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Old 05-26-2010, 06:12 PM
 
Location: Phoenix
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I guess I was just bored...This is just for fun...without taking into consideration that many cities' csa/msa populations are much larger of course than just city populations, as well as some cities being larger in area than others...

Estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau as of July 1, 2008

California: (15)
#2. Los Angeles
#9. San Diego
#10. San Jose
#12. San Francisco
#36. Fresno
#37. Sacramento
#38. Long Beach
#44. Oakland
#54. Santa Ana
#56. Anaheim
#58 Bakersfield
#61. Riverside
#63. Stockton
#89. Chula Vista
#98. Irvine
Texas: (12)
#4. Houston
#7. San Antonio
#8. Dallas
#15. Austin
#17. Fort Worth
#22. El Paso
#50. Arlington
#64. Corpus Christi
#70. Plano
#86. Laredo
#87. Lubbock
#90. Garland
Arizona: (7)
#5. Phoenix
#32. Tucson
#39. Mesa
#74. Glendale
#76. Chandler
#79. Scottsdale
#94. Gilbert
Florida: (6)
#13. Jacksonville
#43. Miami
#53. Tampa
#73. St. Petersburg
#82. Orlando
#95. Hialeah
Ohio: (5)
#16. Columbus
#41. Cleveland
#57. Cincinnati
#61. Toledo
#97. Akron
North Carolina: (5)
#18. Charlotte
#45. Raleigh
#75. Greensboro
#85. Durham
#91. Winston-Salem
Nevada: (4)
#28. Las Vegas
#71. Henderson
#92. North Las Vegas
#93. Reno
Virginia: (4)
#42. Virginia Beach
#80. Norfolk
#88. Chesapeake
#96. Arlington
Colorado: (3)
#24. Denver
#48. Colorado Springs
#59. Aurora
New York: (3)
#1. New York
#69. Buffalo
#99. Rochester
Kentucky: (2)
#30. Louisville
#65. Lexington
Louisiana: (2)
#55. New Orleans
#84. Baton Rouge
Minnesota: (2)
#47. Minneapolis
#66. St. Paul
Missouri: (2)
#35. Kansas City
#52. St. Louis
Nebraska: (2)
#40. Omaha
#72. Lincoln
New Jersey: (2)
#68. Newark
#78. Jersey City
Oklahoma: (2)
#31. Oklahoma City
#46. Tulsa
Pennsylvania: (2)
#5. Philadelphia
#60. Pittsburgh
Tennessee: (2)
#19. Memphis
#26. Nashville
Wisconsin: (2)
#23. Milwaukee
#81. Madison
Alabama: (1)
#83. Birmingham
Alaska: (1)
#67. Anchorage
District of Columbia: (1)
Georgia: (1)
#33. Atlanta
Hawaii: (1)
#49. Honolulu
Idaho: (1)
#100. Boise
Illinois: (1)
#3. Chicago
Indiana: (1)
#14. Indianapolis
Kansas: (1)
#51. Wichita
Maryland: (1)
#20. Baltimore
Massachusetts: (1)
#21. Boston
Michigan: (1)
#11. Detroit
New Mexico: (1)
#34. Albuquerque
Oregon: (1)
#29. Portland
Washington: (1)
#25. Seattle
Arkansas: 0
Connecticut: 0
Delaware: 0
Iowa: 0
Maine: 0
Mississippi: 0
Montana: 0
New Hampshire: 0
North Dakota: 0
Rhode Island: 0
South Carolina: 0
South Dakota: 0
Utah: 0
Vermont: 0
West Virginia: 0
Wyoming: 0
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Old 05-26-2010, 06:23 PM
 
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Interesting.
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Old 05-26-2010, 06:24 PM
 
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I didn't know AZ was that far up there.
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Old 05-26-2010, 06:25 PM
 
Location: Asheville, NC
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Haha! I've made lists during boring times but never thought of grouping by state. I wonder how/if the list would change if you took csa/msa into consideration.
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Old 05-26-2010, 06:27 PM
 
Location: Phoenix
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Haha! I've made lists during boring times but never thought of grouping by state. I wonder how/if the list would change if you took csa/msa into consideration.
Yes I was bored...hehe...yeah it would change and if you're bored too, you're more than welcome to make a list that way!
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:22 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX/Chicago, IL/Houston, TX/Washington, DC
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I didn't know AZ was that far up there.
Besides Tucson all the other cities are suburban. I think the list is quite interesting.

