U.S. Cities with Smallest % of Metro Population

List the U.S. cities with the lowest population as a percentage of their metro area population.
Includes all cities with metro areas greater than 1 million or city proper population over 500k.
Based on 2019 Census Estimates
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Last updated: December 11, 2020
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City Proper
Metro Area
%
Answer
331,360
4,650,631
7.1%
Riverside
467,963
6,166,488
7.6%
Miami
506,811
6,020,364
8.4%
Atlanta
122,105
1,204,877
10.1%
Hartford
300,576
2,803,228
10.7%
St. Louis
287,442
2,608,147
11.0%
Orlando
179,883
1,624,578
11.1%
Providence
705,749
6,280,487
11.2%
Washington, D.C.
429,606
3,654,908
11.8%
Minneapolis
399,700
3,194,831
12.5%
Tampa
City Proper
Metro Area
%
Answer
300,286
2,317,600
13.0%
Pittsburgh
303,940
2,221,208
13.7%
Cincinnati
692,600
4,873,019
14.2%
Boston
670,031
4,319,629
15.5%
Detroit
200,567
1,232,696
16.3%
Salt Lake City
1,343,573
7,573,136
17.7%
Dallas
230,436
1,291,900
17.8%
Richmond
381,009
2,048,449
18.6%
Cleveland
881,549
4,731,803
18.6%
San Francisco
753,675
3,979,845
18.9%
Seattle
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