Latest Data (2017)
Population 43
Nationwide Rank 19187

Quick Facts

Carlton, Kansas is the 19,187th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Carlton, Kansas is a city.

Carlton, Kansas is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Carlton had its largest population ever.

Carlton, Kansas is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 84% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
19177 Fenwick, Connecticut 44 -15.3%
19178 Fredonia, North Dakota 44 -13.7%
19179 Huntley, Nebraska 44 -34.3%
19180 Jenkinsville, South Carolina 44 15.7%
19181 Lebanon, South Dakota 44 -48.2%
19182 Pleasanton, Iowa 44 18.9%
19183 Rodman, Iowa 44 -21.4%
19184 Tinsman, Arkansas 44 -41.3%
19185 Vienna, South Dakota 44 -43.5%
19186 Benton, Alabama 43 -8.5%
19187 Carlton, Kansas 43 13.1%
19188 Clifford, North Dakota 43 -15.6%
19189 Coyville, Kansas 43 -39.4%
19190 Edna Bay, Alaska 43
19191 Erwin, South Dakota 43 -25.8%
19192 Lake Santeetlah, North Carolina 43 -35.8%
19193 Lorton, Nebraska 43 10.2%
19194 Louisburg, Minnesota 43 65.3%
19195 Meridian, Oklahoma 43 -20.3%
19196 Rogers, North Dakota 43 -29.5%
19197 Smicksburg, Pennsylvania 43 -12.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Kansas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
18577 Glade 86 -24.5%
18586 Belpre 85 -17.4%
18588 Gem 85 -11.4%
18606 Formoso 84 -34.3%
18608 Isabel 84 -22.2%
18632 Willowbrook 83 -5.6%
18633 Cambridge 82 -20.3%
18635 Elgin 82 -1.2%
18639 Mapleton 82 -16.3%
18644 Reserve 82 -18.0%
18659 Simpson 81 -28.9%
18668 Coats 80 -28.5%
18677 Spivey 80 0.0%
18680 Zenda 80 -34.9%
18693 Bartlett 78 -37.0%
18701 Milan 78 -43.0%
18702 Raymond 78 -17.8%
18717 Mahaska 77 -28.0%
18741 Niotaze 75 -38.5%
18743 Powhattan 75 -17.5%
18765 Labette 73 7.3%
18773 Gove City 72 -30.0%
18775 Huron 72 -17.2%
18779 Roseland 72 -28.7%
18790 Longford 71 -24.4%
18792 Oneida 71 -1.3%
18823 Englewood 69 -36.6%
18836 Timken 69 -16.8%
18841 Benedict 68 -33.9%
18843 Elsmore 68 -6.8%
18849 Lost Springs 68 -4.2%
18862 Horace 67 -53.4%
18871 Stark 67 -36.7%
18880 Climax 66 3.1%
18885 Olivet 66 3.1%
18895 Barnard 65 -47.1%
18908 Virgil 65 -42.4%
18913 Hunnewell 64 -22.8%
18922 Agenda 63 -22.2%
18933 Oketo 63 -27.5%
18936 Seward 63 0.0%
18944 Randall 62 -27.9%
18964 Alexander 60 -18.9%
18982 Wallace 60 -10.4%
18986 Bluff City 59 -26.2%
18992 Menlo 59 3.5%
18994 Nashville 59 -46.8%
19008 Parkerville 58 -20.5%
19016 Aurora 57 -27.8%
19027 Clayton 56 -15.1%
19034 Hunter 56 -27.2%
19064 Elmdale 53 6.0%
19074 Earlton 52 -35.0%
19080 New Albany 52 -28.7%
19094 Leona 51 -42.0%
19112 Sun City 50 -38.2%
19123 Paradise 49 -23.4%
19126 Wilmore 49 -14.0%
19156 Edmond 46 -2.1%
19168 Matfield Green 45 -25.0%
19187 Carlton 43 13.1%
19189 Coyville 43 -39.4%
19221 Vining 41 -29.3%
19223 Athol 40 -21.5%
19227 Dresden 40 -21.5%
19228 Langdon 40 -44.4%
19247 Willis 38 -44.9%
19251 Galatia 37 -39.3%
19262 Hamlin 36 -32.0%
19265 Richfield 36 -25.0%
19268 Byers 35 -30.0%
19273 Speed 35 -20.4%
19278 Danville 34 -42.3%
19287 Bushong 33 -35.2%
19302 Susank 32 -43.8%
19314 Waldo 30 -37.5%
19326 Dunlap 28 -65.4%
19337 Cedar Point 27 -49.0%
19347 Brownell 26 -45.8%
19364 Lone Elm 24 -11.1%
19365 Russell Springs 24 -25.0%
19366 Scottsville 24 14.2%
19375 Oak Hill 23 -34.2%
19376 Radium 23 -42.5%
19377 Webber 23 -37.8%
19382 Mildred 22 -40.5%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 43 19,187
2016 42 19,211
2015 42 19,207
2014 42 19,210
2013 41 19,226
2012 42 19,218
2011 42 19,222
2010 42 19,220
2009 37 19,291
2008 38 19,283
2007 37 19,293
2006 38 19,289
2005 38 19,290
2004 38 19,293
2003 38 19,295
2002 38 19,297
2001 38 19,297
2000 38 19,297
1990 39 19,190