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Old 03-23-2011, 04:21 PM
 
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Washington DC MSA:
- District of Columbia: 601,723
- Calvert County, MD: 88,737
- Charles County, MD: 146,551
- Frederick County, MD: 233,385
- Montgomery County, MD: 971,777
- Prince George's County, MD: 863,420
- Arlington County, VA: 207,627
- Alexandria County, VA: 139,966
- Clarke County, VA: 14,034
- Fairfax County, VA: 1,081,026
- Fauquier County, VA: 62,203
- Loudoun County, VA: 312,311
- Prince William County, VA: 402,002
- Spotsylvania County, VA: 122,397
- Stafford County, VA: 128,961
- Warren County, VA: 37,575
- Fairfax, VA: 22,565
- Falls Church, VA: 12,332
- Fredericksburg, VA: 24,286
- Manassas, VA: 37,821
- Manassas Park, VA: 14,273
- Jefferson County, WV: 53,498
Total: 5,578,470

Baltimore-Washington DC CSA:
- District of Columbia: 601,723
- Calvert County, MD: 88,737
- Charles County, MD: 146,551
- Frederick County, MD: 233,385
- Montgomery County, MD: 971,777
- Prince George's County, MD: 863,420
- Arlington County, VA: 207,627
- Alexandria County, VA: 139,966
- Clarke County, VA: 14,034
- Fairfax County, VA: 1,081,026
- Fauquier County, VA: 62,203
- Loudoun County, VA: 312,311
- Prince William County, VA: 402,002
- Spotsylvania County, VA: 122,397
- Stafford County, VA: 128,961
- Warren County, VA: 37,575
- Fairfax, VA: 22,565
- Falls Church, VA: 12,332
- Fredericksburg, VA: 24,286
- Manassas, VA: 37,821
- Manassas Park, VA: 14,273
- Jefferson County, WV: 53,498
- Baltimore, MD: 620,961
- Anne Arundel County, MD: 537,656
- Baltimore County, MD: 805,029
- Caroll County, MD: 167,134
- Harford County, MD: 244,826
- Howard County, MD: 287,085
- Queen Anne's County, MD: 47,798
- Washington County, MD: 147,430
- Saint Mary's County, MD: 105,151
- Culpeper County, VA: 46,689
- Frederick County, VA: 78,305
- Winchester, VA: 26,203
- Berkeley County, WV: 104,169
Total: 8,796,906
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Lol Danny
Haha no. But I wanted to be out after the census was done and over with. I got a call earlier yesterday after I got back in Austin from my mother, we all have to go to Asia in a few days for a few weeks, my grandfather isn't doing well at and I guess I'll leave it at that. I was in a pretty bad mood all of yesterday, not drunk but don't want to be sticking around.

Anyways after tomorrows release I don't really have much of a reason to be on here either way. I don't really much care either way, just a lot of negativity here, lol I'm no good with that.

EDIT: By the way Chicago, on CSA level, you have a rival now with the DMV.

Last edited by S. Elm Street; 03-23-2011 at 04:34 PM.. Reason: Tweak.
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:51 PM
 
Location: Chicago, IL
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EDIT: By the way Chicago, on CSA level, you have a rival now with the DMV.
I think CSA is a little bit misleading of a gauge of population. In any event, how long until Chicago and Milwaukee are combined into one CSA?
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:57 PM
 
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Charlotte MSA:
- Anson County, NC: 26,948
- Cabarrus County, NC: 178,011
- Gaston County, NC: 206,086
- Mecklenburg County, NC: 919,628
- Union County, NC: 201,292
- York County, SC: 226,073
Total: 1,758,038

Charlotte CSA:
- Anson County, NC: 26,948
- Cabarrus County, NC: 178,011
- Gaston County, NC: 206,086
- Mecklenburg County, NC: 919,628
- Union County, NC: 201,292
- York County, SC: 226,073
- Iredell County, NC: 159,437
- Rowan County, NC: 138,428
- Cleveland County, NC: 98,078
- Lincoln County, NC: 78,265
- Stanly County, NC: 60,585
- Lancaster County, SC: 76,652
- Chesterfield County, SC: 46,734
- Chester County, SC: 33,140
Total: 2,388,772
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Originally Posted by Maintainschaos View Post
I think CSA is a little bit misleading of a gauge of population. In any event, how long until Chicago and Milwaukee are combined into one CSA?
Want my honest opinion?

