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South Dakota is the 47th most populated state in the U.S. The total population of South Dakota is 882,235 residents with 339,438 households. The average household size is 2.4 members (based on 2017 census data). To refine your search for someone in South Dakota, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure you’re on the right track.


The predominant race in South Dakota is white, making up 81.4% of the state’s population. The median age is 36.9, with 49.5% of the total population female and 50.6% male. The most populated city is Sioux Falls with 187,200 people.

The economy of South Dakota employs 421,000 people. The median income is $56,521. Leading economic industries in South Dakota include agriculture (livestock and crops), manufacturing, mining, gaming, and tourism.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
South Dakota State Univ. Brookings 2,652 53.5% 90.8% Health, Agriculture, Engineering
Univ. of South Dakota Vermillion 2,224 54.4% 88.1% Nursing, Business, Education
Southeast Technical Instit. Sioux Falls 888 44.5% 100.1% Business, Nursing, Technology

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Home values in South Dakota have gone up 4.9% in the past year and are anticipated to rise 3.0% in 2019. The median home value is $190,100 with the median price per square foot at $169. The median rent price is $1,135. The median listing price for homes statewide is $225,000.

The city with the highest home value is Spearfish, with a median home value of $364,417.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Spearfish $364,417 $43,692
Watertown $315,467 $48,485
Rapid City $312,896 $48,895
Sioux Falls $292,300 $56,714

South Dakota Facts

Official Name: South Dakota

Name Meaning: Dakota is the name of the Sioux tribe who lived in the region (present-day North Dakota and South Dakota were one territory until 1889). The word Dakota is Sioux for “friend” or “ally.”

Nickname: The Mount Rushmore State

Constitution Ratified: 1889

Statehood: November 2, 1889 (40th State)

Capital: Pierre

Total Number of Counties: 66

Largest City: Sioux Falls

Largest County (by population): Minnehaha County

Population (as of 2018): 882,235

History: South Dakota was home to indigenous Native American tribes before the arrival of European explorers. The French were first to lay claim to the area. They established fur trading posts with the Native Indians in the mid-1700s. In 1803, the United States acquired a significant amount of land west of the Mississippi from France with the Louisiana Purchase. South Dakota, North Dakota, and parts of Montana and Wyoming were designated the U.S. Dakota Territory in 1861. Both North and South Dakota were admitted to the Union on November 2, 1889; there is no record of which state document was signed first, so North Dakota was declared the 39th state and South Dakota the 40th state by alphabetical default.

Notable People from South Dakota Notable Work/Position
Shawn Colvin Singer, songwriter, Grammy Award winner
George McGovern U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, Democratic Party Presidential candidate in 1972
Martha Jane Canary “Calamity Jane” U.S. Army Scout, frontierswoman, performer in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show in 1893
Robert “Bob” Barker Television host of The Price is Right, longest running game show
Russell Means Oglala Lakota activist, politician, writer
Korczak Ziolkowski Designer and sculptor of the Crazy Horse Memorial
Thomas “Tom” Brokaw Television journalist and news anchor, author, Emmy Award and Peabody Award winner
Maria Pearson “Running Moccasins” Dakota activist, known as “The Founding Mother of the modern Indian repatriation movement“ for her protection of Native Indian graves and human remains

Fast Facts:

  • The Crazy Horse Memorial, upon completion, will be the largest mountain carving in the world. The sculpture depicts the Lakota Chief astride his horse pointing into the distance.
  • Sturgis is home to the famous 10-day Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held every August.
  • The Sioux Nation is comprised of three tribal divisions-the Dakota (eastern), the Lakota (western), and the Nakota (middle).
  • The world’s only Corn Palace can be found in Mitchell.
  • Clark hosts the Mashed Potato Wrestling Contest as part of its annual Potato Days celebration.
  • Lemmon is the world’s largest petrified wood park, with fossilized remains of life from 50 million years ago.
  • The population of the black-footed ferret, the most endangered land mammal in North America, is being restored in the Badlands National Park and the Wind Cave National Park.
  • One of the largest and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found, Sue (named for Sue Hendrickson, who discovered the fossil) was recovered near the Badlands in 1990.


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