Fayette County.