Both Kentucky and North Carolina have counties named Rowan County. Rowan County, North Carolina is more populous, with just over 138,000 residents as of 2010. Rowan County, Kentucky has just over 23,000 residents.Continue Reading
Rowan County, Kentucky is located in the east of the state, while Rowan County, North Carolina is located close to the center of the state.
Rowan County, Kentucky's population has increased by 5.61 percent since 2000, while Rowan County, North Carolina's population has grown by 6.21 percent.
The median household income in Rowan County, Kentucky was $33,615 between 2008 and 2012, which is an increase of 19.82 percent since 2000. Rowan County, North Carolina's median household income was $41,561 between 2008 and 2012, an increase of 10.85 percent since 2000.Learn more about The South