Latest Data (2017)
Population 492
Nationwide Rank 13412

Quick Facts

Springfield, South Carolina is the 13,412th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Springfield, South Carolina is a town.

Springfield, South Carolina is currently 6.6% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Springfield, South Carolina's growth is below average. 64% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
13402 Alma Center, Wisconsin 492 10.3%
13403 Calhoun, Tennessee 492 -1.0%
13404 Carlos, Minnesota 492 48.6%
13405 Freeport, Michigan 492 10.8%
13406 Lafayette, Minnesota 492 -7.1%
13407 Leary, Texas 492 -5.5%
13408 Lefors, Texas 492 -11.5%
13409 Lenzburg, Illinois 492 -14.7%
13410 Maynard, Iowa 492 -1.7%
13411 Orangeville, Pennsylvania 492 -1.0%
13412 Springfield, South Carolina 492 -6.6%
13413 Summersville, Missouri 492 -9.5%
13414 Valier, Montana 492 -0.4%
13415 Dawson, Illinois 491 -4.1%
13416 Glen Allen, Alabama 491 -0.8%
13417 Glen Park, New York 491 1.0%
13418 Paw Paw, West Virginia 491 -6.2%
13419 Scotland, Texas 491 16.0%
13420 Burnsville, West Virginia 490 1.8%
13421 Congerville, Illinois 490 4.4%
13422 Hammondville, Alabama 490 1.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In South Carolina

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
10464 Yemassee 966 18.9%
10466 Heath Springs 965 8.6%
10470 Branchville 964 -10.5%
10493 Summerton 959 -9.5%
10558 Lamar 943 -7.2%
10622 West Pelzer 931 2.5%
10627 Quinby 930 10.5%
10634 Swansea 928 24.7%
10679 Chesnee 920 -11.2%
10712 Bowman 914 -23.3%
10718 Santee 914 20.8%
10842 Fort Lawn 880 1.7%
10897 Arcadia Lakes 868 0.8%
10991 Aynor 853 37.3%
10999 McBee 852 14.6%
11010 Jonesville 849 -13.4%
11115 Wagener 832 -3.7%
11146 Scranton 827 -15.0%
11176 Eastover 821 -0.8%
11201 Norris 817 -3.7%
11265 Gray Court 806 -21.1%
11328 Turbeville 797 10.5%
11489 Coward 766 17.8%
11521 Lake View 762 -3.2%
11579 Ridge Spring 753 -8.3%
11638 Cottageville 741 5.2%
11699 Jefferson 732 3.8%
11747 Mayesville 725 -31.4%
11749 North 725 -13.0%
11904 Pelion 699 25.4%
11966 Harleyville 688 2.8%
12030 Clio 677 -12.5%
12047 Six Mile 676 18.1%
12165 Elloree 658 -9.2%
12197 Reidville 653 32.1%
12331 Gilbert 631 14.3%
12639 Sharon 589 38.2%
12773 Campobello 569 2.3%
12804 Olanta 565 -7.6%
12847 Briarcliffe Acres 560 19.9%
12968 McClellanville 543 14.7%
12987 Society Hill 541 -22.7%
13055 Pinewood 532 4.9%
13178 Hickory Grove 518 53.2%
13231 Brunson 511 -13.2%
13311 Cross Hill 502 -16.4%
13350 Ehrhardt 498 -18.2%
13412 Springfield 492 -6.6%
13463 Bonneau 485 21.5%
13683 Lane 462 -20.7%
13715 Lockhart 459 -8.7%
13788 Summit 452 105.4%
14047 Hilda 424 -2.5%
14104 Salley 418 1.9%
14136 Carlisle 414 -16.5%
14172 Hemingway 411 -27.8%
14192 Atlantic Beach 409 13.2%
14224 Edisto Beach 406 -37.1%
14233 Cameron 405 -9.1%
14357 Greeleyville 392 -10.2%
14725 Neeses 355 -14.2%
14799 Lynchburg 348 -40.8%
14806 Bethune 347 1.4%
14817 Ruby 347 23.4%
14837 Nichols 346 -14.9%
14847 Patrick 345 -2.5%
14980 Donalds 333 -5.9%
15145 West Union 318 7.0%
15158 Norway 316 -17.9%
15329 McConnells 303 18.3%
15334 Little Mountain 302 17.0%
15369 Ridgeway 299 -9.1%
15400 Eutawville 296 -4.2%
15525 Rowesville 287 -28.0%
15759 Gifford 267 -27.0%
15820 Richburg 263 -20.7%
15839 Snelling 262 6.5%
16044 Perry 247 5.5%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 492 13,412
2016 497 13,368
2015 503 13,318
2014 509 13,261
2013 516 13,208
2012 516 13,217
2011 519 13,194
2010 524 13,159
2009 499 13,369
2008 503 13,335
2007 505 13,308
2006 505 13,302
2005 507 13,285
2004 509 13,266
2003 513 13,241
2002 518 13,200
2001 522 13,171
2000 527 13,148
1990 523 12,843