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July 2003 US City Populations! Some Surprises!

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Here's the Top 100 in the US 2003:

*The Census revised many of their estimates for 2001-2002, also quite a few cities here have loss some population according to them.

1 New York city: 8,085,742

2 Los Angeles city: 3,819,951

3 Chicago city: 2,869,121

4 Houston city: 2,009,690

5 Philadelphia city: 1,479,339

6 Phoenix city: 1,388,416

7 San Diego city: 1,266,753

8 San Antonio city: 1,214,725

9 Dallas city: 1,208,318

10 Detroit city: 911,402

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11 San Jose city: 898,349

12 Indianapolis city (balance): 783,438

13 Jacksonville city: 773,781

14 San Francisco city: 751,682

15 Columbus city: 728,432

16 Austin city: 672,011

17 Memphis city: 645,978

18 Baltimore city: 628,670

19 Milwaukee city: 586,941

20 Fort Worth city: 585,122

21 Charlotte city: 584,658

22 El Paso city: 584,113

23 Boston city: 581,616

24 Seattle city: 569,101

25 Washington city: 563,384

26 Denver city: 557,478

27 Nashville-Davidson (balance): 544,765

28 Portland city: 538,544

29 Oklahoma City city: 523,303

30 Las Vegas city: 517,017

31 Tucson city: 507,658

32 Long Beach city: 475,460

33 Albuquerque city: 471,856

34 New Orleans city: 469,032

35 Cleveland city: 461,324

36 Fresno city: 451,455

37 Sacramento city: 445,335

38 Kansas City city: 442,768

39 Virginia Beach city: 439,467

40 Mesa city: 432,376

41 Atlanta city: 423,019

42 Omaha city: 404,267

43 Oakland city: 398,844

44 Tulsa city: 387,807

45 Honolulu CDP: 380,149

46 Miami city: 376,815

47 Minneapolis city: 373,188

48 Colorado Springs city: 370,448

49 Arlington city: 355,007

50 Wichita city: 354,617

51 Santa Ana city: 342,510

52 Anaheim city: 332,361

53 St. Louis city: 332,223

54 Pittsburgh city: 325,337

55 Tampa city: 317,647

56 Cincinnati city: 317,361

57 Raleigh city: 316,802

58 Toledo city: 308,973

59 Aurora city: 290,418

60 Buffalo city: 285,018

61 Riverside city: 281,514

62 St. Paul city: 280,404

63 Corpus Christi city: 279,208

64 Newark city: 277,911

65 Stockton city: 271,466

66 Bakersfield city: 271,035

67 Anchorage municipality: 270,951

68 Lexington-Fayette: 266,798

69 Louisville city 248,762

70 St. Petersburg city: 247,610

71 Plano city: 241,991

72 Norfolk city: 241,727

73 Jersey City city: 239,097

74 Birmingham city: 236,620

75 Lincoln city: 235,594

76 Glendale city: 232,838

77 Greensboro city: 229,110

78 Hialeah city: 226,401

79 Baton Rouge city: 225,090

80 Fort Wayne city: 219,495

81 Madison city: 218,432

82 Garland city: 218,027

83 Scottsdale city: 217,989

84 Rochester city: 215,093

85 Henderson city: 214,852

86 Akron city: 212,215

87 Chandler city: 211,299

88 Chesapeake city: 210,834

89 Modesto city: 206,872

90 Lubbock city: 206,481

91 Fremont city: 204,525

92 Glendale city: 200,499

93 Montgomery city: 200,123

94 Orlando city: 199,336

95 Chula Vista city: 199,060

96 Durham city: 198,376

97 Shreveport city: 198,364

98 Laredo city: 197,488

99 Yonkers city: 197,388

100 Tacoma city: 196,790

Extras:

101 Spokane city 196,624

102 Des Moines city 196,093

103 Grand Rapids city 195,601

105 Richmond city 194,729

108 Reno city 193,882

111 Winston-Salem city 190,299

112 Boise City city 190,117

115 Little Rock city 184,053

116 Newport News city 181,647

118 Salt Lake City city 179,894

121 Providence city 176,365

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Population Loss Highlights -1,000 or More for 2002-2003:

Chicago city, Illinois: -13,143

Detroit city, Michigan: -10,357

San Francisco city, California: -10,301

Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania: -9,441

Baltimore city, Maryland: -7,809

Boston city, Massachusetts: -6,305

Washington city, District of Columbia: -5,773

Cleveland city, Ohio: -5,230

Cincinnati city, Ohio: -4,823

New Orleans city, Louisiana: -4,057

St. Louis city, Missouri: -3,930

St. Paul city, Minnesota: -3,479

Tulsa city, Oklahoma: -3,105

Milwaukee city, Wisconsin: -2,696

Minneapolis city, Minnesota: -2,696

Pittsburgh city, Pennsylvania: -2,631

Buffalo city, New York: -2,241

Oakland city, California: -2,132

Louisville city, Kentucky: -1,962

Richmond city, Virginia: -1,842

Savannah city, Georgia: -1,688

Birmingham city, Alabama: -1,541

Toledo city, Ohio: -1,519

Des Moines city, Iowa: -1,500

Akron city, Ohio: -1,493

Fremont city, California: -1,397

Rochester city, New York: -1,295

Mobile city, Alabama: -1,282

Salt Lake City city, Utah: -1,266

Flint city, Michigan: -1,253

Berkeley city, California: -1,221

Arlington CDP, Virginia: -1,217

Evansville city, Indiana: -1,214

Dayton city, Ohio: -1,037

Alexandria city, Virginia: -1,015

Provo city, Utah: -1,001

Man there's a lot of these i'm kind of like hmm i have my doubts...

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My near future predictions Miami will over take Tulsa & Honolulu and Honolulu will take Tulsa's spot :D But of course it doesnt matter since the city limits are different for each city it would be nice if Honolulu expanded to atleast 100sq miles or even more but there are no incorporated places in Hawaii which is why Honolulu has what is called a CDP or Census Designated Place to define the "City" limits per say. :P

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I'd be interested in METRO population estimates, I have tried and failed to find a reliable US Census link to updated projections on the Metro Stats, city stats can be very misleading Miami and Pittsburgh cities are only 5% of the land area of their metroplex while Jacksonville and Indianapolis are almost 50% of their metroplex, of course Jville and Indy will show more CITY population but any reasonable person will realize Metro Miami and Pittsburgh aren't 50 rungs below them.

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^Well we did one not too long ago you might have to do a search in this section to find it. I created a list for cities above 800,000 or so in that particular thread and Teshadoha or whatever his username is did for all metros but i wouldnt go by the 2002 estimates that he has on it because some are going by old estimates that the us census readjusted in 2003. Confused? :ph34r:

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Well it will more than likely be over 4,000,000 by the 2010 census and thats the one that matters! Although i wish that the census did the supposed 100% count every 5yrs instead of 10yrs :( hehe hopefully by 2010 Honolulu's cdp will be over 400,000 or more if they extend the city limits to atleast pearl city which is where the last of the tallest highrises end. :P

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