I expected a few more from New York though.
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:26 PM
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It would be interesting to use MSA's or CSA's and use populations of 100K and higher...LA, Phoenix ,SFO and DFW would probably make out well.
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:51 PM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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It would be interesting to use MSA's or CSA's and use populations of 100K and higher...LA, Phoenix ,SFO and DFW would probably make out well.
Definitely LA wins.

California has 69 cities with over 100,000 residents.

These numbers are according to the State of California for 2010.

Los Angeles CSA(Cities by Population 100,000+), 2010
Los Angeles 4,094,764
Long Beach 494,709
Santa Ana 357,754
Anaheim 353,653
Riverside 304,051
Irvine 217,686
Glendale 207,902
San Bernardino 204,800
Oxnard 200,004
Fontana 190,356
Moreno Valley 188,537
Rancho Cucamonga 178,904
Santa Clarita 177,641
Garden Grove 175,618
Ontario 174,536
Pomona 163,683
Palmdale 152,622
Pasadena 151,576
Corona 150,416
Torrance 149,717
Lancaster 145,875
Orange 142,708
Fullerton 138,610
Thousand Oaks 130,209
Simi Valley 126,902
El Monte 126,464
Inglewood 119,053
Costa Mesa 117,178
Downey 113,715
West Covina 112,890
Victorville 112,097
Ventura 109,946
Norwalk 109,817
Burbank 108,469
Temecula 105,029
South Gate 101,914
Murrieta 101,487
Mission Viejo 100,725
Rialto 100,260

SF CSA(Cities by Population 100,000+), 2010
San Jose 1,023,083
San Franciscom 856,095
Oakland 430,666
Fremont 218,128
Santa Rosa 163,436
Hayward 153,104
Sunnyvale 140,450
Concord 125,864
Vallejo 121,435
Santa Clara 118,830
Daly City 108,119
Berkeley 108,119
Fairfield 105,955
Antioch 102,330
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Old 05-27-2010, 08:07 AM
 
Location: Asheville, NC
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Yes I was bored...hehe...yeah it would change and if you're bored too, you're more than welcome to make a list that way!
Maybe another day. I've already been wasting too much time. I'm supposed to be working on something. LOL Totally unmotivated though...
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Old 05-27-2010, 05:58 PM
 
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Definitely LA wins.

California has 69 cities with over 100,000 residents.

These numbers are according to the State of California for 2010.

Los Angeles CSA(Cities by Population 100,000+), 2010
Los Angeles 4,094,764
Long Beach 494,709
Santa Ana 357,754
Anaheim 353,653
Riverside 304,051
Irvine 217,686
Glendale 207,902
San Bernardino 204,800
Oxnard 200,004
Fontana 190,356
Moreno Valley 188,537
Rancho Cucamonga 178,904
Santa Clarita 177,641
Garden Grove 175,618
Ontario 174,536
Pomona 163,683
Palmdale 152,622
Pasadena 151,576
Corona 150,416
Torrance 149,717
Lancaster 145,875
Orange 142,708
Fullerton 138,610
Thousand Oaks 130,209
Simi Valley 126,902
El Monte 126,464
Inglewood 119,053
Costa Mesa 117,178
Downey 113,715
West Covina 112,890
Victorville 112,097
Ventura 109,946
Norwalk 109,817
Burbank 108,469
Temecula 105,029
South Gate 101,914
Murrieta 101,487
Mission Viejo 100,725
Rialto 100,260

SF CSA(Cities by Population 100,000+), 2010
San Jose 1,023,083
San Franciscom 856,095
Oakland 430,666
Fremont 218,128
Santa Rosa 163,436
Hayward 153,104
Sunnyvale 140,450
Concord 125,864
Vallejo 121,435
Santa Clara 118,830
Daly City 108,119
Berkeley 108,119
Fairfield 105,955
Antioch 102,330
Whoa. That's crazy. When they say Greater LA is built out, it's REALLY built out.
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