Rank City 2010 Population
1 New York, New York 8,175,133
2 Los Angeles, California 3,792,621
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,695,598
4 Houston, Texas 2,099,451
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,526,006
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,445,632
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,327,407
8 San Diego, California 1,307,402
9 Dallas, Texas 1,197,816
10 San Jose, California 945,942
11 Jacksonville, Florida 821,784
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 820,445
13 San Francisco, California 805,235
14 Austin, Texas 790,390
15 Columbus, Ohio 787,033
16 Fort Worth, Texas 741,206
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 731,424
18 Detroit, Michigan 713,777
19 El Paso, Texas 649,121
20 Memphis, Tennessee 646,889
21 Baltimore, Maryland 620,961
22 Boston, Massachusetts 617,594
23 Seattle, Washington 608,660
24 Washington, District of Columbia 601,723
25 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 601,222
26 Denver, Colorado 600,158
27 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 597,337
28 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 594,833
29 Portland, Oregon 583,776
30 Las Vegas, Nevada 583,756
31 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 579,999
32 Albuquerque, New Mexico 545,852
33 Tucson, Arizona 520,116
34 Fresno, California 494,665
35 Sacramento, California 466,488
36 Long Beach, California 462,257
37 Kansas City, Missouri 459,787
38 Mesa, Arizona 439,041
39 Virginia Beach, Virginia 437,994
40 Atlanta, Georgia 420,003
41 Colorado Springs, Colorado 416,427
42 Omaha, Nebraska 408,958
43 Raleigh, North Carolina 403,892
44 Miami, Florida 399,457
45 Cleveland, Ohio 396,815
46 Tulsa, Oklahoma 391,906
47 Oakland, California 390,724
48 Minneapolis, Minnesota 382,578
49 Wichita, Kansas 382,368
50 Arlington, Texas 365,438
51 Bakersfield, California 347,483
52 New Orleans, Louisiana 343,829
53 Honolulu, Hawaii 337,256
54 Anaheim, California 336,265
55 Tampa, Florida 335,709
56 Aurora, Colorado 325,078
57 Santa Ana, California 324,528
58 St. Louis, Missouri 319,294
59 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 305,704
60 Corpus Christi, Texas 305,215
61 Riverside, California 303,871
62 Cincinnati, Ohio 296,943
63 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 295,803
64 Anchorage, Alaska 291,826
65 Stockton, California 291,707
66 Toledo, Ohio 287,208
67 St. Paul, Minnesota 285,068
68 Newark, New Jersey 277,140
69 Greensboro, North Carolina 269,666
70 Buffalo, New York 261,310
71 Plano, Texas 259,841
72 Lincoln, Nebraska 258,379
73 Henderson, Nevada 257,729
74 Fort Wayne, Indiana 253,691
75 Jersey City, New Jersey 247,597
76 St. Petersburg, Florida 244,769
77 Chula Vista, California 243,916
78 Norfolk, Virginia 242,803
79 Orlando, Florida 238,300
80 Chandler, Arizona 236,123
81 Laredo, Texas 236,091
82 Madison, Wisconsin 233,209
83 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 229,617
84 Lubbock, Texas 229,573
85 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 229,493
86 Durham, North Carolina 228,330
87 Garland, Texas 226,876
88 Glendale, Arizona 226,721
89 Reno, Nevada 225,221
90 Hialeah, Florida 224,669
91 Chesapeake, Virginia 222,209
92 Scottsdale, Arizona 217,385
93 North Las Vegas, Nevada 216,961
94 Irving, Texas 216,290
95 Fremont, California 214,089
96 Irvine, California 212,375
97 Birmingham, Alabama 212,237
98 Rochester, New York 210,565
99 San Bernardino, California 209,924
100 Spokane, Washington 208,916

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