US Pop
Rank
City 2004 Population
1 New York, New York 8,169,940
2 Los Angeles, California 3,796,018
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,848,996
4 Houston, Texas 2,058,645
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,514,658
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,424,000
7 San Diego, California 1,274,878
8 San Antonio, Texas 1,239,011
9 Dallas, Texas 1,234,212
10 Detroit, Michigan 924,016
11 San Jose, California 901,283
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 787,198
13 Jacksonville, Florida 778,078
14 San Francisco, California 773,284
15 Columbus, Ohio 735,971
16 Austin, Texas 696,384
17 Memphis, Tennessee 681,573
18 Baltimore, Maryland 641,004
19 Charlotte, North Carolina 614,446
20 Boston, Massachusetts 607,367
21 Fort Worth, Texas 602,344
22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 601,081
23 El Paso, Texas 582,952
24 Washington, District of Columbia 579,796
25 Seattle, Washington 570,961
26 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 570,068
27 Denver, Colorado 558,506
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 558,389
29 Las Vegas, Nevada 534,168
30 Portland, Oregon 533,120
31 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 526,939
32 Tucson, Arizona 517,246
33 Albuquerque, New Mexico 486,319
34 Long Beach, California 470,620
35 Atlanta, Georgia 468,839
36 New Orleans, Louisiana 461,915
37 Kansas City, Missouri 458,618
38 Cleveland, Ohio 455,798
39 Fresno, California 453,517
40 Sacramento, California 446,295
41 Mesa, Arizona 443,733
42 Virginia Beach, Virginia 439,048
43 Omaha, Nebraska 426,549
44 Oakland, California 394,433
45 Colorado Springs, Colorado 388,097
46 Tulsa, Oklahoma 382,709
47 Miami, Florida 378,946
48 Minneapolis, Minnesota 375,354
49 Honolulu, Hawaii 374,581
50 Arlington, Texas 357,609
51 Wichita, Kansas 353,292
52 St. Louis, Missouri 350,705
53 Santa Ana, California 339,319
54 Raleigh, North Carolina 332,728
55 Cincinnati, Ohio 331,717
56 Anaheim, California 331,170
57 Tampa, Florida 320,713
58 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 320,394
59 Toledo, Ohio 316,838
60 Aurora, Colorado 289,721
61 Riverside, California 284,960
62 Buffalo, New York 281,757
63 Bakersfield, California 279,717
64 Corpus Christi, Texas 279,317
65 St. Paul, Minnesota 278,518
66 Newark, New Jersey 276,381
67 Stockton, California 275,541
68 Anchorage, Alaska 274,852
69 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 274,581
70 Fort Wayne, Indiana 250,047
71 St. Petersburg, Florida 247,859
72 Plano, Texas 245,538
73 Norfolk, Virginia 241,979
74 Glendale, Arizona 239,423
75 Lincoln, Nebraska 239,417
76 Jersey City, New Jersey 236,587
77 Birmingham, Alabama 233,540
78 Greensboro, North Carolina 233,359
79 Hialeah, Florida 225,782
80 Henderson, Nevada 224,191
81 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 223,988
82 Scottsdale, Arizona 223,039
83 Madison, Wisconsin 221,513
84 Chandler, Arizona 221,170
85 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 213,463
86 Chesapeake, Virginia 213,247
87 Garland, Texas 213,206
88 Rochester, New York 212,297
89 Akron, Ohio 211,584
90 Lubbock, Texas 210,849
91 Orlando, Florida 209,401
92 Chula Vista, California 204,842
93 Modesto, California 204,456
94 Durham, North Carolina 201,871
95 Fayetteville, North Carolina 200,897
96 Laredo, Texas 200,502
97 Fremont, California 200,450
98 Montgomery, Alabama 200,419
99 Reno, Nevada 200,377
100 San Bernardino, California 199,590

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