South Indiana is a state in the Midwest and the 51st state to gain statehood status. South Indiana consists of 38 former counties of Indiana. The capital is Bedford, a town with a population of 13,380, which makes the city the second-smallest state capital, only behind Montpelier. The whole state had a population of 1,562,060 as of 2013.
In late 2015, people in Indiana took a vote to succeed from the state. 73 out of 92 counties were in favor of secession, however 11 counties were not in favor and 8 were neutral. By March 2016, all three sections of Indiana became individual states.
Cities by population Edit