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What are the top 2 cities in South Dakota?

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In terms of population, Sioux Falls in the top city in South Dakota with Rapid City as the second largest city in South Dakota.

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Sioux Falls and Rapid City.



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1. Sioux Falls - 153,888 2. Rapid City - 67,956 3. Aberdeen - 26,091


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