Rhode Island  Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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This is a list of the five counties in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. Rhode Island is tied with Hawaii for having the second-lowest number of counties of any U.S. state (only Delaware has fewer, with three counties).

County FIPS County Code County Seat Established Origin Population Area
Bristol County 1 Bristol 1747 Created from land gained from Bristol County, Massachusettsafter resolution of a boundary dispute between the two colonies. 49,875 24 sq mi
Kent County 3 East Greenwich 1750 Created from part of Providence County. 1,66,158 168 sq mi
Newport County 5 Newport 1703 Formed as Rhode Island County in 1703. Renamed Newport County in 1729 82,888 102 sq mi
Providence County 7 Providence 1703 Formed in 1703 as Providence Plantations County. Renamed Providence County in 1729 6,26,667 409 sq mi
Washington County 9 South Kingstown* 1729 Formed in 1729 as Kings County from part of Providence Plantations County. Renamed Washington County in 1781. 1,26,979 329 sq mi

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