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Old 05-24-2014, 07:26 AM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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From factfinder2.census.gov

2013 Population, Counties with 1 Million+ Residents
Los Angeles, CA 10,017,068
Cook, IL 5,240,700
Harris, TX 4,336,853
Maricopa, AZ 4,009,412
San Diego, CA 3,211,252
Orange, CA 3,114,363
Miami-Dade, FL 2,617,176
Kings, NY 2,592,149
Dallas, TX 2,480,331
Queens, NY 2,296,175
Riverside, CA 2,292,507
San Bernardino, CA 2,088,371
King, WA 2,044,449
Clark, NV 2,027,868
Tarrant, TX 1,911,541
Broward, FL 1,838,844
Bexar, TX 1,817,610
Wayne, MI 1,775,273
New York, NY 1,626,159
Alameda, CA 1,578,891
Philadelphia, PA 1,553,165
Middlesex, MA 1,552,802
Suffolk, NY 1,499,738
Sacramento, CA 1,462,131
Bronx, NY 1,418,733
Palm Beach, FL 1,372,171
Nassau, NY 1,352,146
Hillsborough, FL 1,291,578
Cuyahoga, OH 1,263,154
Oakland, MI 1,231,640
Allegheny, PA 1,231,527
Orange, FL 1,225,267
Franklin, OH 1,212,263
Hennepin, MN 1,198,778
Fairfax, VA 1,130,924
Travis, TX 1,120,954
Contra Costa, CA 1,094,205
Salt Lake, UT 1,079,721
Montgomery, MD 1,016,677
St Louis, MO 1,001,444

2013 Total Population Growth, Counties with 1 Million+ Residents
Harris, TX +82,890
Maricopa, AZ +68,800
Los Angeles, CA +65,378
King, WA +36,875
San Diego, CA +35,114
Bexar, TX +31,823
Clark, NV +30,209
Tarrant, TX +30,096
Orange, CA +29,008
Riverside, CA +27,628
Dalls, TX +26,424
Santa Clara, CA +26,016
Alameda, CA +24,931
Travis, TX +24,708
Miami-Dade, FL +24,466
Broward, FL +24,031
Kings, NY +23,714
Orange, FL +23,692
Queens, NY +20,286
Palm Beach, FL +16,412
Franklin, OH +16,193
Contra Costa, CA +15,948
Salt Lake, UT +15,652
Middlesex, MA +15,653
Hennepin, MN +14,446
Sacramento, CA +14,078
Cook, IL +12,708
Fairfax, VA +12,241
Montgomery, MD +12,201
Hillsborough, FL +11,841
Oakland, MI +10,997
San Bernardino, CA +10,918
Bronx, NY +10,794
New York, NY +4,836
Philadelphia, PA +4,518
Nassau, NY +3,863
Suffolk, NY +1,780
Allegheny, PA +1,615
St Louis, MO +971
Cuyahoga, OH -2,895
Wayne, MI -17,223


2013 Population Growth Rate, Counties with 1 Million+ Residents
Travis, TX +2.3%
Orange, FL +2.0%
Harris, TX +1.9%
Bexar, TX +1.8%
King, WA +1.8%
Maricopa, AZ +1.7%
Alameda, CA +1.6%
Tarrant, TX +1.6%
Clark, NV +1.5%
Contra Costa, CA +1.5%
Salt Lake, UT +1.5%
Franklin, OH +1.4%
Santa Clara, CA +1.4%
Broward, FL +1.3%
Hennepin, MN +1.2%
Montgomery, MD +1.2%
Palm Beach, FL +1.2%
Riverside, CA +1.2%
Dallas, TX +1.1%
Fairfax, VA +1.1%
San Diego, CA +1.1%
Middlesex, MA +1.0%
Sacramento, CA +1.0%
Hillsborough, FL +0.9%
Kings, NY +0.9%
Miami-Dade, FL +0.9%
Oakland, MI +0.9%
Orange, CA +0.9%
Queens, NY +0.9%
Bronx, NY +0.8%
Los Angeles, cA +0.7%
San Bernardino, CA +0.5%
Nassau, NY +0.3%
New York, NY +0.3%
Philadelphia, PA +0.3%
Cook, IL +0.2%
Allegheny, PA +0.1%
St Louis, MO +0.1%
Suffolk, NY +0.1%
Cuyahoga, OH -0.2%
Wayne, MI -1.0%
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Old 05-24-2014, 08:53 AM
 
Location: The canyon (with my pistols and knife)
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Regardless of the rate of growth, as long as Allegheny County keeps growing, I don't care what happens to the other counties in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. They're not the ones steering the ship anyway.
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Old 05-24-2014, 09:06 AM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Regardless of the rate of growth, as long as Allegheny County keeps growing, I don't care what happens to the other counties in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. They're not the ones steering the ship anyway.
Agreed. Once you get outside of the exbrubs right next to Allegheny County, it's like a different world.
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