Rank City 2012 Population
1 New York, New York 8,336,697
2 Los Angeles, California 3,857,799
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,714,856
4 Houston, Texas 2,160,821
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,547,607
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,488,750
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,382,951
8 San Diego, California 1,338,348
9 Dallas, Texas 1,241,162
10 San Jose, California 982,765
11 Austin, Texas 842,592
12 Jacksonville, Florida 836,507
13 Indianapolis, Indiana 834,852
14 San Francisco, California 825,863
15 Columbus, Ohio 809,798
16 Fort Worth, Texas 777,992
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 775,202
18 Detroit, Michigan 701,475
19 El Paso, Texas 672,538
20 Memphis, Tennessee 655,155
21 Boston, Massachusetts 636,479
22 Seattle, Washington 634,535
23 Denver, Colorado 634,265
24 Washington, District of Columbia 632,323
25 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 624,496
26 Baltimore, Maryland 621,342
27 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 605,110
28 Portland, Oregon 603,106
29 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 599,199
30 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 598,916
31 Las Vegas, Nevada 596,424
32 Albuquerque, New Mexico 555,417
33 Tucson, Arizona 524,295
34 Fresno, California 505,882
35 Sacramento, California 475,516
36 Long Beach, California 467,892
37 Kansas City, Missouri 464,310
38 Mesa, Arizona 452,084
39 Virginia Beach, Virginia 447,021
40 Atlanta, Georgia 443,775
41 Colorado Springs, Colorado 431,834
42 Raleigh, North Carolina 423,179
43 Omaha, Nebraska 421,570
44 Miami, Florida 413,892
45 Oakland, California 400,740
46 Tulsa, Oklahoma 393,987
47 Minneapolis, Minnesota 392,880
48 Cleveland, Ohio 390,928
49 Wichita, Kansas 385,577
50 Arlington, Texas 375,600
51 New Orleans, Louisiana 369,250
52 Bakersfield, California 358,597
53 Tampa, Florida 347,645
54 Honolulu, Hawaii 345,610
55 Anaheim, California 343,248
56 Aurora, Colorado 339,030
57 Santa Ana, California 330,920
58 St. Louis, Missouri 318,172
59 Riverside, California 313,673
60 Corpus Christi, Texas 312,195
61 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 306,211
62 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 305,489
63 Anchorage, Alaska 298,610
64 Stockton, California 297,984
65 Cincinnati, Ohio 296,550
66 St. Paul, Minnesota 290,770
67 Toledo, Ohio 284,012
68 Newark, New Jersey 277,727
69 Greensboro, North Carolina 277,080
70 Plano, Texas 272,068
71 Henderson, Nevada 265,679
72 Lincoln, Nebraska 265,404
73 Buffalo, New York 259,384
74 Fort Wayne, Indiana 254,555
75 Jersey City, New Jersey 254,441
76 Chula Vista, California 252,422
77 Orlando, Florida 249,562
78 St. Petersburg, Florida 246,541
79 Norfolk, Virginia 245,782
80 Chandler, Arizona 245,628
81 Laredo, Texas 244,731
82 Madison, Wisconsin 240,323
83 Durham, North Carolina 239,358
84 Lubbock, Texas 236,065
85 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 234,349
86 Garland, Texas 233,564
87 Glendale, Arizona 232,143
88 Hialeah, Florida 231,941
89 Reno, Nevada 231,027
90 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 230,058
91 Irvine, California 229,985
92 Chesapeake, Virginia 228,417
93 Irving, Texas 225,427
94 Scottsdale, Arizona 223,514
95 North Las Vegas, Nevada 223,491
96 Fremont, California 221,986
97 Gilbert, Arizona 221,140
98 San Bernardino, California 213,295
99 Boise City, Idaho 212,303
100 Birmingham, Alabama 212,038

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