Contents 1 State rankings 2 Reapportionment 3 City rankings 3.1 Top five 3.2 Top 100 4 References 5 External links


State rankings[edit] Rank State Population as of 1980 Census Population as of 1990 Census Change Percent change 1  California 23,669,000 29,760,021 6,092,257 25.7% 2  New York 17,557,000 17,990,455 433,000 2.5% 3  Texas 14,228,000 16,986,510 2,758,510 19.4% 4  Florida 9,739,000 12,937,926 3,198,926 32.8% 5  Pennsylvania 11,867,000 11,881,643 14,643 0.12% 6  Illinois 11,419,000 11,430,602 11,602 0.1% 7  Ohio 10,797,000 10,847,115 50,115 0.4% 8  Michigan 9,259,000 9,295,297 36,297 0.39% 9  New Jersey 7,364,000 7,730,188 366,188 4.97% 10  North Carolina 5,874,000 6,628,637 754,637 12.8% 11  Georgia 5,464,000 6,478,216 1,014,216 18.5% 12  Virginia 5,346,000 6,187,358 841,358 15.7% 13  Massachusetts 5,737,000 6,016,425 279,425 4.87% 14  Indiana 5,491,000 5,544,159 53,159 0.96% 15  Missouri 4,917,000 5,117,073 200,073 4.0% 16  Wisconsin 4,706,000 4,891,769 185,769 3.9% 17  Tennessee 4,591,000 4,877,185 286,185 6.2% 18  Washington 4,130,000 4,866,692 736,692 17.8% 19  Maryland 4,216,000 4,781,468 565,468 13.4% 20  Minnesota 4,077,000 4,375,099 298,099 7.3% 21  Louisiana 4,203,000 4,219,973 16,973 0.4% 22  Alabama 3,891,000 4,040,587 149,587 3.8% 23  Kentucky 3,661,000 3,685,296 24,296 0.66% 24  Arizona 2,718,000 3,665,228 947,228 34.8% 25  South Carolina 3,119,000 3,486,703 367,703 11.7% 26  Colorado 2,890,000 3,294,394 404,394 14.0% 27  Connecticut 3,107,000 3,287,116 180,116 5.8% 28  Oklahoma 3,026,000 3,145,585 119,585 3.9% 29  Oregon 2,632,000 2,842,321 210,321 8.0% 30  Iowa 2,914,000 2,776,755 -137,245 -4.7% 31  Mississippi 2,520,000 2,573,216 53,216 2.1% 32  Kansas 2,363,000 2,477,574 114,574 4.8% 33  Arkansas 2,285,000 2,350,725 65,725 2.9% 34  West Virginia 1,950,000 1,793,477 -156,523 -8.0% 35  Utah 1,461,000 1,722,850 261,850 17.9% 36  Nebraska 1,570,000 1,578,385 8,385 0.53% 37  New Mexico 1,299,000 1,515,069 216,069 16.6% 38  Maine 1,125,000 1,227,928 102,928 9.1% 39  Nevada 799,000 1,201,833 402,833 50.4% 40  New Hampshire 921,000 1,109,252 88,252 20.4% 41  Hawaii 985,000 1,108,229 123,229 12.5% 42  Idaho 945,000 1,006,749 61,749 6.5% 43  Rhode Island 948,000 1,003,464 55,464 5.85% 44  Montana 787,000 799,065 12,065 1.5% 45  South Dakota 690,000 696,004 6,004 0.87% 46  Delaware 596,000 666,168 70,168 11.7% 47   North Dakota 654,000 638,800 -15,200 -2.3% —  District of Columbia 638,000 606,900 -31,100 -4.9% 48  Vermont 512,000 562,758 50,758 9.9% 49  Alaska 400,000 550,043 150,043 37.5% 50  Wyoming 471,000 453,588 -17,412 -3.7%    United States 226,545,805 248,709,873 22,164,068 9.8%


Reapportionment[edit] The results of the 1990 census determined the number of seats that each state receives in the United States House of Representatives starting with the 1992 elections. Consequently, this affected the number of votes each state has in the Electoral College for the 1992 presidential election. Because of population changes, twenty-one states had changes in their number of seats. Eight states gained at least one seat, and thirteen states lost at least one seat. The final result involved 19 seats being switched.[4] Gained seven seats Gained four seats Gained three seats Gained one seat Lost one seat Lost two seats Lost three seats California Florida Texas Arizona Georgia North Carolina Virginia Washington Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Massachusetts Montana New Jersey West Virginia Illinois Michigan Ohio Pennsylvania New York


