Jewish population by urban areas

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This article provide partial lists of the Jewish population in some metropolitan area worldwide, Jewish population outside Israel per cities in percentages, and Jewish population including Israel by number. Many cities with a large Jewish population, including Paris, London, Moscow, Buenos Aires and Marseille, are missing from the list due to a lack of census figures or other sources of verifiable information.

Major Jewish populations centers worldwide[edit]

Jewish population by city in percentage (outside Israel)[edit]

Rank City Country Percent Number
1 Kiryas Joel, New York[1]  United States 99 22,000
2 Beachwood, Ohio[2]  United States 90.2 10,700
3 Hampstead, Quebec[3]  Canada 74.2 5,170
4 Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec[4]  Canada 69.1 20,146
5 Lakewood, New Jersey[5]  United States 59 35,607
6 Caulfield, Victoria[6]  Australia 45.6 2,351
7 Caulfield North, Victoria[7]  Australia 44.8 6,522
8 Caulfield South, Victoria[8]  Australia 38.6 4,349
9 Bexley, Ohio[9]  United States 30.0 4,000
10 Rose Bay, New South Wales[10]  Australia 29.7 2,796
11 St Kilda East, Victoria[11]  Australia 27.9 3,511
12 Vaucluse, New South Wales[12]  Australia 25.5 2,309
13 Sarcelles[13]  France 25 15,000
14 Créteil[14]  France 24.4 22,000
15 Westmount, Quebec[15]  Canada 23.2 4,495
16 Bellevue Hill, New South Wales[16]  Australia 23.0 2,481
17 Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec[17]  Canada 21.1 10,115
18 Elsternwick, Victoria[18]  Australia 18.3 1,785
19 Vaughan, Ontario[19]  Canada 18.2 33,090
20 Bondi, New South Wales[20]  Australia 15.3 1,468
21 Montreal West, Quebec[21]  Canada 13.8 710
22 New York City, New York[22]  United States 13 1,086,000
23 Mount Royal, Quebec[23]  Canada 12.0 2,205
24 Miami[24]  United States 9.86 535,000[not in citation given]
25 Philadelphia[24]  United States 4.89 276,000[not in citation given]
26 Toronto, Ontario[25]  Canada 4.21 103,500


Jewish population by metropolitan areas[edit]

The following table is dominated by American cities. Censuses in many countries do not record religious or ethnic background, leading to a lack of sources on the exact numbers of the Jewish population in several countries.

