What is the current population of Anderson?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Anderson is 54,765. Anderson, Indiana is the 708th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Anderson?

The peak population of Anderson was in 2000, when its population was 59,616. In 2000, Anderson was the 489th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 708th largest city in the US. Anderson is currently 8.1% smaller than it was in 2000.

How quickly is Anderson shrinking?

Anderson has shrunk 8.1% since the year 2000. Anderson, Indiana's growth is extremely below average. 98% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

What county is Anderson, Indiana in?

Anderson is located entirely in Madison County.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 54,765 708
2018 55,037 697
2017 55,076 690
2016 55,130 680
2015 55,305 681
2014 55,455 667
2013 55,670 655
2012 55,554 647
2011 55,874 636
2010 56,129 623
2009 57,189 590
2008 57,115 580
2007 57,003 577
2006 57,139 572
2005 57,194 571
2004 57,670 550
2003 58,161 533
2002 58,710 519
2001 59,125 505
2000 59,616 489
1990 59,494 413

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
698 Grapevine, Texas 55,281 29.5%
699 Apple Valley, Minnesota 55,135 20.0%
700 Chicopee, Massachusetts 55,126 0.7%
701 Hempstead, New York 55,113 3.6%
702 Oak Lawn, Illinois 55,022 -0.3%
703 Cathedral City, California 55,007 28.0%
704 Bentonville, Arkansas 54,909 170.3%
705 Stonecrest, Georgia 54,903
706 Kettering, Ohio 54,855 -4.8%
707 Colton, California 54,824 14.1%
708 Anderson, Indiana 54,765 -8.1%
709 West Haven, Connecticut 54,620 4.2%
710 Burlington, North Carolina 54,606 18.8%
711 Manhattan, Kansas 54,604 19.4%
712 St. Cloud, Florida 54,579 148.4%
713 Normal, Illinois 54,469 19.3%
714 Decatur, Alabama 54,445 0.6%
715 Berwyn, Illinois 54,391 0.7%
716 Port Arthur, Texas 54,280 -5.8%
717 Kingsport, Tennessee 54,127 19.2%
718 Minnetonka, Minnesota 54,064 5.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In Indiana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
304 South Bend 102,026 -5.8%
310 Carmel 101,068 88.6%
338 Fishers 95,310 144.1%
394 Bloomington 85,755 20.6%
469 Hammond 75,522 -8.8%
478 Gary 74,879 -26.9%
506 Lafayette 71,721 16.7%
538 Muncie 67,999 -4.0%
585 Noblesville 64,668 115.1%
620 Terre Haute 60,622 1.8%
634 Greenwood 59,458 61.8%
664 Kokomo 58,020 23.7%
708 Anderson 54,765 -8.1%
750 Elkhart 52,358 -0.4%
766 West Lafayette 50,996 77.6%
775 Mishawaka 50,363 7.1%
787 Lawrence 49,462 26.5%
815 Jeffersonville 48,126 60.6%
819 Columbus 48,046 22.2%
890 Westfield 43,649 182.3%
1047 Portage 36,988 10.0%
1052 New Albany 36,843 -2.6%
1103 Richmond 35,342 -9.6%
1104 Plainfield 35,287 71.8%
1115 Merrillville 34,792 13.8%
1133 Goshen 34,217 14.6%
1149 Valparaiso 33,897 19.9%
1239 Michigan City 31,015 -5.6%
1260 Crown Point 30,488 53.6%
1334 Schererville 28,527 14.2%
1341 Zionsville 28,357 169.2%
1362 Hobart 27,939 9.6%
1364 Marion 27,930 -13.5%
1368 East Chicago 27,817 -13.9%

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