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Top 20 Largest Midwestern Cities in the Mid West

Last updated: June 11, 2013
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Rank
State
Population
City
1
Illinois
2,695,598
Chicago
2
Indiana
829,718
Indianapolis
3
Ohio
787,033
Columbus
4
Michigan
717,777
Detroit
5
Wisconsin
594,833
Milwaukee
6
Missouri
459,787
Kansas City
7
Nebraska
432,958
Omaha
8
Ohio
396,815
Cleveland
9
Minnesota
387,753
Minneapolis
10
Kansas
382,368
Wichita
Rank
State
Population
City
11
Missouri
319,294
St. Louis
12
Ohio
296,943
Cincinnati
13
Minnesota
288,448
St. Paul
14
Ohio
287,208
Toledo
15
Nebraska
258,397
Lincoln
16
Indiana
253,691
Fort Wayne
17
Wisconsin
233,209
Madison
18
Iowa
203,433
Des Moines
19
Ohio
199,110
Akron
20
Illinois
197,889
Aurora
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level 75
Jun 25, 2013
I was going to ask how exactly you could define "midwest," but since you include the states for each city that eliminates any ambiguity- so no need to clarify.

This quiz must have only attracted fellow geography nuts. I only missed 4 but that was only good enough to get me in the 50% percentile. If I hadn't given up so soon I might have remembered Toledo and Wichita, I doubt that I would have recalled Fort Wayne or Aurora. Nice quiz.
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level 68
Oct 21, 2014
Trust me, once you've lived around the area, Aurora is impossible to forget
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level 33
Nov 19, 2015
Ha! I lived there for a few years, and my wife grew up there. Impossible to forget, indeed!