Top 15 U.S. Metropolitan Areas

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Ordered by population, not area!
Data from 7-1-2011 census.
Most Metros have multiple cities, so multiple answers will be acceptable.
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Last updated: July 7, 2013
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State(s)
Answer
NY,NJ,PA
New York
CA
Los Angeles
IL,IN,WI
Chicago
TX
Dallas
TX
Houston
PA,MD,DE,NJ
Philadelphia
DC,VA,WV,MD
Washington
FL
Miami
State(s)
Answer
GA
Atlanta
MA,NH
Boston
CA
San Francisco
CA
Riverside-San Bernardino
MI
Detroit
AZ
Phoenix
WA
Seattle
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Level 79
Jul 9, 2013
Tried San Bernardino but maybe I spelled it wrong. Also, I usually think of San Bernardino as part of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. I would have guessed San Diego or Fresno first as they are more distinct; or San Jose which is not any more distinct from San Francisco but is a larger population center I think. I even tried Sacramento though I know Sac isn't very big, comparatively speaking.
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Jul 16, 2013
San Jose has a large, seperated metro as well, but smaller population wise. Sacramento's Metro has over 2.17 M, not too far of from Seattle's. San Diego's has 3.14M, just 2 numbers in ranking from Seattle. Fresno's has 942K. Great Thinking Though!