Biggest Cities in Ohio

Can you name the 20 biggest cities in Ohio by city proper population?
Source: 2021 Census Estimates
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Last updated: June 30, 2022
First submittedApril 3, 2012
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Population
City
906,528
Columbus
367,991
Cleveland
308,935
Cincinnati
268,508
Toledo
189,347
Akron
137,571
Dayton
79,982
Parma
Population
City
70,426
Canton
65,430
Lorain
62,947
Hamilton
60,270
Youngstown
58,763
Springfield
57,377
Kettering
52,816
Elyria
Population
City
50,998
Middletown
50,810
Cuyahoga Falls
50,383
Newark
50,104
Lakewood
49,085
Dublin
48,928
Euclid
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Level 78
Jun 25, 2014
Got 9. Should have gotten Youngstown...spaced. Guessed Springfield because I think each state has to have a Springfield. At least it seems that way.
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Level 61
Jul 9, 2014
Funny, I guessed Springfield for the same reason.
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Level 53
Jan 21, 2017
There is a Springfield near Toledo, Ohio.
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Level 52
Jun 29, 2018
It's actually Springfield Township and it incorporates Holland, Ohio, a suburb of Toledo.
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Level 53
Jan 21, 2017
too
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Level 83
Aug 25, 2017
Dad grew up in Youngstown and Boardman.
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Level 87
Jun 15, 2019
Another census round or 2 and Youngstown will be out of the top 20. It had 170,000 or so at one point.
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Level 83
Aug 17, 2019
I doubt that. Are there 11 cities in Ohio growing that much that they're going to surpass it? Most of these places are stagnant.
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Level 87
Oct 30, 2019
Youngstown really is depleting that rapidly. It was almost 50% larger at the 1990 census than the most recent, 2010, 2 censuses apart. Some suburbs are growing, particularly around Columbus.
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Level 51
Jul 9, 2014
Klinger from mash is from toledo
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Level 87
Jun 15, 2019
Go Mud Hens.
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Level 54
Jul 16, 2014
Did you know Ohio is the only state with a city/village that starts with every letter in the alphabet? Here's a fun quiz to see how many you can name:

http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/103225/ohio-cities-a-z

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Level 41
Aug 29, 2014
I feel dumb now, thought Cincinnatti was in Indiana :/
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Level 61
Aug 25, 2017
The "greater Cincinnati airport" is in Northern Kentucky. Maybe that's where you got confused.
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Level 57
Dec 13, 2016
RIP John Glenn.
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Level 61
May 29, 2017
Should have remembered my rule: Always try Springfield.
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Level 72
Apr 21, 2021
Haha...that's exactly what I just did in the last 10 seconds and got it! I have taken to always guessing Springfield on any quiz centered around American cities lol
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Level 33
Aug 11, 2017
I've lived in Ohio all my life and only got 11! I guess that's what happens when you stay in the same 45-mile radius!
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Level 88
Aug 25, 2017
Looks to me as if Ohioans generally try to give West Virginia as wide a berth as possible. At least that's what I can glean by looking at the map... and knowing what I know about West Virginia.
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Level 41
Sep 28, 2018
Southeast Ohio is quite hilly/foothill Appalachians, there are no many cities down there except Marietta and Athens.
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Level 68
Aug 14, 2019
At one time cities like Ironton and Portsmouth were very important manufacturing centers. Unfortunately, they have seen decline because of jobs being moved out of our country. The pig iron industry was what made Ironton many years ago. Now it's practically a ghost town.
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Level 68
Aug 14, 2019
Don't knock WV. I've lived there 20 years, and have met some of the nicest people. I'm originally from Ohio. WV has had some bad leadership, but there are still good people there.
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Level 88
Jun 30, 2022
I grew up near Pittsburgh in western PA. WV was where I went to work on Habitat for Humanity projects with my church, ride ATVs with my high school friends, and, on one memorable Friday night, attend a Wheeling Nailers hockey game (my work buddy scored them along with a hotel room in some kind of giveaway). When we got back from the game, we went to the hotel bar and asked what people did for fun around here. The bartender replied, "they mostly go to Pittsburgh."
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Level 37
Aug 25, 2017
Make a Michigan one or 'Michiganers' will go bananas
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Level 68
Aug 25, 2017
Michiganders!
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Level 85
Jun 2, 2019
And the ladies are Michigeese!
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Level 73
Aug 25, 2017
0/20

Really need to work on my US geography

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Level 87
Jun 7, 2019
Doh, forgot Akron.
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Level 70
Aug 14, 2019
As Europeean, when I do a State City quiz, I can easily find the 4-5 first, and then I randomly write some europeean cities. It almost always works for 1 or 2 :D
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Level 63
Feb 12, 2020
I thought Lebanon would be there, thanks to the guy who hacked Press Your Luck.
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Level 51
Jan 22, 2021
Michigan Cries in Toledo strip
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Level 71
Jun 30, 2022
Anyone know which cities were added / removed in this update?
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Level 63
Jul 1, 2022
Good question. I feel like Newark is new for sure and possibly Euclid and Kettering. Total speculation on my part though.