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Major metropolitan areas All cities listed have a population of 250,000 or more.

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Cities
Rank City State Population
(2015 census est.)
1 Chicago IL 2,695,598
2 Indianapolis IN 820,445
3 Columbus OH 787,033
4 Detroit MI 713,777
5 Milwaukee WI 594,833
6 Kansas City MO 459,787
7 Omaha NE 408,958
8 Cleveland OH 396,815
9 Minneapolis MN 382,578
10 Wichita KS 382,368
11 St. Louis MO 319,294
12 Cincinnati OH 296,943
14 Toledo OH 287,208
13 St. Paul MN 285,068
15 Lincoln NE 258,379
16 Fort Wayne IN 253,691
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Urban Areas
Rank Urban area State(s) Population
(2010 census)
1 Chicago IL-IN-WI 8,608,208
2 Detroit MI 3,734,090
3 Minneapolis-
St. Paul
MN-WI 2,650,890
4 St. Louis MO-IL 2,150,706
5 Cleveland OH 1,780,673
6 Cincinnati OH-KY-IN 1,624,827
7 Kansas City MO-KS 1,519,417
8 Indianapolis IN 1,487,483
9 Milwaukee WI 1,376,476
10 Columbus OH 1,368,035
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Metro Areas - CSA
Rank Metro area State(s) Population
(2012 census est.)
1 Chicago IL-IN-WI 9,899,902
2 Detroit MI 5,311,449
3 Minneapolis-
St. Paul
MN-WI 3,759,978
4 Cleveland OH 3,497,711
5 St. Louis MO-IL 2,900,605
6 Kansas City MO-KS 2,376,631
7 Columbus OH 2,348,495
8 Indianapolis IN 2,310,360
9 Cincinnati OH-KY-IN 2,188,001
10 Milwaukee WI 2,037,542
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