Latest Data (2017)
Population 1,067
Nationwide Rank 10038

Quick Facts

Martin, South Dakota is the 10,038th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Martin, South Dakota is a city.

Martin, South Dakota is currently 8.3% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Martin, South Dakota's growth is about average. 53% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
10028 Flanagan, Illinois 1,069 -1.2%
10029 Lovington, Illinois 1,069 -12.5%
10030 Panora, Iowa 1,069 -8.7%
10031 Bessemer, Pennsylvania 1,068 -8.7%
10032 Caddo, Oklahoma 1,068 13.0%
10033 Califon, New Jersey 1,068 1.1%
10034 Ray City, Georgia 1,068 42.4%
10035 South Shore, Kentucky 1,068 -12.8%
10036 Bellaire, Michigan 1,067 -8.5%
10037 De Smet, South Dakota 1,067 -11.3%
10038 Martin, South Dakota 1,067 -0.9%
10039 Stover, Missouri 1,067 10.0%
10040 Maud, Texas 1,066 4.0%
10041 Minturn, Colorado 1,066 -1.2%
10042 Yoncalla, Oregon 1,066 1.2%
10043 Arnaudville, Louisiana 1,065 -23.6%
10044 Beach, North Dakota 1,065 -3.9%
10045 Daisetta, Texas 1,065 2.5%
10046 Oskaloosa, Kansas 1,065 -12.0%
10047 Williamsport, Ohio 1,065 5.2%
10048 Friars Point, Mississippi 1,064 -27.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In South Dakota

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
7685 Beresford 1,953 -2.4%
7714 Springfield 1,942 24.3%
7735 Custer 1,932 -1.9%
7739 Volga 1,932 32.6%
7942 Elk Point 1,828 6.4%
8063 Webster 1,773 -8.7%
8488 Wagner 1,587 -1.3%
8665 Groton 1,507 11.3%
8705 Parkston 1,497 -10.2%
9038 Miller 1,376 -10.2%
9128 Eagle Butte 1,345 47.6%
9186 Crooks 1,318 52.0%
9232 Deadwood 1,304 -5.0%
9293 Freeman 1,289 -1.9%
9338 Salem 1,277 -8.1%
9350 Platte 1,272 -6.6%
9398 Gregory 1,255 -9.9%
9421 Britton 1,249 -5.7%
9443 Mission 1,242 37.0%
9445 Clear Lake 1,241 -6.7%
9527 Lemmon 1,213 -12.7%
9663 Garretson 1,172 0.3%
9664 Baltic 1,171 42.2%
9871 Gettysburg 1,116 -16.3%
10037 De Smet 1,067 -11.3%
10038 Martin 1,067 -0.9%
10110 Clark 1,047 -18.0%
10123 Tyndall 1,044 -15.5%
10261 Hill City 1,008 28.7%
10262 Parker 1,008 -3.4%
10398 Worthing 978 63.0%
10544 Whitewood 947 12.2%
10641 Ipswich 926 -1.5%
10676 Wessington Springs 921 -8.1%
10886 Wall 872 6.6%
10892 Centerville 870 -4.1%
10932 Arlington 862 -13.1%
11020 Piedmont 848 205.0%
11063 Eureka 840 -23.7%
11084 Lake Andes 837 2.4%
11204 Scotland 817 -7.9%
11400 Philip 784 -10.6%
11465 Marion 771 -13.4%
11472 Viborg 770 -7.6%
11481 Howard 767 -28.3%
11616 Valley Springs 747 -6.0%
11659 Highmore 738 -12.8%
11662 Alcester 737 -16.1%
11671 Estelline 736 8.5%
11745 Faulkton 725 -7.1%
11781 Plankinton 720 19.8%
11821 Elkton 712 5.1%
11831 Edgemont 711 -17.2%
11875 Kadoka 704 -0.4%
11940 Aurora 691 37.9%
12013 Kimball 680 -8.3%
12017 Woonsocket 680 -5.4%
12019 McLaughlin 679 -11.4%
12039 Colton 676 1.9%
12092 Armour 669 -13.8%
12121 New Underwood 665 6.5%
12218 Onida 650 -11.5%
12259 Selby 643 -12.2%
12309 Alexandria 635 12.1%
12327 Tripp 632 -11.2%
12364 Castlewood 626 -6.1%
12386 Canistota 622 -11.5%
12419 Menno 616 -14.7%
12588 Avon 596 6.2%
12645 Burke 588 -12.5%
12666 White River 586 -2.1%
12668 Colman 585 2.6%
12699 Corsica 580 -9.6%
12703 Newell 580 -10.4%
12739 Humboldt 574 8.7%
12781 St. Francis 568 -19.4%
12793 Waubay 567 -13.9%
12862 Lake Preston 559 -24.1%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 1,067 10,038
2016 1,071 10,012
2015 1,061 10,051
2014 1,064 10,030
2013 1,073 10,002
2012 1,072 10,004
2011 1,078 9,995
2010 1,071 10,003
2009 981 10,299
2008 986 10,274
2007 999 10,222
2006 1,001 10,206
2005 1,024 10,086
2004 1,025 10,077
2003 1,033 10,037
2002 1,044 10,003
2001 1,053 9,952
2000 1,077 9,859
1990 1,164 9,104