قائمة مدن الولايات المتحدة حسب التعداد
|جداول تعداد |
مدن الولايات المتحدة
|Populous cities and metropolitan areas|
فيما يلي قائمة أكبر الأماكن العمرانية سكاناً في الولايات المتحدة. فكما يعرفه مكتب الإحصاء الأمريكي، فإن المكان العمراني incorporated place يضم تشكيلة من التصنيفات، بما فيها مدينة، بلدة، قرية، حي، وبلدية. Consolidated city-counties represent a distinct type of government that includes the entire population of a county, or county equivalent. Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places. This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.
Note that this list refers only to the population of individual municipalities within their defined limits, which does not include other municipalities or unincorporated suburban areas within urban agglomerations. A different ranking is evident when considering U.S. metropolitan area populations.
التجمعات السكنية المـُشهرة وسكانها يفوقوا 100,000
The following sortable table lists the incorporated places in the United States with a population of more than 100,000 as estimated by the United States Census Bureau on 2006-07-01: Since the Census Bureau typically does not rank the cities of U.S. Territories along with those of the fifty states and the District of Columbia, the cities of پوِرتو ريكو with populations greater than 100,000 are listed separately below.
The following table lists the incorporated municipalities (municipios) of Puerto Rico with a population greater than 100,000 as estimated by the United States Census Bureau on 2006-07-01:, and the rankings they would have if included in the above table.
|43||San Juan||پوِرتو ريكو||426٬618|
- ^ a: Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Augusta, and Athens are consolidated city-counties; the population given is for the entire city excluding other incorporated places lying within the county limits. The consolidated populations of these city-counties including other incorporated places are, respectively: 855,617; 701,500; 578,698; 194,398; and 112,787.
- ^ b: هاوائي has no incorporated municipalities other than the City & County of Honolulu, which actually includes the entire island of Oahu. In accordance with هاوائيan law, the U.S. Census Bureau defines the state's "cities" and "towns" as Census-designated Places (CDPs). The Census defines Honolulu CDP as the portion of the City and County that is coextensive with the Judicial District of Honolulu. Honolulu CDP is what is generally thought of as the "city" of Honolulu, and its population is used here and in other population comparisons
- ^ c: Arlington CDP, Virginia is coextensive with Arlington County. ڤرجينيا law forbids the creation of cities in counties with over 1,000 people per square mile, which Arlington County exceeds. Thus, the entire county is considered by the Census Bureau as one CDP.
- ^ d: St. Louis, Baltimore, and the cities in ڤرجينيا, excepting Arlington, are all independent cities that are not a part of any particular county.
- ^ e: Some cities may challenge the annual Census estimates. Cities from the above list that have filed successful challenges to date are St. Louis, Baltimore, New York City, Detroit, Milwaukee, West Valley City, Utah, and West Jordan, Utah.
|التعداد||Number of municipal governments|
Cities formerly over 100,000 people
The following table lists U.S. cities that, in past censuses, have had populations of at least 100,000 but have since decreased beneath this threshold or have been consolidated with or annexed into a neighboring city.
The table below contains the following information:
- Name of city
- Name of state
- The city population as of July 1, 2015, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau
- The city's peak population based on highest official enumeration recorded by the Census (and the year of that particular Census)
- The numeric decline in population from its peak Census count to the most recent Census estimate in 2015.
- The percent decline in population from its peak Census count to the most recent Census estimate in 2015.
- Any additional notes of significant importance.
|City||State||2015 estimated population||Peak population (year)||Numeric decline from
|Percent decline from
|Albany||New York||98٬469||134٬995 (1950)||-36,526||-27.06%||▲2.30% from 2000 to 2010|
|Allegheny||Pennsylvania||N/A||129٬896 (1900)||–||–||annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907|
|Brooklyn||New York||N/A||806٬343 (1890)||–||–||consolidated with New York City in 1898|
|Camden||New Jersey||76٬119||124٬555 (1950)||-48,436||-38.89%|
|Dearborn||Michigan||95٬171||112٬007 (1960)||-16,836||-15.03%||▲9.93% from 1990 to 2010|
|Fall River||Massachusetts||88٬777||120٬485 (1920)||-31,708||-26.32%|
|Kenosha||Wisconsin||99٬858||100٬150 (2012 est)*||-292||-0.29%||*Only recorded instance of surpassing 100,000 was July 1, 2012 estimate|
|Lynn||Massachusetts||92٬457||102٬320 (1930)||-9,863||-9.64%||▲15.11% from 1980 to 2010|
|New Bedford||Massachusetts||94٬958||121٬217 (1920)||-26,259||-21.66%||▲1.39% from 2000 to 2010|
|Niagara Falls||New York||48٬916||102٬394 (1960)||-53,478||-52.23%|
|Reading||Pennsylvania||87٬879||111٬171 (1930)||-23,292||-20.95%||▲12.38% from 1990 to 2010|
|Roanoke||Virginia||99٬897||100٬220 (1980)||-323||-0.32%||▲2.23% from 2000 to 2010|
|St. Joseph||Missouri||76٬596||102٬979 (1900)||-26,383||-25.62%||▲6.86% from 1990 to 2010|
|Trenton||New Jersey||84٬225||128٬009 (1950)||-43,784||-34.20%|
|Utica||New York||61٬100||101٬740 (1930)||-40,640||-39.94%||▲2.61% from 2000 to 2010|
- Demographics of the United States
- United States Census Bureau
- List of U.S. states and territories by population
- List of metropolitan areas of the United States
- List of United States cities by population
- List of United States counties and county equivalents
- United States Office of Management and Budget
- The OMB has defined 1098 statistical areas comprising 388 MSAs, 541 μSAs, and 169 CSAs
- United States Census Bureau
- Largest cities in the United States by population by decade
- List of U.S. states' largest cities by population
- List of cities proper by population (most populous cities in the world)
- List of United States cities by area
- List of United States cities by population density
- Lists of populated places in the United States
- Shrinking cities in the United States
- ^ "Table 1: Annual Estimates of the Population for Incorporated Places Over 100,000, Ranked by July 1, 2006 Population: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006" (CSV). 2005 Population Estimates. United States Census Bureau, Population Division. 2007-06-28. Retrieved 2007-06-28. Check date values in:
- ^ "Table 1: Annual Estimates of the Population for Municipios of Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006" (CSV). 2005 Population Estimates. United States Census Bureau, Population Division. 2007-06-28. Retrieved 2008-02-17. Check date values in:
- ^ "Annual Estimates of the Population for Incorporated Places in Kentucky". US Census Bureau. Retrieved 2007-07-05.
- ^ "Annual Estimates of the Population for Incorporated Places in Tennessee". US Census Bureau. Retrieved 2007-07-05.
- ^ أ ب "Annual Estimates of the Population for Incorporated Places in Georgia". US Census Bureau. Retrieved 2007-07-05.
- ^ "2006 Estimates Challenges". US Census Bureau. Retrieved 2007-11-13.
- ^ 2002 Census of Governments; Volume 1, No. 1, Government Organization(PDF) U.S. Census Bureau.
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- ^ The population of all North Side neighborhoods of Pittsburgh (41,120), plus Census Tract 4270 Blocks 2 & 3, which are the sections of Millvale, Pennsylvania that were formally part of Allegheny City. (an additional 2,301), which totals to 43,421. All data from the 2010 Census.
- ^ The population for Brooklyn in the 2010 Census was 2,504,700. However, since Brooklyn is now a borough of the City of New York and thus no longer its own separate city, for the purposes of this chart, its current population will be regarded as negligible.