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Top 50 Cities in the U.S. by Population and Rank, 1990 and 2000

  4/1/2000
census
population
4/1/1990
census
population
Numeric
population
change
19902000
Percent
population
change
19902000
Size rank
1990
Size rank
2000
New York, N.Y. 8,008,278 7,322,564 685,714 9.4 1 1
Los Angeles, Calif. 3,694,820 3,485,398 209,422 6.0 2 2
Chicago, Ill. 2,896,016 2,783,726 112,290 4.0 3 3
Houston, Tex. 1,953,631 1,630,553 323,078 19.8 4 4
Philadelphia, Pa. 1,517,550 1,585,577 68,027 4.3 5 5
Phoenix, Ariz. 1,321,045 983,403 337,642 34.3 10 6
San Diego, Calif. 1,223,400 1,110,549 112,851 10.2 6 7
Dallas, Tex. 1,188,580 1,006,877 181,703 18.0 8 8
San Antonio, Tex. 1,144,646 935,933 208,713 22.3 9 9
Detroit, Mich. 951,270 1,027,974 76,704 7.5 7 10
San Jose, Calif. 894,943 782,248 112,695 14.4 11 11
Indianapolis, Ind. 791,926 741,952 49,974 6.7 13 12
San Francisco, Calif. 776,733 723,959 52,774 7.3 14 13
Jacksonville, Fla. 735,617 635,230 100,387 15.8 16 14
Columbus, Ohio 711,470 632,910 78,560 12.4 15 15
Austin, Tex. 656,562 465,622 190,940 41.0 25 16
Baltimore, Md. 651,154 736,014 84,860 11.5 12 17
Memphis, Tenn. 650,100 610,337 39,763 6.5 18 18
Milwaukee, Wis. 596,974 628,088 31,114 5.0 17 19
Boston, Mass. 589,141 574,283 14,858 2.6 20 20
Washington, DC 572,059 606,900 34,841 5.7 19 21
Nashville-Davidson, Tenn.1 569,891 510,784 59,107 11.6 26 22
El Paso, Tex. 563,662 515,342 48,320 9.4 22 23
Seattle, Wash. 563,374 516,259 47,115 9.1 21 24
Denver, Colo. 554,636 467,610 87,026 18.6 28 25
Charlotte, N.C. 540,828 395,934 144,894 36.6 33 26
Fort Worth, Tex. 534,694 447,619 87,075 19.5 29 27
Portland, Ore. 529,121 437,319 91,802 21.0 27 28
Oklahoma City, Okla. 506,132 444,719 61,413 13.8 30 29
Tucson, Ariz. 486,699 405,390 81,309 20.1 34 30
New Orleans, La. 484,674 496,938 12,264 2.5 24 31
Las Vegas, Nev. 478,434 258,295 220,139 85.2 63 32
Cleveland, Ohio 478,403 505,616 27,213 5.4 23 33
Long Beach, Calif. 461,522 429,433 32,089 7.5 32 34
Albuquerque, N.M. 448,607 384,736 63,871 16.6 40 35
Kansas City, Mo. 441,545 435,146 6,399 1.5 31 36
Fresno, Calif. 427,652 354,202 73,450 20.7 48 37
Virginia Beach, Va. 425,257 393,069 32,188 8.2 39 38
Atlanta, Ga. 416,474 394,017 22,457 5.7 38 39
Sacramento, Calif. 407,018 369,365 37,653 10.2 37 40
Oakland, Calif. 399,484 372,242 27,242 7.3 35 41
Mesa, Ariz. 396,375 288,091 108,284 37.6 53 42
Tulsa, Okla. 393,049 367,302 25,747 7.0 44 43
Omaha, Neb. 390,007 335,795 54,212 16.1 47 44
Minneapolis, Minn. 382,618 368,383 14,235 3.9 43 45
Honolulu CDP,2 Hawaii 371,657 365,272 6,385 1.7 41 46
Miami, Fla. 362,470 358,548 3,922 1.1 46 47
Colorado Springs, Colo. 360,890 281,140 79,750 28.4 54 48
St. Louis, Mo. 348,189 396,685 48,496 12.2 42 49
Wichita, Kans. 344,284 304,011 40,273 13.2 51 50
NOTE: 1990 population figures in this table reflect most recent revisions by the Census Bureau.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau; Web: www.census.gov .