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All 1M U.S. Cities on the Map

Can you name every city in the United States that has at least 1 million residents?
Urban area population
According to citypopulation.de
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Last updated: April 21, 2021
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First submittedFebruary 18, 2020
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Population
City
22.1 mil
New York City
17.7 mil
Los Angeles
9.75 mil
Chicago
8.55 mil
Washington
7.85 mil
San Francisco
7.75 mil
Boston
7.35 mil
Philadelphia
7.20 mil
Dallas
6.75 mil
Houston
6.40 mil
Miami
5.85 mil
Atlanta
5.75 mil
Detroit
4.70 mil
Phoenix
4.42 mil
Seattle
4.37 mil
Tampa
3.75 mil
Denver
3.45 mil
Orlando
3.35 mil
San Diego
Population
City
3.17 mil
Minneapolis
3.07 mil
Cleveland
2.77 mil
Cincinnati
2.47 mil
Charlotte
2.45 mil
Salt Lake City
2.42 mil
Portland
2.35 mil
Saint Louis
2.27 mil
Las Vegas
2.22 mil
San Antonio
2.07 mil
Sacramento
2.05 mil
Pittsburgh
2.00 mil
Indianapolis
1.99 mil
Kansas City
1.96 mil
Austin
1.76 mil
Columbus
1.69 mil
Hartford
1.66 mil
Raleigh
1.61 mil
Virginia Beach
Population
City
1.55 mil
Milwaukee
1.48 mil
Nashville
1.45 mil
Jacksonville
1.35 mil
Buffalo
1.33 mil
Harrisburg
1.30 mil
McAllen
1.26 mil
Stockton
1.20 mil
Melbourne
1.16 mil
Memphis
1.14 mil
Oklahoma City
1.09 mil
Cape Coral
1.07 mil
Richmond
1.06 mil
Louisville
1.03 mil
El Paso
1.01 mil
New Orleans
1.00 mil
Honolulu
1.00 mil
Tucson
24 Comments
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Level 75
Feb 18, 2020
Nominated
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Level 70
Feb 18, 2020
Good one, nominated! Can you accept DC for Washington?
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Level 71
Feb 18, 2020
Thanks for the support both of you, I will add that as a type in.
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Level 71
Feb 18, 2020
Also in return, I nominated a bunch of your guys quizzes that I liked. :)
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Level 77
Apr 1, 2020
Maybe for metros that have more than one principal city, accept all principal cities as type-ins?
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Level 78
May 19, 2020
Nice quiz! Can you accept cities like Norfolk or Hampton for the Virginia Beach metro area?
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Level 71
May 19, 2020
Yeah sure!
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Level 51
Jul 19, 2020
I was going yo make this!
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Level 78
Mar 29, 2021
cope
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Level 34
Mar 29, 2021
By what reckoning does Metro Harrisburg have 1M people, to say nothing of 1.33M?

List the counties you're including...

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Level 71
Mar 29, 2021
Uhh the source is citypopulation.de where they say that is the population for the Harrisburgh metro area.
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Level 26
Apr 4, 2021
The Harrisburg metro area has 577k people, not 1.3 million
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Level 71
Apr 4, 2021
Well the source, which is citypopulation.de says 1.3 million.
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Level 89
Aug 31, 2021
They lump in a bunch of U.S. Government defined "metropolitan areas" that go strictly by counties, whether the county is 300 square kilometers or 50,000 square kilometers. Whether the county contains thoroughly removed separate urbanized areas or not. The Harrisburg statistic is a "Consolidated Statistical Area" that has more to do with marketing and broadcast areas.

The United States Census Bureau does publish statistics for legitimate urbanized areas, but most people, including forever citypopulation.de get fooled by or are to lazy to research or love to publish bigger numbers.

The legitimate United States Census Bureau population for the Harrisburg Urbanized Area is 444,474.

Stockton, California United States Census Bureau urbanized area: 370,583

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Level 65
Apr 4, 2021
Fun. Only missed Tucson and Cape Coral.
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Level 72
Apr 4, 2021
To echo some earlier comments... I think you should accept "Fort Myers" for Cape Coral and "Space Coast" for Melbourne.
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Level 71
Apr 4, 2021
I will accept the Fort Myers as it is in the Cape Coral metro area, but idk about Space Coast.
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Level 82
Apr 4, 2021
I have no recollection of there even being a Melbourne in Florida... these Texas and Florida cities growing rapidly...
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Level 71
Apr 4, 2021
If you search it on Google Maps it is the second highest thing. It is basically due east of Tampa Bay area.
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Level 55
Apr 15, 2021
Pretty weird that your 1m+ cities got more attention than mine and I submitted it one week before yours. Also those are not metro areas, those are urban areas.
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Level 71
Apr 15, 2021
This was actually submitted long before when it says, because I updated it twice.
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Level 55
Apr 15, 2021
Well no, it says your quiz was submitted on the 18th, while mine on the 11th (both February 2020).
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Level 71
Apr 15, 2021
Hmmm, well idk then, it does like yours does have plenty of takes, maybe when people wanted to search up the name of the quiz, they typed in mine first idk.
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Level 43
Jan 5, 2023
I prefer they do metropolitan areas.

I hate when I look up biggest cities and doesn't have Denver, Salt Lake, or Oklahoma City. Its like bruh, maybe those who have address specifically "denver, colorado", isnt gonna be 1 million, but saying less than 1 mil doesnt feel right to me.

OKC with just Cleveland County is 2 mil. Tusla is 2 hours away and if count it with the places on way, thats 3 mil.

Salt Lake County alone has 1.3 mil, but add Utah County and now 2 mil. When add everything in area like Ogden valley and talking upwards 3 mil.

Denver County with Arapahoe County is well over 1 mil, but when start adding Boulder, Adams and Jefferson, Denver is well over 3mil.