Five Largest Metro Areas in Each U.S. Census Division

The U.S. Census Bureau divides the country into four regions, which are further divided into nine divisions. Name the five largest metropolitan statistical areas in each division.
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First submittedJanuary 22, 2019
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New England
4,873,019
Boston
1,624,578
Providence
1,204,877
Hartford
947,404
Worcester
943,332
Bridgeport
 
 
Middle Atlantic
19,216,182
New York
6,102,434
Philadelphia
2,317,600
Pittsburgh
1,127,983
Buffalo
1,069,644
Rochester
 
 
South Atlantic
6,280,487
Washington
6,166,488
Miami
6,020,364
Atlanta
3,194,831
Tampa
2,800,053
Baltimore
East South Central
1,934,317
Nashville
1,346,045
Memphis
1,265,108
Louisville
1,090,435
Birmingham
869,046
Knoxville
 
 
West South Central
7,573,136
Dallas
7,066,141
Houston
2,550,960
San Antonio
2,227,083
Austin
1,408,950
Oklahoma City
 
 
East North Central
9,458,539
Chicago
4,319,629
Detroit
2,221,208
Cincinnati
2,122,271
Columbus
2,074,537
Indianapolis
West North Central
3,654,908
Minneapolis
2,803,228
St. Louis
2,157,990
Kansas City
949,442
Omaha
699,292
Des Moines
 
 
Mountain
4,948,203
Phoenix
2,967,239
Denver
2,266,715
Las Vegas
1,232,696
Salt Lake City
1,047,279
Tucson
 
 
Pacific
13,214,799
Los Angeles
4,731,803
San Francisco
4,650,631
Riverside
3,979,845
Seattle
3,338,330
San Diego
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Jan 23, 2019
Nice! Glad my quiz inspired you.
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Level 82
Sep 30, 2020
Updated with the latest numbers. One city (Cleveland) dropped off.
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Level 57
Oct 1, 2020
Please make DC work for washington
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Level 82
Oct 1, 2020
Done.