US Pop
Rank
City 2003 Population
1 New York, New York 8,126,718
2 Los Angeles, California 3,787,833
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,866,361
4 Houston, Texas 2,032,955
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,510,068
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,392,602
7 San Diego, California 1,263,423
8 Dallas, Texas 1,219,927
9 San Antonio, Texas 1,217,969
10 Detroit, Michigan 926,903
11 San Jose, California 898,564
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 786,235
13 San Francisco, California 775,046
14 Jacksonville, Florida 768,626
15 Columbus, Ohio 733,706
16 Austin, Texas 687,103
17 Memphis, Tennessee 683,215
18 Baltimore, Maryland 642,324
19 Boston, Massachusetts 607,871
20 Charlotte, North Carolina 601,245
21 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 599,468
22 Fort Worth, Texas 585,799
23 Washington, District of Columbia 577,777
24 El Paso, Texas 575,357
25 Seattle, Washington 570,789
26 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 562,269
27 Denver, Colorado 558,351
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 557,113
29 Portland, Oregon 539,546
30 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 523,831
31 Las Vegas, Nevada 516,723
32 Tucson, Arizona 510,276
33 Albuquerque, New Mexico 475,511
34 Long Beach, California 471,482
35 New Orleans, Louisiana 467,761
36 Cleveland, Ohio 461,622
37 Atlanta, Georgia 457,068
38 Kansas City, Missouri 453,949
39 Fresno, California 449,393
40 Sacramento, California 440,143
41 Virginia Beach, Virginia 435,796
42 Mesa, Arizona 435,391
43 Omaha, Nebraska 421,500
44 Oakland, California 397,511
45 Tulsa, Oklahoma 387,349
46 Colorado Springs, Colorado 384,228
47 Minneapolis, Minnesota 377,276
48 Miami, Florida 375,247
49 Honolulu, Hawaii 374,222
50 Wichita, Kansas 354,498
51 Arlington, Texas 353,596
52 St. Louis, Missouri 348,039
53 Santa Ana, California 339,613
54 Cincinnati, Ohio 331,654
55 Anaheim, California 331,018
56 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 325,091
57 Raleigh, North Carolina 322,083
58 Tampa, Florida 317,507
59 Toledo, Ohio 316,651
60 Aurora, Colorado 286,056
61 Buffalo, New York 284,612
62 St. Paul, Minnesota 281,757
63 Riverside, California 279,306
64 Corpus Christi, Texas 277,081
65 Newark, New Jersey 275,920
66 Anchorage, Alaska 271,616
67 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 271,441
68 Bakersfield, California 268,731
69 Stockton, California 267,804
70 Fort Wayne, Indiana 251,286
71 St. Petersburg, Florida 247,710
72 Plano, Texas 242,032
73 Norfolk, Virginia 240,781
74 Jersey City, New Jersey 237,629
75 Lincoln, Nebraska 237,356
76 Birmingham, Alabama 235,959
77 Glendale, Arizona 235,940
78 Greensboro, North Carolina 232,456
79 Hialeah, Florida 226,913
80 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 224,152
81 Scottsdale, Arizona 219,394
82 Madison, Wisconsin 218,777
83 Garland, Texas 215,932
84 Henderson, Nevada 214,522
85 Rochester, New York 214,058
86 Akron, Ohio 212,469
87 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 210,731
88 Chandler, Arizona 209,691
89 Chesapeake, Virginia 208,506
90 Lubbock, Texas 208,349
91 Modesto, California 204,543
92 Orlando, Florida 203,467
93 Fremont, California 202,882
94 Fayetteville, North Carolina 201,936
95 Montgomery, Alabama 200,710
96 Boise City, Idaho 199,646
97 Chula Vista, California 199,148
98 Glendale, California 198,917
99 Durham, North Carolina 198,695
100 Yonkers, New York 198,693

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