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List of North American cities by population

This article is a list of North American cities by population, ranking cities based on national census estimates for city limits from Canada,[1] the United States of America,[2] and the United Mexican States.[3][4] For nations of Central America and the Caribbean government data from the last official census, or official estimate data from respective governments, are used. The city proper definition is used for listing cities populations.

Table of largest cities in North America

Rank City Image Country Population Census/Est. Year
1 Mexico City Mexico 8,555,500 2014
2 New York USA 8,405,837 2013
3 Los Angeles USA 3,884,307 2013
4 Toronto Canada 2,795,060 2012
5 Chicago USA 2,718,782 2013
6 Houston USA 2,195,914 2013
7 Havana Cuba 2,106,146 2012
8 Ecatepec de Morelos Mexico 1,742,000 2014
9 Montreal Canada 1,717,767 2013
10 Philadelphia USA 1,553,165 2013
11 Phoenix USA 1,513,367 2013
12 Guadalajara Mexico 1,500,800 2014
13 Puebla Mexico 1,498,300 2014
14 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic 1,484,789 2010
15 San Antonio USA 1,409,019 2013
16 Juárez Mexico 1,398,400 2014
17 Tijuana Mexico 1,386,100 2014
18 San Diego USA 1,355,896 2013
19 León Mexico 1,277,700 2014
20 Dallas USA 1,257,676 2013
21 Zapopan Mexico 1,202,900 2014
22 Calgary Canada 1,195,194 2014
23 Monterrey Mexico 1,173,600 2014
24 Nezahualcóyotl Mexico 1,158,100 2013
25 Tegucigalpa Honduras 1,126,534 2010
26 Guatemala City Guatemala 1,110,100 2011
27 San Jose USA 998,537 2013
28 Port au Prince Haiti 942,194 2012
29 Managua Nicaragua 927,087 2010
30 Chihuahua Mexico 887,600 2014
31 Austin USA 885,400 2013
32 Ottawa Canada 883,391 2011
33 Edmonton Canada 877,926 2014[5]
34 Indianapolis USA 843,393 2012
35 Jacksonville USA 842,583 2013
36 San Francisco USA 837,442 2013
37 Naucalpan Mexico 835,200 2014
38 Mérida Mexico 827,000 2014
39 Columbus USA 822,553 2013
40 Charlotte USA 792,862 2013
41 Fort Worth USA 792,727 2013
42 Hermosillo Mexico 778,000 2014
43 Aguascalientes Mexico 766,400 2014
44 Saltillo Mexico 762,200 2014
45 San Luis Potosí Mexico 761,700 2014
46 Culiacán Mexico 743,200 2014
47 Mexicali Mexico 730,800 2014
48 Cancún Mexico 722,800 2014
49 Mississauga Canada 713,443 2011
50 Acapulco Mexico 708,100 2014
51 Guadalupe Mexico 690,600 2014
52 Chimalhuacán Mexico 688,800 2014
53 Detroit USA 688,701 2013
54 Tlalnepantla Mexico 682,200 2014
55 Winnipeg Canada 663,617 2011
56 Seattle USA 652,405 2013
57 Torreón Mexico 651,100 2014
58 Reynosa Mexico 649,800 2014
59 Denver USA 649,495 2013
60 Washington USA 646,449 2013
61 San Pedro Sula Honduras 646,300 2009[6]
62 Santiago de Querétaro Mexico 642,100 2014
63 Vancouver Canada 603,502 2011

See also

References

  1. ^ Statistics Canada, Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census divisions, 2011 census - 100% data, [1]
  2. ^ US Census Data 2010 Census Data
  3. ^ "INEG 2010 Census Tables". Retrieved June 15, 2011. 
  4. ^ http://citypopulation.de/Mexico-Cities.html 2014 CONAPO estimates via Citypopulation.de
  5. ^ http://edmonton.ca/city_government/facts_figures/municipal-census-results.aspx
  6. ^ http://citypopulation.de/Honduras.html
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