U.S. Cities with the Biggest Population Change in the Last 100 Years

Which U.S. cities have gained/lost the most residents in the last 100 (to be exactly: 95) years?
As a comparison: USA 1920: 106,000,000, USA 2015: 325,000,000 (+219,000,000)
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Last updated: May 19, 2017
First submittedMay 19, 2017
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Pop 1920
Pop 2015
Change
U.S. City
773,000
316,000
-457,000
St. Louis
797,000
388,000
-409,000
Cleveland
993,000
677,000
-316,000
Detroit
588,000
304,000
-284,000
Pittsburgh
1,824,000
1,567,000
-257,000
Philadelphia
507,000
258,000
-249,000
Buffalo
415,000
282,000
-133,000
Newark
734,000
622,000
-122,000
Baltimore
401,000
299,000
-102,000
Cincinnati
296,000
210,000
-86,000
Rochester
Pop 1920
Pop 2015
Change
U.S. City
577,000
3,972,000
+3,395,000
Los Angeles
5,620,000
8,550,000
+2,930,000
New York City
138,000
2,296,000
+2,158,000
Houston
29,000
1,563,000
+1,534,000
Phoenix
75,000
1,395,000
+1,320,000
San Diego
161,000
1,470,000
+1,309,000
San Antonio
159,000
1,300,000
+1,141,000
Dallas
40,000
1,027,000
+987,000
San Jose
35,000
932,000
+897,000
Austin
46,000
827,000
+781,000
Charlotte
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Jan 16, 2019
I'd like to see one of these (if it doesn't already exist) that goes by percent change over a time period. Maybe limited to top x cities, or over x population.