List of metropolitan areas of Georgia

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The U.S. Census Bureau lists fourteen metropolitan areas (Metropolitan Statistical Areas) and four trading areas (Combined Statistical Areas) in the U.S. state of Georgia. The tables below include the Census Bureau's most recent population estimate (2013; released March 2014).

"U.S. Census Bureau, Metropolitan Statistical Areas". Retrieved 4 April 2014. 



Atlanta, largest city and metropolitan area
Augusta, second largest metropolitan area
Rank Metropolitan Areas Population 2013 estimates
1 Atlanta 5,522,942
2 Augusta (GA-SC) 580,270
3 Savannah 366,047
4 Columbus (GA-AL) 316,554
5 Macon 231,259
6 Athens 197,905
7 Gainesville 187,745
8 Warner Robins 186,214
9 Albany 155,694
10 Valdosta 142,897
11 Dalton 142,212
12 Brunswick 113,807
13 Rome 95,821
14 Hinesville-Fort Stewart 80,759


Rank Combined Statistical Areas Population 2013 estimates
1 Atlanta-Athens-Clarke County-Sandy Springs (GA-AL) 6,162,195
2 Savannah-Hinesville-Statesboro 518,020
3 Columbus-Auburn(AL)-Opelika(AL)-Valley(AL) 501,649
4 Macon-Warner Robins 417,473

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