US Cities by Metro Area to City Proper Population Ratio

Name the US cities with the highest and lowest ratios of metro area to city proper populations.
Only cities with a metro area population of at least 1m or a city proper population of at least 500k are included.
Using 2018 census estimates from Wikipedia
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Last updated: October 21, 2019
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Highest Ratio
Metro Area
City Proper
Ratio
Answer
4.62m
330k
14.0
Riverside/San Bernardino
6.20m
471k
13.2
Miami
5.95m
498k
12.0
Atlanta
1.21m
123k
9.8
Hartford
2.81m
303k
9.3
St. Louis
1.62m
179k
9.0
Providence
2.57m
286k
9.0
Orlando
6.25m
702k
8.9
Washington, D.C.
3.63m
425k
8.5
Minneapolis
3.14m
393k
8.0
Tampa
Lowest Ratio
Metro Area
City Proper
Ratio
Answer
0.85m
683k
1.2
El Paso
0.92m
560k
1.6
Albuquerque
2.52m
1.532m
1.6
San Antonio
1.53m
904k
1.7
Jacksonville
0.97m
530k
1.8
Fresno
1.04m
546k
1.9
Tucson
2.00m
1.030m
1.9
San Jose
1.35m
651k
2.1
Memphis
1.30m
620k
2.1
Louisville
1.40m
649k
2.2
Oklahoma City
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