Biggest "Saint" Cities - United States

Name the most populous cities in the United States whose name starts with "Saint", "San", or "Santa".
By city proper population, not metro area
2019 U.S. Census Bureau estimates
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Last updated: November 15, 2020
First submittedOctober 19, 2017
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Population
City
1,547,253
San Antonio
1,423,851
San Diego
1,021,795
San Jose
881,549
San Francisco
332,318
Santa Ana
318,441
(San Juan)
308,096
Saint Paul
300,576
Saint Louis
265,351
Saint Petersburg
215,784
San Bernardino
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Level 48
Oct 19, 2017
Great Quiz!
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Level 82
Oct 19, 2017
I always forget that Texas place on these quizzes. No idea why.
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Level 83
Oct 20, 2017
I typed San Juan and couldn't figure out why it wasn't accepted until I noticed it auto filled for some reason.
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Level 70
Jan 24, 2018
I guess because people would not think of Puerto Rico, since it's not part of the mainland.
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Level 75
May 28, 2019
I think San Juan should be a city we have to guess. It is part of the United States, and even though it is in a territory, I don't think it should be overlooked as a given answer. Not a political sentiment, more an academic one.
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Level 58
Jan 8, 2021
I second this. What’s the rationale for having auto filled San Juan? Is there a debate as to which country is San Juan in?
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Level 55
Jan 8, 2021
Territories are often left out on Jetpunk quizzes, the fact that the answer is still included gives it more attention than various territories in other quizzes.
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Level 61
Oct 22, 2017
If the population statistics are correct, it looks like Santa Ana should come before Saint Paul.
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Level ∞
Nov 9, 2017
Fixed
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Level 55
Jan 9, 2019
San Angelo

Santa Fe

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Level 70
Jan 24, 2018
Kept thinking of St. Petersburg and kept dismissing it since it was in Russia ¥_¥
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Level 76
Jan 24, 2018
Only one of these I've visited: St Petersburg. Only one I missed ...
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Level 85
Jan 24, 2018
why do only "louis" and "peter" work by themself?

for all the others i had to put in before "san" or "santa", which is a bit confusing (especially if you started with "louis" (ok) then "jose" (ko))

moreover, if the rule is:

- saint --> auto fill

- san/santa --> to be put in

why on earth does "petersburg" alone not work?

maybe i'm getting something wrong (i took the quiz multiple times just to verify), or maybe you could align the answers

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Level ∞
Jan 25, 2018
This has been fixed
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Level 60
Jan 25, 2018
Guess which one I missed. St. Petersburg. Guess where I live. Holy S--!
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Level 21
Feb 3, 2018
Why aren't São Paulo, São Luís, São Gonçalo and other Brazilian cities in this list?
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Level 60
Feb 5, 2018
This quiz is only for U.S. cities.
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Level 20
Jan 8, 2021
It’s a US quiz...
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Level 60
Feb 5, 2018
Why San Juan isn't here?
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Level 45
Feb 5, 2018
Santa Barbara?
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Level 55
Oct 14, 2018
Santa Fe didn't make to the list!!!
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Level 65
Oct 20, 2020
where TF is San Dimas....?
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Level 40
Jan 8, 2021
San Dimas high school football rules!
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Level 83
Jan 8, 2021
Party on dude.
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Level 23
Jan 9, 2021
69, dude!
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Level 38
Nov 27, 2020
Santa Fe is a small city.
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Level 35
Jan 8, 2021
sao paulo?

Santa Fe?

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Level 50
Jan 8, 2021
Sao Paulo is in Brazil...
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Level 24
Jan 12, 2021
Why is San Juan already there? There are more Sans there