How many cities in the US have a population over 1 million?

There are currently 9 cities in the US with a population over 1 million people. They are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego and Dallas.

What is the fastest growing city in the US?

Among the largest 100 cities in the US, the fastest growing city is Gilbert, Arizona, whose population has grown 132.8% since the year 2000.
Among the largest 50 cities in the US, the fastest growing city is Fort Worth, Texas, whose population has grown 71.3% since the year 2000.

What is the fastest shrinking city in the US?

Among the largest 100 cities in the US, the fastest shrinking city is Detroit, Michigan, whose population has declined 33.0% since the year 2000. Detroit's peak populuation was 1,849,568 in the year 1950, and it's current population of 632,464 represents a 65.8% decline from it's peak. Detroit was once the 5th largest city in the US, but it's now the 27th largest.

Which state has the most cities in the top 100?

The state of California has 18 cities in the top 100 largest US cities, which is the most of any state. The state with the second most is Texas, which has 13 cities in the top 100. The rest of the top 5 is Arizona in third with 7 cities, Florida in fourth with 5 cities and North Carolina in fifth with 5 cities.

Which state has had the most cities drop out of the top 100 since 2000?

Alabama has had 3 cities drop out of the top 100 since the year 2000, which is the most of any state. The cities that were formally in the top 100 were Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery.

Which state has added the most cities to the top 100 since 2000?

The state of Nevada had added the most cities into the 100 biggest us cities since the year 2000, with a total of 3 addition. The new top 100 cities from Nevada are Henderson, North Las Vegas and Reno. The other states which added cities to the top 100 since the year 2000 are California (3), Texas (2) and Arizona (2).

Which US cities have the highest population density?

The most densely populated large cities (population greater than 300,000) in the US are, in order: New York, San Francisco, Boston, Santa Ana, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, Washington, Long Beach and Los Angeles.

US Pop
Rank
City 2021 Population
1 New York, New York 8,467,513
2 Los Angeles, California 3,849,297
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,696,555
4 Houston, Texas 2,288,250
5 Phoenix, Arizona 1,624,569
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,576,251
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,451,853
8 San Diego, California 1,381,611
9 Dallas, Texas 1,288,457
10 San Jose, California 983,489
11 Austin, Texas 964,177
12 Jacksonville, Florida 954,614
13 Fort Worth, Texas 935,508
14 Columbus, Ohio 906,528
15 Indianapolis, Indiana 882,039
16 Charlotte, North Carolina 879,709
17 San Francisco, California 815,201
18 Seattle, Washington 733,919
19 Denver, Colorado 711,463
20 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 687,725
21 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 678,851
22 El Paso, Texas 678,415
23 Washington, District of Columbia 670,050
24 Boston, Massachusetts 654,776
25 Las Vegas, Nevada 646,790
26 Portland, Oregon 641,162
27 Detroit, Michigan 632,464
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 628,594
29 Memphis, Tennessee 628,127
30 Baltimore, Maryland 576,498
31 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 569,330
32 Albuquerque, New Mexico 562,599
33 Fresno, California 544,510
34 Tucson, Arizona 543,242
35 Sacramento, California 525,041
36 Mesa, Arizona 509,475
37 Kansas City, Missouri 508,394
38 Atlanta, Georgia 496,461
39 Omaha, Nebraska 487,300
40 Colorado Springs, Colorado 483,956
41 Raleigh, North Carolina 469,124
42 Virginia Beach, Virginia 457,672
43 Long Beach, California 456,062
44 Miami, Florida 439,890
45 Oakland, California 433,823
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota 425,336
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 411,401
48 Bakersfield, California 407,615
49 Wichita, Kansas 395,699
50 Arlington, Texas 392,786
51 Aurora, Colorado 389,347
52 Tampa, Florida 387,050
53 New Orleans, Louisiana 376,971
54 Cleveland, Ohio 367,991
55 Anaheim, California 345,940
56 Honolulu, Hawaii 345,510
57 Henderson, Nevada 322,178
58 Stockton, California 322,120
59 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 321,793
60 Corpus Christi, Texas 317,773
61 Riverside, California 317,261
62 Santa Ana, California 309,441
63 Orlando, Florida 309,154
64 Irvine, California 309,031
65 Cincinnati, Ohio 308,935
66 Newark, New Jersey 307,220
67 St. Paul, Minnesota 307,193
68 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 300,431
69 Greensboro, North Carolina 298,263
70 St. Louis, Missouri 293,310
71 Lincoln, Nebraska 292,657
72 Plano, Texas 288,253
73 Anchorage, Alaska 288,121
74 Durham, North Carolina 285,527
75 Jersey City, New Jersey 283,927
76 Chandler, Arizona 279,458
77 Chula Vista, California 277,220
78 Buffalo, New York 276,807
79 North Las Vegas, Nevada 274,133
80 Gilbert, Arizona 273,136
81 Madison, Wisconsin 269,196
82 Reno, Nevada 268,851
83 Toledo, Ohio 268,508
84 Fort Wayne, Indiana 265,974
85 Lubbock, Texas 260,993
86 St. Petersburg, Florida 258,201
87 Laredo, Texas 256,153
88 Irving, Texas 254,198
89 Chesapeake, Virginia 251,269
90 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 250,320
91 Glendale, Arizona 249,630
92 Scottsdale, Arizona 242,753
93 Garland, Texas 242,035
94 Boise City, Idaho 237,446
95 Norfolk, Virginia 235,089
96 Spokane, Washington 229,071
97 Fremont, California 227,514
98 Richmond, Virginia 226,604
99 Santa Clarita, California 224,593
100 San Bernardino, California 222,203

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