What are New York's five largest cities and their populations?
New York City 8,391,881
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New York City followed by Buffalo. Albany is the capital and ranks sixth in population.
Minnesota's five largest cities and their populations are: Minneapolis: 385,542 (Twin Cities metro) St. Paul: 281,262 (Twin Cities metro) Rochester: 107,890 (Southeast MN) Duluth: 84,419 (Northeast MN) Bloomington: 82,960 (Twin Cities metro) Between 2000 and 2010, 4 of the 5 largest cities lost people. The only one to gain people was Rochester, which gained around 23,000 people.
warning this is the populations as of the year 2000! The largest city is Byrlington with a population of 38,647. The second largest city is Essex with a population of 19,629. The third largest city is South Burlington with a population of 17,551 The fourth largest city is Colchester with a population of 17,328. The fifth largest city is Rutland with a population of 16,630.
According to rough estimates, the five largest cities in the world based on population of metropolitan area (people living close to but not inside the official city boundaries) are as follow. Tokyo, Japan (33,500,000) Seoul, South Korea (20,600,000) Mexico City, Mexico (20,500,000) New York City, United States (19,800,000) Mumbai, India (19,300,000)
There is only one city in Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta itself is a city. The population of Atlanta is 540,921, and it is the 33rd largest city in the United States based upon population. Atlanta is not even the largest city in the Southeast. The other cities in the Southeast with greater populations than Atlanta are Jacksonville, Charlotte, Memphis, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Nashville, and Louisville.