Biggest 3 Cities By Population By State

How many cities can you name for each state? Tell me if there is a mistake in this quiz, because it was very tedious to make.
Most of the sources are from worldpopulationreview.com
The gray doesn't mean anything, it just helps separate the answers
Population of the city proper
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Last updated: July 30, 2019
First submittedJune 22, 2019
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Population
State and #
City
210,710
Alabama #1
Birmingham
199,518
Alabama #2
Montgomery
194,585
Alabama #3
Huntsville
291,826
Alaska #1
Anchorage
31,535
Alaska #2
Fairbanks
31,275
Alaska #3
Juneau
1,626,078
Arizona #1
Phoenix
535,677
Arizona #2
Tucson
496,401
Arizona #3
Mesa
198,606
Arkansas #1
Little Rock
88,037
Arkansas #2
Fort Smith
85,257
Arkansas #3
Fayetteville
3,976,322
California #1
Los Angeles
1,406,630
California #2
San Diego
1,025,350
California #3
San Jose
732,144
Colorado #1
Denver
493,799
Colorado #2
Colorado Springs
371,922
Colorado #3
Aurora
146,579
Connecticut #1
Bridgeport
131,014
Connecticut #2
New Haven
130,824
Connecticut #3
Stamford
70,998
Delaware #1
Wilmington
38,728
Delaware #2
Dover
33,008
Delaware #3
Newark
920,984
Florida #1
Jacksonville
491,724
Florida #2
Miami
403,178
Florida #3
Tampa
501,178
Georgia #1
Atlanta
190,987
Georgia #2
Columbus
148,779
Georgia #3
Savannah
337,256
Hawaii #1
Honolulu
47,698
Hawaii #2
Pearl City
43,263
Hawaii #3
Hilo
231,773
Idaho #1
Boise
107,989
Idaho #2
Meridian
96,332
Idaho #3
Nampa
2,679,044
Illinois #1
Chicago
202,709
Illinois #2
Aurora
145,338
Illinois #3
Rockford
863,771
Indiana #1
Indianapolis
269,534
Indiana #2
Fort Wayne
117,794
Indiana #3
Evansville
217,446
Iowa #1
Des Moines
132,798
Iowa #2
Cedar Rapids
102,624
Iowa #3
Davenport
392,428
Kansas #1
Wichita
197,711
Kansas #2
Overland Park
153,683
Kansas #3
Kansas City
329,495
Kentucky #1
Louisville
69,269
Kentucky #2
Lexington
59,828
Kentucky #3
Bowling Green
396,766
Louisiana #1
New Orleans
225,900
Louisiana #2
Baton Rouge
188,206
Louisiana #3
Shreveport
67,132
Maine #1
Portland
36,083
Maine #2
Lewiston
31,013
Maine #3
Bangor
594,450
Maryland #1
Baltimore
71,773
Maryland #2
Frederick
69,528
Maryland #3
Gaithersburg
694,784
Massachusetts #1
Boston
184,559
Massachusetts #2
Worcester
153,465
Massachusetts #3
Springfield
662,172
Michigan #1
Detroit
200,498
Michigan #2
Grand Rapids
134,561
Michigan #3
Warren
424,256
Minnesota #1
Minneapolis
311,008
Minnesota #2
St. Paul
119,756
Minnesota #3
Rochester
163,838
Mississippi #1
Jackson
73,228
Mississippi #2
Gulfport
55,197
Mississippi #3
Southaven
501,094
Missouri #1
Kansas City
300,991
Missouri #2
St. Louis
169,080
Missouri #3
Springfield
Population
State and #
City
110,668
Montana #1
Billings
76,771
Montana #2
Missoula
58,068
Montana #3
Great Falls
452,061
Nebraska #1
Omaha
291,623
Nebraska #2
Lincoln
54,582
Nebraska #3
Bellevue
664,304
Nevada #1
Las Vegas
317,248
Nevada #2
Henderson
259,019
Nevada #3
Reno
111,826
New Hampshire #1
Manchester
88,458
New Hampshire #2
Nashua
43,690
New Hampshire #3
Concord
283,756
New Jersey #1
Newark
265,004
New Jersey #2
Jersey City
146,919
New Jersey #3
Paterson
564,764
New Mexico #1
Albuquerque
102,731
New Mexico #2
Las Cruces
102,322
New Mexico #3
Rio Rancho
8,601,186
New York #1
New York
252,555
New York #2
Buffalo
206,318
New York #3
Rochester
889,019
North Carolina #1
Charlotte
485,679
North Carolina #2
Raleigh
292,265
North Carolina #3
Greensboro
127,422
North Dakota #1
Fargo
75,858
North Dakota #2
Bismarck
58,500
North Dakota #3
Grand Forks
890,228
Ohio #1
Columbus
379,800
Ohio #2
Cleveland
299,238
Ohio #3
Cincinnati
661,614
Oklahoma #1
Oklahoma City
403,045
Oklahoma #2
Tulsa
128,168
Oklahoma #3
Norman
667,589
Oregon #1
Portland
177,019
Oregon #2
Salem
175,803
Oregon #3
Eugene
1,576,596
Pennsylvania #1
Philadelphia
302,908
Pennsylvania #2
Pittsburgh
120,890
Pennsylvania #3
Allentown
179,870
Rhode Island #1
Providence
81,288
Rhode Island #2
Warwick
81,094
Rhode Island #3
Cranston
140,178
South Carolina #1
Charleston
135,299
South Carolina #2
Columbia
111,593
South Carolina #3
North Charleston
182,574
South Dakota #1
Sioux Falls
76,007
South Dakota #2
Rapid City
29,516
South Dakota #3
Aberdeen
679,318
Tennessee #1
Nashville
647,506
Tennessee #2
Memphis
189,368
Tennessee #3
Knoxville
2,359,480
Texas #1
Houston
1,565,929
Texas #2
San Antonio
1,379,735
Texas #3
Dallas
200,662
Utah #1
Salt Lake City
138,359
Utah #2
West Valley City
122,103
Utah #3
Provo
41,609
Vermont #1
Burlington
19,472
Vermont #2
South Burlington
15,136
Vermont #3
Rutland
454,846
Virginia #1
Virginia Beach
245,467
Virginia #2
Chesapeake
242,070
Virginia #3
Norfolk
766,893
Washington #1
Seattle
224,652
Washington #2
Spokane
222,128
Washington #3
Tacoma
47,293
West Virginia #1
Charleston
46,811
West Virginia #2
Huntington
29,689
West Virginia #3
Parkersburg
581,949
Wisconsin #1
Milwaukee
264,365
Wisconsin #2
Madison
105,163
Wisconsin #3
Green Bay
65,864
Wyoming #1
Cheyenne
56,387
Wyoming #2
Casper
31,411
Wyoming #3
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Level 65
Jun 23, 2019
Genuine question - why is (KY) Lexington-Fayette included but not Louisville-Jefferson? They have comparable local government structures and whether one counts the core city or the consolidated metro area Louisville should count?
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Level 48
Jul 29, 2019
You're right, I'll update that. I guess I missed it when I was researching this, because it took a long time. Thanks for pointing that out