Population of United States Cities Part 2

Type in the most populous US cities 101-200
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Population
Rank
Answer
210,532
101
Rochester, New York
210,309
102
Richmond, Virginia
209,525
103
Spokane, Washington
206,688
104
Des Moines, Iowa
205,293
105
Montgomery, Alabama
203,547
106
Modesto, California
202,103
107
Fayetteville, North Carolina
202,010
108
Tacoma, Washington
201,867
109
Shreveport, Louisiana
201,812
110
Fontana, California
201,555
111
Oxnard, California
199,932
112
Aurora, Illinois
199,552
113
Moreno Valley, California
198,549
114
Akron, Ohio
198,449
115
Yonkers, New York
198,413
116
Columbus, Georgia
197,872
117
Augusta, Georgia
196,537
118
Little Rock, Arkansas
195,250
119
Amarillo, Texas
194,822
120
Mobile, Alabama
194,708
121
Huntington Beach, California
194,478
122
Glendale, California
190,411
123
Grand Rapids, Michigan
189,314
124
Salt Lake City, Utah
186,971
125
Tallahassee, Florida
183,739
126
Huntsville, Alabama
182,669
127
Worcester, Massachusetts
182,200
128
Knoxville, Tennessee
181,824
129
Grand Prairie, Texas
180,726
130
Newport News, Virginia
180,097
131
Brownsville, Texas
179,013
132
Santa Clarita, California
178,919
133
Overland Park, Kansas
178,432
134
Providence, Rhode Island
175,437
135
Jackson, Mississippi
174,389
136
Garden Grove, California
171,293
137
Oceanside, California
171,279
138
Chattanooga, Tennessee
170,747
139
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
170,746
140
Rancho Cucamonga, California
170,685
141
Santa Rosa, California
168,716
142
Port St. Lucie, Florida
167,211
143
Ontario, California
166,842
144
Tempe, Arizona
165,489
145
Vancouver, Washington
162,191
146
Springfield, Missouri
161,248
147
Cape Coral, Florida
160,306
148
Pembroke Pines, Florida
159,908
149
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
159,789
150
Peoria, Arizona
Population
Rank
Answer
159,055
151
Lancaster, California
159,038
152
Elk Grove, California
158,391
153
Corona, California
157,986
154
Eugene, Oregon
157,429
155
Salem, Oregon
155,650
156
Palmdale, California
154,484
157
Salinas, California
153,552
158
Springfield, Massachusetts
152,272
159
Pasadena, Texas
150,843
160
Rockford, Illinois
150,812
161
Pomona, California
149,392
162
Hayward, California
148,612
163
Fort Collins, Colorado
148,268
164
Joliet, Illinois
147,575
165
Escondido, California
147,268
166
Kansas City, Kansas
147,027
167
Torrance, California
146,425
168
Bridgeport, Connecticut
146,294
169
Alexandria, Virginia
146,197
170
Sunnyvale, California
145,693
171
Cary, North Carolina
145,516
172
Lakewood, Colorado
145,236
173
Hollywood, Florida
145,219
174
Paterson, New Jersey
144,170
175
Syracuse, New York
143,684
176
Naperville, Illinois
143,223
177
McKinney, Texas
143,195
178
Mesquite, Texas
142,519
179
Clarksville, Tennessee
142,022
180
Savannah, Georgia
141,359
181
Dayton, Ohio
139,419
182
Orange, California
138,574
183
Fullerton, California
138,547
184
Pasadena, California
136,836
185
Hampton, Virginia
134,719
186
McAllen, Texas
134,654
187
Killeen, Texas
134,141
188
Warren, Michigan
132,434
189
West Valley City, Utah
131,686
190
Columbia, South Carolina
130,741
191
New Haven, Connecticut
130,410
192
Sterling Heights, Michigan
130,045
193
Olathe, Kansas
128,729
194
Miramar, Florida
128,412
195
Thousand Oaks, California
128,176
196
Frisco, Texas
128,119
197
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
127,939
198
Topeka, Kansas
127,081
199
Visalia, California
127,018
200
Waco, Texas
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