City rankings[edit] Top five[edit] Rank City Population as of 1980 Census Population as of 1990 Census Change Percent change 1  New York, NY 7,071,639 7,322,564 250,925 3.5% 2  Los Angeles, CA 2,966,850 3,485,398 518,548 17.5% 3  Chicago, IL 3,005,072 2,783,726 -221,346 -7.4% 4  Houston, TX 1,595,138 1,630,553 35,415 2.2% 5  Philadelphia, PA 1,688,210 1,585,577 -102,633 -6.1% Top 100[edit] Rank City State Population[5] Region (2016)[6] 01 New York New York 7,322,564 Northeast 02 Los Angeles California 3,485,398 West 03 Chicago Illinois 2,783,726 Midwest 04 Houston Texas 1,630,553 South 05 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1,585,577 Northeast 06 San Diego California 1,110,549 West 07 Detroit Michigan 1,027,974 Midwest 08 Dallas Texas 1,006,877 South 09 Phoenix Arizona 983,403 West 10 San Antonio Texas 935,933 South 11 San Jose California 782,248 West 12 Baltimore Maryland 736,014 South 13 Indianapolis Indiana 731,327 Midwest 14 San Francisco California 723,959 West 15 Jacksonville Florida 635,230 South 16 Columbus Ohio 632,910 Midwest 17 Milwaukee Wisconsin 628,088 Midwest 18 Memphis Tennessee 610,337 South 19 Washington District of Columbia 606,900 South 20 Boston Massachusetts 574,283 Northeast 21 Seattle Washington 516,259 West 22 El Paso Texas 515,342 South 23 Cleveland Ohio 505,616 Midwest 24 New Orleans Louisiana 496,938 South 25 Nashville-Davidson Tennessee 488,374 South 26 Denver Colorado 467,610 West 27 Austin Texas 465,622 South 28 Fort Worth Texas 447,619 South 29 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 444,719 South 30 Portland Oregon 437,319 West 31 Kansas City Missouri 435,146 Midwest 32 Long Beach California 429,433 West 33 Tucson Arizona 405,390 West 34 St. Louis Missouri 396,685 Midwest 35 Charlotte North Carolina 395,934 South 36 Atlanta Georgia 394,017 South 37 Virginia Beach Virginia 393,069 South 38 Albuquerque New Mexico 384,736 West 39 Oakland California 372,242 West 40 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 369,879 Northeast 41 Sacramento California 369,365 West 42 Minneapolis Minnesota 368,383 Midwest 43 Tulsa Oklahoma 367,302 South 44 Honolulu Hawaii 365,272 West 45 Cincinnati Ohio 364,040 Midwest 46 Miami Florida 358,548 South 47 Fresno California 354,202 West 48 Omaha Nebraska 335,795 Midwest 49 Toledo Ohio 332,943 Midwest 50 Buffalo New York 328,123 Northeast 51 Wichita Kansas 304,011 Midwest 52 Santa Ana California 293,742 West 53 Mesa Arizona 288,091 West 54 Colorado Springs Colorado 281,140 West 55 Tampa Florida 280,015 South 56 Newark New Jersey 275,221 Northeast 57 Saint Paul Minnesota 272,235 Midwest 58 Louisville Kentucky 269,063 South 59 Anaheim California 266,406 West 60 Birmingham Alabama 265,968 South 61 Arlington Texas 261,721 South 62 Norfolk Virginia 261,229 South 63 Las Vegas Nevada 258,295 West 64 Corpus Christi Texas 257,453 South 65 St. Petersburg Florida 238,629 South 66 Rochester New York 231,636 Northeast 67 Jersey City New Jersey 228,537 Northeast 68 Riverside California 226,505 West 69 Anchorage Alaska 226,338 West 70 Lexington-Fayette Kentucky 225,366 South 71 Akron Ohio 223,019 Midwest 72 Aurora Colorado 222,103 West 73 Baton Rouge Louisiana 219,531 South 74 Stockton California 210,943 West 75 Raleigh North Carolina 207,951 South 76 Richmond Virginia 203,056 South 77 Shreveport Louisiana 198,525 South 78 Jackson Mississippi 196,637 South 79 Mobile Alabama 196,278 South 80 Des Moines Iowa 193,187 Midwest 81 Lincoln Nebraska 191,972 Midwest 82 Madison Wisconsin 191,262 Midwest 83 Grand Rapids Michigan 189,126 Midwest 84 Yonkers New York 188,082 Northeast 85 Hialeah Florida 188,004 South 86 Montgomery Alabama 187,106 South 87 Lubbock Texas 186,206 South 88 Greensboro North Carolina 183,521 South 89 Dayton Ohio 182,044 Midwest 90 Huntington Beach California 181,519 West 91 Garland Texas 180,650 South 92 Glendale California 180,038 West 93 Columbus Georgia 178,681 South 94 Spokane Washington 177,196 West 95 Tacoma Washington 176,664 West 96 Little Rock Arkansas 175,795 South 97 Bakersfield California 174,820 West 98 Fremont California 173,339 West 99 Fort Wayne Indiana 173,072 Midwest 100 Arlington Virginia 170,936 South


References[edit] ^ "Population and Area (Historical Censuses)" (PDF). United States Census Bureau. Archived (PDF) from the original on June 24, 2008. Retrieved June 20, 2008.  ^ Brown, Frank Dexter (February 1990). "The 1990 Census: Will Blacks Be Counted Out?". Black Enterprise. Earl G. Graves, Ltd. 20 (7): 195. ISSN 0006-4165. Retrieved July 29, 2011.  ^ PIO, US Census Bureau, Census History Staff,. "The "72-Year Rule" – History – U.S. Census Bureau". www.census.gov. Retrieved 2015-10-26.  ^ "1990 Apportionment Results". US Census Bureau. Retrieved October 26, 2016.  ^ Population of the 100 Largest Cities and Other Urban Places in the United States: 1790 to 1990, U.S. Census Bureau, 1998  ^ "Regions and Divisions". U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved September 9, 2016. 


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