US Pop
Rank
City 2002 Population
1 New York, New York 8,092,749
2 Los Angeles, California 3,768,763
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,881,295
4 Houston, Texas 2,012,297
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,510,550
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,371,454
7 San Diego, California 1,248,417
8 Dallas, Texas 1,208,225
9 San Antonio, Texas 1,199,116
10 Detroit, Michigan 928,870
11 San Jose, California 900,840
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 785,142
13 San Francisco, California 779,281
14 Jacksonville, Florida 759,131
15 Columbus, Ohio 727,909
16 Memphis, Tennessee 684,841
17 Austin, Texas 684,634
18 Baltimore, Maryland 642,246
19 Boston, Massachusetts 607,931
20 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 598,414
21 Charlotte, North Carolina 590,857
22 Washington, District of Columbia 579,585
23 Seattle, Washington 571,483
24 Fort Worth, Texas 570,808
25 El Paso, Texas 570,336
26 Denver, Colorado 561,072
27 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 556,605
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 555,533
29 Portland, Oregon 538,803
30 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 519,100
31 Las Vegas, Nevada 507,219
32 Tucson, Arizona 504,134
33 New Orleans, Louisiana 472,744
34 Long Beach, California 468,408
35 Cleveland, Ohio 467,079
36 Albuquerque, New Mexico 466,455
37 Kansas City, Missouri 449,266
38 Fresno, California 442,987
39 Atlanta, Georgia 442,947
40 Sacramento, California 432,942
41 Virginia Beach, Virginia 430,520
42 Mesa, Arizona 427,923
43 Omaha, Nebraska 417,021
44 Oakland, California 400,564
45 Tulsa, Oklahoma 391,114
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota 378,692
47 Colorado Springs, Colorado 376,341
48 Honolulu, Hawaii 372,914
49 Miami, Florida 370,485
50 Wichita, Kansas 354,931
51 St. Louis, Missouri 350,908
52 Arlington, Texas 349,461
53 Santa Ana, California 340,244
54 Cincinnati, Ohio 330,917
55 Anaheim, California 330,825
56 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 327,429
57 Toledo, Ohio 315,614
58 Tampa, Florida 314,662
59 Raleigh, North Carolina 313,829
60 Buffalo, New York 287,139
61 St. Paul, Minnesota 284,718
62 Aurora, Colorado 282,707
63 Corpus Christi, Texas 276,877
64 Newark, New Jersey 275,145
65 Riverside, California 272,814
66 Anchorage, Alaska 268,163
67 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 266,953
68 Stockton, California 259,864
69 Bakersfield, California 259,146
70 Fort Wayne, Indiana 252,425
71 St. Petersburg, Florida 248,383
72 Norfolk, Virginia 240,378
73 Plano, Texas 239,230
74 Jersey City, New Jersey 238,814
75 Birmingham, Alabama 237,153
76 Lincoln, Nebraska 233,737
77 Glendale, Arizona 232,394
78 Greensboro, North Carolina 231,415
79 Hialeah, Florida 227,457
80 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 224,512
81 Garland, Texas 218,940
82 Madison, Wisconsin 216,478
83 Rochester, New York 216,085
84 Scottsdale, Arizona 216,063
85 Akron, Ohio 213,965
86 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 207,556
87 Lubbock, Texas 205,171
88 Fremont, California 205,034
89 Henderson, Nevada 205,022
90 Chesapeake, Virginia 204,635
91 Modesto, California 201,620
92 Montgomery, Alabama 201,054
93 Chandler, Arizona 200,378
94 Fayetteville, North Carolina 199,994
95 Boise City, Idaho 199,535
96 Orlando, Florida 199,358
97 Des Moines, Iowa 198,652
98 Richmond, Virginia 198,480
99 Yonkers, New York 198,413
100 Shreveport, Louisiana 198,101

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