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Old 03-15-2011, 09:56 AM
 
Location: Upper East Side, Milwaukee
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Default 2010 Census Data for Wisconsin

2010 Census Data - 100 Largest Municipalities in Wisconsin


Milwaukee 594,833
Madison 233,209
Green Bay 104,057
Kenosha 99,218
Racine 78,860
Appleton 72,623
Waukesha 70,718
Oshkosh 66,083
Eau Claire 65,883
Janesville 63,575
West Allis 60,411
La Crosse 51,320
Sheboygan 49,288
Wauwatosa 46,396
Fond du Lac 43,021
New Berlin 39,584
Wausau 39,106
Brookfield 37,920
Beloit 36,966
Greenfield 36,720
Menomonee Falls 35,626
Franklin 35,451
Oak Creek 34,451
Manitowoc 33,736
West Bend 31,078
Sun Prairie 29,364
Superior 27,244
Stevens Point 26,717
Mount Pleasant 26,197
Neenah 25,501
Fitchburg 25,260
Caledonia 24,705
Muskego 24,135
Watertown 23,861
De Pere 23,800
Mequon 23,132
South Milwaukee 21,156
Town of Grand Chute 20,919
Germantown 19,749
Pleasant Prairie 19,719
Marshfield 19,118
Town of Menasha 18,498
Wisconsin Rapids 18,367
Cudahy 18,267
Onalaska 17,736
Middleton 17,442
Howard 17,399
Menasha 17,353
Ashwaubenon 16,963
Menomonie 16,264
Beaver Dam 16,214
Oconomowoc 15,759
Kaukauna 15,462
River Falls 15,000
Weston 14,868
Bellevue 14,570
Whitewater 14,390
Hartford 14,223
Whitefish Bay 14,110
Greendale 14,046
Allouez 13,975
Chippewa Falls 13,661
City of Pewaukee 13,195
Shorewood 13,162
Glendale 12,872
Hudson 12,719
Stoughton 12,611
Fort Atkinson 12,368
Plover 12,123
Waunakee 12,097
Salem 12,067
Baraboo 12,048
Brown Deer 11,999
Two Rivers 11,712
Grafton 11,459
Cedarburg 11,412
Suamico 11,346
Waupun 11,340
Richfield 11,300
Port Washington 11,250
Platteville 11,224
Marinette 10,968
Town of Harrison 10,839
Monroe 10,827
Verona 10,619
Sussex 10,518
Burlington 10,464
Little Chute 10,449
Portage 10,324
Town of Greenville 10,309
Town of Lisbon 10,157
Elkhorn 10,084
Merrill 9,661
Town of Somers 9,597
Sparta 9,522
St Francis 9,365
Shawano 9,305
Oregon 9,231
Reedsburg 9,200
Sturgeon Bay 9,144

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Old 03-21-2011, 07:01 PM
 
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Old 03-24-2011, 01:54 AM
 
Location: Tower of Heaven
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Milwaukee declined !
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Old 03-25-2011, 01:11 PM
 
Location: Riverwest, MKE
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Originally Posted by Wonderful Jellal View Post
Milwaukee declined !
Hmmm... why do you sound happy?

Either way, Milwaukee was counted at 578,000 last time, so this is actually an INCREASE of 16,000 from 10 years ago. It also turned out that Milwaukee was undercounted and that's very likely the case again. I'm sure we'll see an adjustment in a couple years just like last time.
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Old 03-25-2011, 04:17 PM
 
Location: Milwaukee
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Hmmm... why do you sound happy?

Either way, Milwaukee was counted at 578,000 last time, so this is actually an INCREASE of 16,000 from 10 years ago. It also turned out that Milwaukee was undercounted and that's very likely the case again. I'm sure we'll see an adjustment in a couple years just like last time.
It wouldn't be a couple of years. New York, Chicago and other big cities are already disputing the totals. There is a very good chance that New York will gain 200,000 residents after the dispute is final. Milwaukee can challenge the total and probably gain back the .04% of population loss. The revised totals will be released within a year.
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Old 03-25-2011, 04:20 PM
 
Location: Milwaukee
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Milwaukee declined !
Give me a break. It's .04 of a percent. Detroit lost 25% of it's population. I bet your giddy about that. Milwaukee can challenge the census total and get back the 2,000 residents which where undercounted.

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