Probably never, they're too far apart like 80 miles right? The only other way to have it done is continuous urban development where there is absolutely no break, 3 miles deep too. I think if it happens, its going to all be thanks to Racine County, WI & Kenosha County, WI. Milwaukee needs to bulk up in general for it to happen.

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Old 03-23-2011, 05:01 PM
 
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Shouldn't the MSA list look like this.......
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- Honolulu MSA: 953,207 (Officially Completed)
- Tulsa MSA: 937,478 (Officially Completed)
- Fresno MSA 930,450
- Albuquerque MSA: 887,077 (Officially Completed)
- Omaha MSA: 864,350 (Officially Completed)
- El Paso MSA: 800,647 (Officially Completed)
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Old 03-23-2011, 05:13 PM
 
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Shouldn't the MSA list look like this.......
My bad, I'll add it in. Thanks for the reminder though.

Oh and here's the list for today. Tomorrow is the last day, New York comes out then. Buffalo, New York, & Rochester will be in.

By City:
- Los Angeles: 3,792,621
- Chicago: 2,695,598
- Houston: 2,099,451
- Philadelphia: 1,526,006
- Phoenix: 1,445,632
- San Antonio: 1,327,407
- San Diego: 1,307,402
- Dallas: 1,197,816
- San Jose: 945,942
- Indianapolis: 829,718
- Jacksonville: 821,784
- San Francisco: 805,235
- Austin: 790,390
- Columbus: 787,033
- Fort Worth: 741,206
- Louisville: 741,096
- Charlotte: 731,424
- Detroit: 713,777
- El Paso: 649,121
- Memphis: 646,889
- Seattle: 630,320
- Nashville: 626,681
- Baltimore: 620,961
- Boston: 617,594
- Washington DC: 601,723
- Denver: 600,158
- Milwaukee: 594,833
- Portland: 583,776
- Las Vegas: 583,756
- Oklahoma City: 579,999
- Albuquerque: 545,852
- Tucson: 520,116
- Fresno: 494,665
- Sacramento: 466,488
- Long Beach: 462,257
- Kansas City: 459,787
- Mesa: 439,041
- Virginia Beach: 437,994
- Atlanta: 420,003
- Colorado Springs: 416,427
- Omaha: 408,958
- Raleigh: 403,892
- Miami: 399,457
- Cleveland: 396,815
- Tulsa: 391,906
- Oakland: 390,724
- Minneapolis: 382,578
- Arlington: 380,084
- New Orleans: 343,829
- Honolulu: 337,256
- Tampa: 335,709
- Saint Louis: 319,294
- Pittsburgh: 305,704
- Cincinnati: 296,943
- Saint Paul: 285,068
- Newark: 277,140
- Jersey City: 247,597
- Norfolk: 242,803
- Orlando: 238,300
- Birmingham: 212,237
- Salt Lake City: 186,440
- Savannah: 136,286
- Atlantic City: 39,558