Rank City Country Number
1 Tel Aviv[26]  Israel 3,214,800
2 New York City[27]  United States 2,028,200[28]
3 Haifa[26]  Israel 708,000
4 Jerusalem[26]  Israel 687,000
5 Los Angeles  United States 662,450[29]
6 Southern Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano)[30][31][32]  United States 535,000
7 Beersheba  Israel 381,900[33]
8 Philadelphia  United States 285,950[34]
9 Paris  France 283,000[33]
10 Baltimore/Washington, D.C.  United States 276,445[35]
11 Chicago  United States 265,400[36]
12 Boston  United States 261,100[37]
13 San Francisco Bay Area (San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose)[38]  United States 228,000
14 Greater Toronto Area[39]  Canada 200,000
15 London  United Kingdom 171,960[40]
16 Buenos Aires  Argentina 160,000[40]
17 Atlanta[41][42]  United States 120,000
18 Moscow  Russia 100,000[43]
19 San Diego[44]  United States 89,000
20 Montreal[45]  Canada 88,765
21 Cleveland-Akron-Canton[46][47][48][49]  United States 86,600
22 Denver-Boulder[50]  United States 83,900
23 Phoenix[51]  United States 82,900
24 Las Vegas[52]  United States 80,000
25 Budapest[53]  Hungary 80,000
26 Detroit[24]  United States 78,000[not in citation given]
27 São Paulo[54]  Brazil 75,000
28 Marseille  France 70,000[55]
29 Seattle[56]  United States 63,400
30 Dallas-Fort Worth[57]  United States 57,800
31 St. Louis, Missouri[58]  United States 54,500
32 Johannesburg[59]  South Africa 50,000
33 Houston[60]  United States 48,400
34 Portland, Oregon[24]  United States 45,000[not in citation given]
35 Melbourne[61]  Australia 44,539
36 Pittsburgh[62]  United States 42,200
37 Minneapolis-Saint Paul[63]  United States 40,240
38 Saint Petersburg  Russia 40,000[43]
39 Rio de Janeiro[64]  Brazil 40,000
40 Sydney[65]  Australia 38,003
41 Hartford, Connecticut[66]  United States 34,500
42 New Haven, Connecticut[67]  United States 29,700
43 Cincinnati[68]  United States 27,000
44 Vancouver[69]  Canada 26,255
45 Manchester  United Kingdom 25,013[40]
46 Berlin[70]  Germany 25,000
47 Tampa Bay Area (Tampa-Saint Petersburg, Florida)[71]  United States 25,000
48 Milwaukee[72]  United States 24,200
49 Tucson[73][74]  United States 22,900
50 Rochester, New York[27]  United States 22,500
51 Columbus, Ohio[75]  United States 22,000
52 Montevideo[76]  Uruguay 20,000
53 Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas[77]  United States 19,000
54 Orlando, Florida[78]  United States 19,000
55 Kiev  Ukraine 17,900[79]
56 Austin, Texas[80]  United States 16,300
57 Strasbourg[81]  France 16,000
58 Porto Alegre[82]  Brazil 15,000
59 Jacksonville, Florida[83]  United States 15,000
60 Antwerp[27]  Belgium 15,000
61 Providence, Rhode Island[84]  United States 14,200
62 Buffalo, New York[85]  United States 13,000
63 Winnipeg[86]  Canada 12,760
64 San Antonio[87]  United States 12,740
65 Richmond, Virginia[88]  United States 12,500
66 Albany, New York[89]  United States 12,500
67 New Orleans[90]  United States 12,000
68 Ottawa-Gatineau[91]  Canada 11,325
69 Munich[92]  Germany 11,000
70 Frankfurt[93]  Germany 10,500
71 Indianapolis[94]  United States 10,000
72 Calgary[95]  Canada 8,100
73 Córdoba, Argentina  Argentina 9,000[40]
74 Rosario, Santa Fe  Argentina 8,000[40]
75 Leeds[96]  United Kingdom 8,000
76 Nashville, Tennessee[97]  United States 8,000
77 Vienna[98]  Austria 7,000
78 Edmonton[99]  Canada 6,000
79 Zurich[100]   Switzerland 6,000
80 Perth[101]  Australia 5,610
81 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 5,000[102]
82 Madison, Wisconsin  United States 5,000[103]
83 Santa Fe, Argentina  Argentina 5,000[40]
84 Dayton, Ohio[104]  United States 4,000
85 Toledo, Ohio[104]  United States 3,900
86 Glasgow[105]  United Kingdom 3,500
87 Youngstown, Ohio[106]  United States 3,200
88 Greensboro, North Carolina  United States 3,000[107]
89 Brisbane[108]  Australia 2,220
90 Curitiba[109]  Brazil 1,774
91 Belo Horizonte[109]  Brazil 1,714
92 Recife[110]  Brazil 1,300
93 Helsinki[111]  Finland 1,200
94 Montgomery, Alabama[112]  United States 1,200
95 Brasília[113]  Brazil 1,103
96 Asunción[114]  Paraguay 1,000
97 Belém[109]  Brazil 900

This article provide partial lists of the Jewish population in some metropolitan area worldwide, Jewish population outside Israel per cities in percentages, and Jewish population including Israel by number. Many cities with a large Jewish population, including Paris, London, Moscow, Buenos Aires and Marseille, are missing from the list due to a lack of census figures or other sources of verifiable information.

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