Every county in Utah, except for three, has seen population growth since the 2010 Census.
The 2018 figures were released by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute of the David Eccles School of Business of The University of Utah.
Wasatch County (36.6%), Morgan County (26.3%), Washington County (23.8%) and Utah County (22.7%) saw the biggest growth.
Just three counties saw a population loss; Carbon County, Emery County and Wayne County.
The total number of people lost from those counties was just 343 people combined.
Statewide, Utah has gained 402,762 people since the 2010 Census.
Salt Lake County continues to house the bulk of the Beehive State's population with 1,142,077 people, followed by Utah County (633,582) and Davis County (352,802).
Sixteen Utah counties saw double digit percentage growth.