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...Mexico;https://www.thebeaverton.com/2017/12/palestinians-recognize-texas-part-mexico/



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Uke wrote:

...Mexico;https://www.thebeaverton.com/2017/12/palestinians-recognize-texas-part-mexico/


 Si ! Eh ?

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Heard on the morning news from NPR. Houston. America's second largest city, after LA...

https://www.npr.org/2017/12/10/569716760/immigrants-in-post-harvey-houston

Does our bud Briz know about all the newcomers? And what does he think?

 



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Uh, try fourth largest city.

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Snippy wrote:

Uh, try fourth largest city.


 Uke thanks his pal Snippy for that prompt update, and correction! Muchos gracias amigo!

But the unanswered query stands: What does Briz think?



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Uke wrote:

Heard on the morning news from NPR. Houston. America's second largest city, after LA...

 


 Funny cause not only is NYC bigger than L.A, but it's twice as big.  I also can't figure out how San Antonio is #7, I've been there, doesn't seem that big at all.

 

I also heard that Washington D.C was third largest city if you count the size of the urban area.  I figured NYC was easily number one, but I could never figure what was 2nd.  Either Chicago or San Francisco 



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41 and feeling like a copy and paste lazy:

 

#1 New York City, NY

Population: 8,550,405

Nickname: The Big Apple and The City that Never Sleeps

Why You Should Move: Fast-paced and energetic, New York City is home to many of the worlds most iconic neighborhoods, best restaurants, well-known museums and diverse neighborhoods. New York City is also one of  the largest cultural and financial hubs in the world.

Population Notes: According to the World Population Review, the population of New York City is expected to reach 9 million by 2040. 

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in New York City, NY is a pricey $849,000.

#2 Los Angeles, CA

Population: 3,971,883

Nickname: City of Angels, La La Land, The Big Orange and Tinseltown. 

Why You Should Move: Home to celebrities, artists and free spirits, Los Angeles never stops attracting people from every corner of the globe. This cosmopolitan city offers a hub for the entertainment industry, as well as a close proximity to beaches, forests and hiking trails.

Population Notes:  Its important to note that the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area actually has a population of 12.8 million, making it the second largest metropolitan area in the country after the New York City metropolitan area  as reported by the World Population Review.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Los Angeles, CA is $775,000.

#3 Chicago, IL

Population: 2,720,546

Nickname: The Windy City

Why You Should Move: Located on Lake Michigan, Chicagos phenomenal restaurant scene, world-renowned museums, relatively low housing costs and Midwestern charm make this city a great place to call home. The city is also famous for its iconic architecture and beautiful skyline.

Population Notes: Chicago is far and away the largest city in the State of Illinois. According to the World Population Review, Chicagos population has gradually fallen  however the population in its metro area has grown, showing a move towards suburban life. 

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Chicago is a fairly affordable $245,000.

#4 Houston, TX

Population: 2,296,224

Nickname: Space City, Bayou City, H Town and The Big Heart. 

Why You Should Move: Houstons stable job market, diverse economy and affordable neighborhoods, make this Texas city a popular choice for young professionals and families. In years past, the city was ranked number one by Forbes for paycheck worth, and was included in Forbes list of Best Places for Business and Careers.

Population Notes: According to World Population Review, Houston makes up the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugarland metropolitan area, which is the 5th largest in the United States.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Houston is $282,000.

#5 Philadelphia, PA

Population: 1,567,442

Nickname: The City of Brotherly Love

Why You Should Move: In addition to being one of the most historically significant cities in the country, Philadelphia offers a hip arts scene, multiple music venues and plenty of trendy restaurants. The city is also a major job hub in Pennsylvania, with several large companies located in the area, including Comcast, CIGNA, Aramark and more.

Population Notes: World Population Review reports that this estimated population of Philadelphia shows a remarkable increase since the 2010 census. The city has been growing rapidly, and is now the second-fastest growing county in the region.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Philadelphia is $165,000.

