Rank City 2008 Population
1 New York, New York 8,346,794
2 Los Angeles, California 3,801,576
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,830,026
4 Houston, Texas 2,238,183
5 Phoenix, Arizona 1,569,917
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,540,351
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,349,274
8 San Diego, California 1,305,754
9 Dallas, Texas 1,279,539
10 San Jose, California 948,686
11 Detroit, Michigan 912,632
12 Jacksonville, Florida 809,891
13 San Francisco, California 808,001
14 Indianapolis, Indiana 800,730
15 Austin, Texas 767,201
16 Columbus, Ohio 759,360
17 Fort Worth, Texas 704,299
18 Charlotte, North Carolina 687,971
19 Memphis, Tennessee 676,660
20 Baltimore, Maryland 638,091
21 Boston, Massachusetts 636,748
22 El Paso, Texas 609,248
23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 604,179
24 Seattle, Washington 602,934
25 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 598,465
26 Denver, Colorado 593,086
27 Washington, District of Columbia 590,074
28 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 563,119
29 Las Vegas, Nevada 562,849
30 Portland, Oregon 556,442
31 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 551,875
32 Tucson, Arizona 540,653
33 Atlanta, Georgia 537,385
34 Albuquerque, New Mexico 523,240
35 Kansas City, Missouri 480,129
36 Fresno, California 472,949
37 Mesa, Arizona 463,829
38 Sacramento, California 461,036
39 Long Beach, California 460,138
40 Omaha, Nebraska 448,050
41 Cleveland, Ohio 434,023
42 Virginia Beach, Virginia 432,228
43 Miami, Florida 431,196
44 Oakland, California 403,188
45 Colorado Springs, Colorado 397,317
46 Raleigh, North Carolina 393,692
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 385,755
48 Minneapolis, Minnesota 381,978
49 Arlington, Texas 374,793
50 Honolulu, Hawaii 373,295
51 Wichita, Kansas 365,838
52 St. Louis, Missouri 356,730
53 Tampa, Florida 340,108
54 Santa Ana, California 337,152
55 New Orleans, Louisiana 336,644
56 Cincinnati, Ohio 333,170
57 Anaheim, California 333,114
58 Bakersfield, California 318,701
59 Aurora, Colorado 316,676
60 Toledo, Ohio 316,664
61 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 312,119
62 Riverside, California 293,207
63 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 292,240
64 Stockton, California 285,357
65 Corpus Christi, Texas 284,845
66 Anchorage, Alaska 280,471
67 St. Paul, Minnesota 279,447
68 Newark, New Jersey 277,377
69 Buffalo, New York 271,220
70 Plano, Texas 268,552
71 Fort Wayne, Indiana 254,143
72 Henderson, Nevada 253,693
73 Glendale, Arizona 251,772
74 Greensboro, North Carolina 251,179
75 Lincoln, Nebraska 250,939
76 Chandler, Arizona 247,214
77 St. Petersburg, Florida 244,753
78 Jersey City, New Jersey 239,658
79 Scottsdale, Arizona 235,633
80 Norfolk, Virginia 234,653
81 Orlando, Florida 232,321
82 Madison, Wisconsin 231,840
83 Birmingham, Alabama 230,228
84 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 227,834
85 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 224,983
86 Durham, North Carolina 223,328
87 Lubbock, Texas 221,248
88 Laredo, Texas 220,801
89 Chesapeake, Virginia 220,319
90 Chula Vista, California 219,316
91 Garland, Texas 218,645
92 North Las Vegas, Nevada 217,975
93 Reno, Nevada 217,564
94 Hialeah, Florida 216,876
95 Gilbert, Arizona 216,661
96 Arlington, Virginia 210,196
97 Akron, Ohio 207,872
98 Rochester, New York 207,348
99 Irvine, California 204,936
100 Boise City, Idaho 204,778

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