Top 100 Biggest Cities In North Carolina (2010 Census)

Rank City 2010 Pop Ann Growth Rate
1 Charlotte 731,424 2.5%
2 Raleigh 403,892 3.4%
3 Greensboro 269,666 1.7%
4 Winston-Salem 229,617 1.3%
5 Durham 228,330 1.9%
6 Fayetteville 200,564 0.1%
7 Cary 135,234 3.3%
8 Wilmington 106,476 1.7%
9 High Point 104,371 1.9%
10 Greenville 84,554 3.0%
11 Asheville 83,393 1.4%
12 Concord 79,066 3.4%
13 Gastonia 71,741 0.6%
14 Jacksonville 70,145 0.6%
15 Rocky Mount 57,477 -0.2%
16 Chapel Hill 57,233 1.8%
17 Burlington 49,963 0.8%
18 Wilson 49,167 0.9%
19 Huntersville 46,773 6.0%
20 Kannapolis 42,625 1.3%
21 Hickory 40,010 0.6%
22 Apex 37,476 5.8%
23 Goldsboro 36,437 -1.0%
24 Salisbury 33,662 1.0%
25 Indian Trail 33,518 9.4%
26 Monroe 32,797 1.8%
27 Mooresville 32,711 5.3%
28 Wake Forest 30,117 8.7%
29 New Bern 29,524 2.4%
30 Sanford 28,094 1.8%
31 Matthews 27,198 1.7%
32 Thomasville 26,757 0.9%
33 Garner 25,745 3.2%
34 Asheboro 25,012 1.2%
35 Cornelius 24,866 5.8%
36 Holly Springs 24,661 9.3%
37 Statesville 24,532 0.4%
38 Kernersville 23,123 2.1%
39 Mint Hill 22,722 2.8%
40 Kinston 21,677 -0.9%
41 Lumberton 21,542 0.2%
42 Havelock 20,735 -0.8%
43 Shelby 20,323 -0.3%
44 Carrboro 19,582 1.0%
45 Lexington 18,931 -0.5%
46 Elizabeth City 18,683 0.8%
47 Clemmons 18,627 1.6%
48 Morrisville 18,576 12.8%
49 Lenoir 18,228 0.1%
50 Fuquay-Varina 17,937 8.1%
51 Boone 17,122 2.4%
52 Morganton 16,918 -0.3%
53 Clayton 16,116 6.5%
54 Laurinburg 15,962 -0.0%
55 Albemarle 15,903 -0.1%
56 Roanoke Rapids 15,754 -0.8%
57 Eden 15,527 -0.2%
58 Henderson 15,368 -0.6%
59 Hope Mills 15,176 2.2%
60 Reidsville 14,520 -0.1%
61 Graham 14,153 0.7%
62 Stallings 13,831 6.7%
63 Mount Holly 13,656 3.5%
64 Leland 13,527 12.6%
65 Hendersonville 13,137 1.4%
66 Pinehurst 13,124 3.0%
67 Newton 12,968 0.2%
68 Lewisville 12,639 0.8%
69 Southern Pines 12,334 1.0%
70 Spring Lake 11,964 -0.4%
71 Harrisburg 11,526 9.4%
72 Archdale 11,415 2.3%
73 Tarboro 11,415 0.2%
74 Knightdale 11,401 6.1%
75 Mebane 11,393 4.1%
76 Smithfield 10,966 -0.1%
77 Davidson 10,944 4.2%
78 Lincolnton 10,486 0.4%
79 Mount Airy 10,388 -0.5%
80 Kings Mountain 10,296 0.0%
81 Summerfield 10,232 4.1%
82 Belmont 10,076 1.3%
83 Waynesville 9,869 0.3%
84 Waxhaw 9,859 12.3%
85 Washington 9,744 0.0%
86 Rockingham 9,558
87 Weddington 9,459 3.4%
88 Elon 9,419 3.3%
89 Winterville 9,269 6.7%
90 Dunn 9,263 -0.0%
91 Morehead City 8,661 0.9%
92 Clinton 8,639 0.0%
93 Oxford 8,461 0.1%
94 Roxboro 8,362 -0.4%
95 Conover 8,165 1.9%
96 Siler City 7,887 1.1%
97 Black Mountain 7,848 0.4%
98 Marion 7,838 1.3%
99 Brevard 7,609 1.1%
100 Butner 7,591 1.6%

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