SEE ALSO: 10 Pieces of Advice for Settling in a New City in 2017

#6 Phoenix, AZ

Population: 1,563,025

Why You Should Move: Surrounded by desert mountains and numerous hiking trails, Phoenix is a great place to live for those who love sunshine and the great outdoors. The city also boasts year-round sunny weather, first-class golf courses, and a low cost of living.

Nickname:  The Valley of the Sun and The Salt River Valley

Population notes: World Population Review reports that the Phoenix metropolitan area is now believed to be the 12th largest metropolitan area in the U.S.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Phoenix is $285,000.

#7 San Antonio, TX

Population: 1,469,845

Nickname: Alamo City

Why You Should Move: Looking to move out west? San Antonio, home of the famous Alamo, is rich in history and the wild west culture. The city offers a thriving job market, delicious Tex-Mex, a family-friendly environment, and a slew of festivals and community gatherings.

Population Notes: In 2012, San Antonio added over 25,000 new residents to its city, causing a big bump in population according to World Population Review.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in San Antonio is $235,000.

#8 San Diego, CA

Population: 1,394,928

Nickname: Americas Finest City

Why You Should Move: Quickly becoming one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., San Diego is a popular city for beach enthusiasts, foodies and young professionals. The sunny city offers a slew of outdoor recreational activities and an energetic sports culture.

Population Notes: According to World Population Review, San Diego is part of the San Diego-Tijuana international metropolitan area, with 4.9 million people.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in San Diego is $649,000.

#9 Dallas, TX

Population: 1,300,092

Nickname: The Big D

Why You Should Move: Rated as a beta plus world city, Dallas is a leader in entrepreneurship, innovation and tech. The city offers a diverse population, a booming economy and a thriving job market. 

Population Notes: The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area is the seventh-largest metro area in the country, according to World Population Review.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in Dallas is $385,000.

#10 San Jose, CA

Population: 1,026,908

Nickname: The Capital of Silicon Valley

Why You Should Move: Recently listed as one of the top 10 most liveable cities in America by SmartAsset, this sunny and sprawling California city offers a solid job market and excellent schools.

Population Notes: San Jose is the largest city in Northern California, just passing the one million mark in 2014, according to World Population Review.

Median Home Price: The median listing price for a home in San Jose is a pricey $750,000.

These other U.S. cities fall close behind in popularity. Heres the rest of the top 50 most populous cities in the U.S.

#11 Austin, TX  931,830

#12 Jacksonville, FL  868,031

#13 San Francisco, CA  864,816

#14 Indianapolis, IN  853,173

#15 Columbus, OH  850,106

#16 Fort Worth, TX  833,319

#17 Charlotte, NC  827,097

#18 Seattle, WA  684,451

#19 Denver, CO  682,545

#20 El Paso, TX  681,124

#21 Detroit, MI  677,116

#22 Washington, DC  672,228

#23 Boston, MA  667,137

#24 Memphis, TN  655,770

#25 Nashville, TN  654,610

#26 Portland, OR  632,309

#27 Oklahoma City, OK  631,346

#28 Las Vegas, NV  623,747

#29 Baltimore, MD  621,849

#30 Louisville, KY  615,366

#31 Milwaukee, WI  600,155

#32 Albuquerque, NM  559,121

#33 Tucson, AZ  531,641

#34 Fresno, CA  520,052

#35 Sacramento, CA  490,712

#36 Kansas City, KS  475,378

#37 Long Beach, CA 474,140

#38 Mesa, AZ 471,825

#39 Atlanta, GA  463,878

#40 Colorado Springs, CO  456,568

#41 Virginia Beach, VA  452,745

#42 Raleigh, NC  451,066

#43 Omaha, NE  443,885

#44 Miami, FL  441,003

#45 Oakland, CA  419,267

#46 Minneapolis, MN  410,939

#47 Tulsa, OK  403,505

#48 Wichita, KS 389,965

#49 New Orleans, LA  389,617

#50 Arlington, TX 388,125



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Meanwhile, here's your metro area populations:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Metropolitan_Statistical_Areas#United_States



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