By MSA:
- Los Angeles MSA: 12,828,837 (Officially Completed)
- Chicago MSA: 9,461,105 (Officially Completed)
- Dallas/Fort Worth MSA: 6,371,863 (Officially Completed)
- Philadelphia MSA: 5,965,343 (Officially Completed)
- Houston MSA: 5,946,300 (Officially Completed)
- Washington DC MSA: 5,578,470 (Officially Completed)
- Miami/Fort Lauderdale MSA: 5,564,635 (Officially Completed)
- Atlanta MSA: 5,290,078 (Officially Completed)
- Boston MSA: 4,552,402 (Officially Completed)
- San Francisco/Oakland MSA: 4,335,391 (Officially Completed)
- Detroit MSA: 4,296,250 (Officially Completed)
- Riverside/San Bernardino MSA: 4,224,851 (Officially Completed)
- Phoenix MSA: 4,192,887 (Officially Completed)
- Seattle MSA: 3,439,809 (Officially Completed)
- Minneapolis/Saint Paul MSA: 3,279,833 (Officially Completed)
- San Diego MSA: 3,095,313 (Officially Completed)
- Tampa MSA: 2,783,243 (Officially Completed)
- Saint Louis MSA: 2,779,939 (Officially Completed)
- Baltimore MSA: 2,710,489 (Officially Completed)
- Denver MSA: 2,543,482 (Officially Completed)
- Pittsburgh MSA: 2,356,285 (Officially Completed)
- Portland MSA: 2,226,009 (Officially Completed)
- Sacramento MSA: 2,149,127 (Officially Completed)
- San Antonio MSA: 2,142,508 (Officially Completed)
- Orlando MSA: 2,134,411 (Officially Completed)
- Cincinnati MSA: 2,130,151 (Officially Completed)
- Cleveland MSA: 2,077,240 (Officially Completed)
- Kansas City MSA: 2,035,334 (Officially Completed)
- Las Vegas MSA: 1,951,269 (Officially Completed)
- San Jose MSA: 1,839,911 (Officially Completed)
- Columbus MSA: 1,836,536 (Officially Completed)
- Indianapolis MSA: 1,756,241 (Officially Completed)
- Austin MSA: 1,716,289 (Officially Completed)
- Virginia Beach/Norfolk MSA: 1,671,683 (Officially Completed)
- Nashville MSA: 1,589,934 (Officially Completed)
- Milwaukee MSA: 1,555,908 (Officially Completed)
- Charlotte MSA: 1,531,965 (Uncompleted until SC release)
- Jacksonville MSA: 1,345,596 (Officially Completed)
- Memphis MSA: 1,316,100 (Officially Completed)
- Louisville MSA: 1,283,566 (Officially Completed)
- Oklahoma City MSA: 1,252,987 (Officially Completed)
- New Orleans MSA: 1,167,764 (Officially Completed)
- Raleigh MSA: 1,130,490 (Officially Completed)
- Birmingham MSA: 1,128,046 (Officially Completed)
- Salt Lake City MSA: 1,124,197 (Officially Completed)
- Tucson MSA: 980,263 (Officially Completed)
- Honolulu MSA: 953,207 (Officially Completed)
- Tulsa MSA: 937,478 (Officially Completed)
- Fresno MSA: 930,450 (Officially Completed)
- Albuquerque MSA: 887,077 (Officially Completed)
- Omaha MSA: 864,350 (Officially Completed)
- El Paso MSA: 800,647 (Officially Completed)

By CSA:
- Los Angeles CSA: 17,877,506 (Officially Completed)
- Chicago CSA: 9,686,021 (Officially Completed)
- New York CSA: 8,864,330 (Uncompleted until NY (State) release)
- Washington DC/Baltimore CSA: 8,796,906 (Officially Completed)
- Boston CSA: 7,559,060 (Officially Completed)
- Bay Area CSA: 7,468,390 (Officially Completed)
- Dallas/Fort Worth CSA: 6,610,530 (Officially Completed)
- Philadelphia CSA: 6,533,683 (Officially Completed)
- Houston CSA: 6,051,363 (Officially Completed)
- Atlanta CSA: 5,639,649 (Officially Completed)
- Detroit CSA: 5,218,852 (Officially Completed)
- Seattle CSA: 4,199,312 (Officially Completed)
- Minneapolis/Saint Paul CSA: 3,577,451 (Officially Completed)
- Denver CSA: 3,090,874 (Officially Completed)
- Cleveland CSA: 2,881,937 (Officially Completed)
- Saint Louis CSA: 2,845,298 (Officially Completed)
- Orlando CSA: 2,818,120 (Officially Completed)
- Sacramento CSA: 2,461,780 (Officially Completed)
- Pittsburgh CSA: 2,447,393 (Officially Completed)
- Charlotte CSA: 2,258,314 (Uncompleted until SC release)
- Cincinnati CSA: 2,172,191 (Officially Completed)
- Kansas City CSA: 2,105,217 (Officially Completed)
- Indianapolis CSA: 2,080,782 (Officially Completed)
- Columbus CSA: 2,071,052 (Officially Completed)
- Las Vegas CSA: 1,995,215 (Officially Completed)
- Austin CSA: 1,759,039 (Officially Completed)
- Milwaukee CSA: 1,751,316 (Officially Completed)
- Raleigh/Durham CSA: 1,749,525 (Officially Completed)
- Salt Lake City CSA: 1,744,886 (Officially Completed)
- Nashville CSA: 1,670,890 (Officially Completed)
- Louisville CSA: 1,427,483 (Officially Completed)
- Oklahoma City CSA: 1,322,429 (Officially Completed)
- New Orleans CSA: 1,214,932 (Officially Completed)
- Birmingham CSA: 1,208,452 (Officially Completed)
- Fresno CSA: 1,081,315 (Officially Completed)
- Tulsa CSA: 988,454 (Officially Completed)
- Omaha CSA: 901,041 (Officially Completed)

