US Pop
Rank
City 2011 Population
1 New York, New York 8,269,639
2 Los Angeles, California 3,823,316
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,705,248
4 Houston, Texas 2,126,196
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,538,567
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,464,214
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,357,551
8 San Diego, California 1,320,274
9 Dallas, Texas 1,217,821
10 San Jose, California 970,014
11 Jacksonville, Florida 828,789
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 827,517
13 Austin, Texas 817,197
14 San Francisco, California 814,233
15 Columbus, Ohio 799,086
16 Fort Worth, Texas 761,664
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 756,213
18 Detroit, Michigan 706,201
19 El Paso, Texas 663,977
20 Memphis, Tennessee 651,348
21 Boston, Massachusetts 628,335
22 Seattle, Washington 621,897
23 Baltimore, Maryland 620,216
24 Denver, Colorado 619,285
25 Washington, District of Columbia 619,020
26 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 612,173
27 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 601,532
28 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 597,600
29 Portland, Oregon 593,893
30 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 589,408
31 Las Vegas, Nevada 587,929
32 Albuquerque, New Mexico 552,180
33 Tucson, Arizona 523,168
34 Fresno, California 501,149
35 Sacramento, California 471,519
36 Long Beach, California 465,002
37 Kansas City, Missouri 461,988
38 Mesa, Arizona 444,687
39 Virginia Beach, Virginia 443,033
40 Atlanta, Georgia 431,740
41 Colorado Springs, Colorado 426,083
42 Omaha, Nebraska 416,309
43 Raleigh, North Carolina 413,766
44 Miami, Florida 410,335
45 Oakland, California 395,935
46 Cleveland, Ohio 392,694
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 392,452
48 Minneapolis, Minnesota 388,227
49 Wichita, Kansas 383,703
50 Arlington, Texas 370,795
51 New Orleans, Louisiana 360,341
52 Bakersfield, California 353,745
53 Tampa, Florida 346,474
54 Honolulu, Hawaii 342,153
55 Anaheim, California 340,559
56 Aurora, Colorado 332,498
57 Santa Ana, California 328,285
58 St. Louis, Missouri 318,563
59 Riverside, California 310,083
60 Corpus Christi, Texas 307,954
61 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 306,059
62 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 301,429
63 Anchorage, Alaska 296,108
64 Cincinnati, Ohio 296,011
65 Stockton, California 295,524
66 St. Paul, Minnesota 288,673
67 Toledo, Ohio 285,621
68 Newark, New Jersey 277,590
69 Greensboro, North Carolina 273,456
70 Plano, Texas 266,945
71 Lincoln, Nebraska 262,195
72 Buffalo, New York 260,371
73 Henderson, Nevada 260,283
74 Fort Wayne, Indiana 254,427
75 Jersey City, New Jersey 251,616
76 Chula Vista, California 248,236
77 St. Petersburg, Florida 245,464
78 Norfolk, Virginia 243,610
79 Orlando, Florida 243,329
80 Laredo, Texas 240,597
81 Chandler, Arizona 239,680
82 Madison, Wisconsin 237,226
83 Durham, North Carolina 233,953
84 Lubbock, Texas 233,630
85 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 231,829
86 Hialeah, Florida 230,179
87 Garland, Texas 229,986
88 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 228,976
89 Glendale, Arizona 228,656
90 Reno, Nevada 228,533
91 Chesapeake, Virginia 225,500
92 Irvine, California 220,694
93 Irving, Texas 219,785
94 Scottsdale, Arizona 219,775
95 North Las Vegas, Nevada 219,275
96 Fremont, California 217,730
97 Gilbert, Arizona 213,878
98 Birmingham, Alabama 212,411
99 San Bernardino, California 211,960
100 Rochester, New York 210,643

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