What is the most populated city in the us after new york city?
Los Angeles, CA
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New York City's population is 8,391,881 (eight million, three hundred and ninety-one thousand, eight hundred and eighty-one) as of the 2009 census estimates. The 2010 cen…sus estimate for New York City is 8,175,133 (eight million, one hundred and seventy-five thousand, one hundred and thirty-three). However, city officials (and residents) are claiming that there has been an undercount, and that New York City's population is actually around 8.4 million. It seems extremely unlikely that New York City has seen a decrease in population. So the 2009 census estimate is perhaps still the best one to quote. 8,6 million
New York City!
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\nApproximately 8.2 million.
Its the stock market capital.
no, its either a city in China or India Yes in the US it is.
Brooklyn has the highest population in numbers, but Manhattan is the most densely populated borough.
New York City is the most populated city in the United States witha population of approximately 8,500,000.
Yes. In fact, New York is the most populous city in the entire United States!
Brooklyn has the largest population (2.5 million residents), but Manhattan is the most densely populated borough (over 71,000 people per square mile).
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New York City is the most populous city in New York State, and also the most populous city in the entire United States.
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California has the largest population which is 33,871,648. The second largest is Texas which has 20,851,820. :)
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The 2011 population of New York City is currently unknown, as 2011 is barely over. The latest population data is the 2010 Census Bureau estimate, which is 8,175,133 (eight m…illion, one hundred and seventy-five thousand, one hundred and thirty-three). However, the city is officially challenging the estimate, claiming that there has been an undercount, and that the actual 2010 population is around 8.4 million. This would explain a lot, as the city's 2000 population was just over 8 million, and the 2009 population was 8,391,881 (eight million, three hundred and ninety-one thousand, eight hundred and eighty-one). Residents and city officials alike are incredulous that New York City has seen a population increase of less than 200,000 (two hundred thousand) people in the last decade, and they are equally incredulous that the city has seen a decrease in population in the last year.
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