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Old 05-23-2013, 05:55 PM
 
Location: Chicago(Northside)
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Detroit, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Toledo, Buffalo, Norfolk, Akron, Mobile, Newport News, Rockford (IL), Syracuse, Hampton (VA), New Haven, Waterbury (CT), Wichita Falls (TX), Flint, and South Bend (IN) all with estimated population loses.
Cincinnati is currently in a economic boom, i doubt it will loose population it only lost like 0.2% last year.
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:12 PM
 
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New England top 10
1) Boston- 636,479
2) Worcester (MA)- 182,669
3) Providence (RI)- 178,432
4) Springfield (MA)- 153,552
5) Bridgeport (CT)- 146,425
6) New Haven (CT)- 130,741
7) Stamford (NY) - 125,109
8) Hartford (CT)- 124,893
9) Manchester (NH)- 110,209
10) Waterbury (CT)*- 109,915

*Lowell, Massachusetts is poised to pass Waterbury by the 2013 estimates.
up a spot
down a spot
lost population
Stamford is CT, not NY. It's in Fairfield County, CT.

Or maybe you mean NY Metro? But then, Bridgeport, New Haven, and Waterbury would also be included. Most CT residents are within the NY CSA.
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:01 PM
 
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Stamford is CT, not NY. It's in Fairfield County, CT.

Or maybe you mean NY Metro? But then, Bridgeport, New Haven, and Waterbury would also be included. Most CT residents are within the NY CSA.
I know its a joke, because its basically New York, Fairfield County is much more aligned with NYC than the rest of New England.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:07 PM
 
Location: Columbus, GA
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Glad to see Columbus back as Georgia's 2nd largest city.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:40 PM
 
Location: Michigan
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Michigan cities.
City - 2012 estimate - 2010 census - percent change

Ann Arbor - 116,121 - 113,934 - +1.92%
Grand Rapids - 190,411 - 188,040 - +1.26%
Sterling Heights- 130,410 - 129,699 - +0.55%
Warren - 134,141 - 134,056 - +0.06%
Lansing - 113,996 - 114,297 - −0.26%
Detroit - 701,475 - 713,777 - −1.72%
Flint - 100,515 - 102,434 - −1.87%
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:07 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma City
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Amazing how small the gap is getting between Austin and the 900,000 mark.
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:33 PM
 
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Tennessee cities:
rank) City - 2012 - 2010 - growth - percentage

1) Memphis - 655,155 - 646,889 - 8,266 - 1.28%
2) Nashville - 624,496 - 601,222 - 23,274 - 3.87%
3) Knoxville - 182,200 - 178,874 - 3,326 - 1.86%
4) Chattanooga - 171,279 - 167,674 - 3,605 - 2.15%
5) Clarksville - 142,519 - 132,929 - 9,590 - 7.21%
6) Murfreesboro - 114,038 - 108,755 - 5,283 - 4.86%
7) Jackson - 67,265 - 65,211 - 2,054 - 3.15%
8) Franklin - 66,280 - 62,487 - 3,793 - 6.07%
9) Johnson City - 64,528 - 63,152 -1,376 - 2.18%
10) Bartlett - 55,945 - 54,613 - 1,332 - 2.44%
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Old 05-23-2013, 11:24 PM
 
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Yeah the census estimates also said in 2009 Atlanta had 540,000 and Chicago had 2.9 million

Been than turned around and said in the 2010 census that Atlanta had 420,000...and Chicago had actually 2.6 million...so I'll take these here estimates with a grain of salt
Word. These estimates are still fun to browse. The Bureau is claiming almost every central city and some inner ring suburbs are growing. I'm all for it.
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Old 05-24-2013, 04:34 AM
 
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Michigan cities.
City - 2012 estimate - 2010 census - percent change

Ann Arbor - 116,121 - 113,934 - +1.92%
Grand Rapids - 190,411 - 188,040 - +1.26%
Sterling Heights- 130,410 - 129,699 - +0.55%
Warren - 134,141 - 134,056 - +0.06%
Lansing - 113,996 - 114,297 - −0.26%
Detroit - 701,475 - 713,777 - −1.72%
Flint - 100,515 - 102,434 - −1.87%
Flint will likely be replaced by Dearborn as early as Next year.
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Old 05-24-2013, 06:04 AM
 
Location: Earth
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Finally Chicago gains population must be all the new housing projects going up that's paying off. Chicago is coming back

3. Chicago Illinois 2,714,856 2,695,598 +0.71% 227.635 sq mi

Goal: 3 million

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