Also for what it's worth, here is New York's Combined Statistical Area (CSA) so far without New York (State) in the mix:

New York CSA (Without NY (State)):
- Bergen County, NJ: 905,116
- Hudson County, NJ: 634,266
- Passaic County, NJ: 501,226
- Middlesex County, NJ: 809,858
- Monmouth County, NJ: 630,380
- Ocean County, NJ: 576,567
- Somerset County, NJ: 323,444
- Essex County, NJ: 783,969
- Union County, NJ: 536,499
- Morris County, NJ: 492,2764
- Sussex County, NJ: 149,265
- Hunterdon County, NJ: 128,349
- Mercer County, NJ: 366,513
- Pike County, PA: 57,369
- Litchfield County, CT: 189,927
- Fairfield County, CT: 916,829
- New Haven County, CT: 862,477
Total: 8,864,330
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Old 03-23-2011, 05:31 PM
 
Location: Carrboro and Concord, NC
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South Carolina top 5

Columbia 129,272 +11.4%
Charleston 120,183 +24.2%
North Charleston 97,471 +22.4%
Mount Pleasant 67,843 +42.5%
Rock Hill 66,154 +32.9%

N Charleston and Mt Pleasant are both Charleston suburbs.

Rock Hill is in York County, part of Charlotte's MSA. Rock Hill did come in around 2500 below the 2009 estimate.
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Old 03-23-2011, 05:44 PM
 
Location: South Beach and DT Raleigh
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South Carolina top 5

Columbia 129,272 +11.4%
Charleston 120,183 +24.2%
North Charleston 97,471 +22.4%
Mount Pleasant 67,843 +42.5%
Rock Hill 66,154 +32.9%

N Charleston and Mt Pleasant are both Charleston suburbs.

Rock Hill is in York County, part of Charlotte's MSA. Rock Hill did come in around 2500 below the 2009 estimate.
Wow. NC's largest suburb (Cary) is actually more populated than South Carolina's largest city. Of course, if Charleston and North Charleston were united, that wouldn't be the case.
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:31 PM
 
Location: You Already Know: San Diego!
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UNBELIEVABLE! Things need to turn around for Detroit ASAP or this city will quickly become a modern day Pompei!! I really want to see this city turn around, I don't want to see this city go to the wayside!
If this "200,000 population decline" keeps on going, the population of the city could be 0 in about 35 years. I'ts not going to happen, luckily. Just turn things around. The Mayor should have a say about it.

200,000 population decline's big, if you ask me.
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:38 PM
 
Location: The City
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Lol Kid and Danny please tell me you guys were both just drunk last night.
unfortunatley yes, and that 6am alarm came awfully early
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:55 PM
 
Location: ITP - Northeast Atlanta
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'a drunk man speaks a sober mind'
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