US Pop
Rank
City 2005 Population
1 New York, New York 8,213,839
2 Los Angeles, California 3,794,640
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,824,584
4 Houston, Texas 2,076,189
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,517,628
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,470,302
7 San Diego, California 1,284,347
8 San Antonio, Texas 1,258,733
9 Dallas, Texas 1,246,185
10 Detroit, Michigan 921,149
11 San Jose, California 908,870
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 789,250
13 Jacksonville, Florida 786,938
14 San Francisco, California 777,660
15 Columbus, Ohio 738,782
16 Austin, Texas 708,293
17 Memphis, Tennessee 680,515
18 Baltimore, Maryland 640,064
19 Charlotte, North Carolina 631,160
20 Fort Worth, Texas 622,311
21 Boston, Massachusetts 609,690
22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 601,983
23 El Paso, Texas 587,400
24 Washington, District of Columbia 582,049
25 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 579,748
26 Seattle, Washington 575,036
27 Denver, Colorado 561,323
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 559,855
29 Las Vegas, Nevada 544,806
30 Portland, Oregon 534,112
31 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 532,006
32 Tucson, Arizona 524,830
33 Albuquerque, New Mexico 497,543
34 Atlanta, Georgia 483,108
35 Long Beach, California 467,851
36 Kansas City, Missouri 463,983
37 Fresno, California 456,574
38 New Orleans, Louisiana 455,188
39 Mesa, Arizona 450,948
40 Cleveland, Ohio 449,188
41 Sacramento, California 448,842
42 Virginia Beach, Virginia 437,464
43 Omaha, Nebraska 432,148
44 Colorado Springs, Colorado 393,804
45 Oakland, California 392,112
46 Miami, Florida 390,768
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 381,017
48 Minneapolis, Minnesota 375,512
49 Honolulu, Hawaii 375,111
50 Arlington, Texas 361,043
51 Wichita, Kansas 354,524
52 St. Louis, Missouri 352,572
53 Raleigh, North Carolina 347,681
54 Santa Ana, California 337,121
55 Cincinnati, Ohio 331,310
56 Anaheim, California 329,315
57 Tampa, Florida 325,569
58 Toledo, Ohio 316,970
59 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 316,206
60 Aurora, Colorado 295,511
61 Bakersfield, California 291,553
62 Riverside, California 285,615
63 Stockton, California 282,015
64 Corpus Christi, Texas 281,290
65 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 278,313
66 Buffalo, New York 277,998
67 St. Paul, Minnesota 276,969
68 Anchorage, Alaska 276,863
69 Newark, New Jersey 276,200
70 Plano, Texas 250,357
71 Fort Wayne, Indiana 249,762
72 St. Petersburg, Florida 247,936
73 Glendale, Arizona 244,230
74 Lincoln, Nebraska 242,009
75 Norfolk, Virginia 237,487
76 Jersey City, New Jersey 236,808
77 Greensboro, North Carolina 236,449
78 Birmingham, Alabama 232,137
79 Henderson, Nevada 231,787
80 Chandler, Arizona 231,698
81 Scottsdale, Arizona 227,717
82 Madison, Wisconsin 223,440
83 Hialeah, Florida 223,164
84 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 221,997
85 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 216,961
86 Chesapeake, Virginia 216,570
87 Orlando, Florida 216,501
88 Lubbock, Texas 213,089
89 Garland, Texas 212,539
90 Akron, Ohio 210,527
91 Rochester, New York 209,781
92 Chula Vista, California 209,483
93 Reno, Nevada 206,109
94 Laredo, Texas 205,770
95 Durham, North Carolina 205,613
96 Modesto, California 204,077
97 Montgomery, Alabama 200,537
98 Boise City, Idaho 200,163
99 Arlington, Virginia 199,761
100 San Bernardino, California 198,959

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