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Location of the Knoxville-Sevierville-La Follette CSA and its components:      Knoxville Metropolitan Statistical Area      Morristown Metropolitan Statistical Area      La Follette Micropolitan Statistical Area      Harriman Micropolitan Statistical Area      Newport Micropolitan Statistical Area      Sevierville Micropolitan Statistical Area

Knoxville Metropolitan Area is the third largest Metropolitan Statistical Area in Tennessee. It consists of Knoxville, Tennessee as its central city and the following counties:

The metropolitan area population recorded in the 2000 Census was 616,079. The U.S. Census Bureau estimate of the 2008 population is 691,152, making it the 73rd largest metropolitan statistical area in the United States.[1]

Knoxville Metropolitan Area is the chief component of the larger Knoxville-Sevierville-La Follette TN Combined Statistical Area (CSA), which also includes the Morristown Metropolitan Statistical Area (Hamblen, Grainger, and Jefferson counties) and the Sevierville (Sevier County), La Follette (Campbell County), Harriman (Roane County), and Newport (Cocke County) Micropolitan Statistical Areas. The combined population of the CSA as of the 2000 Census was 935,659. Its estimated 2008 population was 1,041,955.[1]

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