List of urban areas by Jewish population

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This article provides incomplete lists of various Jewish populations worldwide. Some cities with large Jewish populations may be missing from the list due to a lack of census data or other reliable sources of information.

Major Jewish population centers worldwide[edit]

Jewish population by city as a percentage of total population (list does not include cities in Israel)[edit]

Rank City Country Percent Number
1 Qırmızı Qəsəbə[1]  Azerbaijan 100 3,300
2 Kiryas Joel[2]  United States 99 22,000
3 Deal  United States 91 600[citation needed]
4 Beachwood[3]  United States 90.4 10,700
5 Hampstead[4]  Canada 74.2 5,170
6 Côte-Saint-Luc[5]  Canada 69.1 20,146
7 Lakewood[6]  United States 59 59,607
8 Teaneck[7]  United States 50 18,000
9 Livingston  United States 46 12,600[citation needed]
10 Caulfield North[8]  Australia 41.4 6,319
11 Caulfield South[9]  Australia 33.9 4,008
12 Rose Bay[10]  Australia 27.3 2,744
13 Sarcelles[11]  France 25 15,000
14 Mercer Island[12]  United States 25 5,000
15 St Kilda East[13]  Australia 24.8 3,246
16 Créteil[14]  France 24.4 22,000
17 Vaucluse[15]  Australia 23.2 2,163
18 Westmount[16]  Canada 23.2 4,495
19 Bellevue Hill[17]  Australia 21.4 2,300
20 Dollard-des-Ormeaux[18]  Canada 21.1 10,115
21 Vaughan[19]  Canada 18.2 33,090
22 Elsternwick[20]  Australia 17.8 1,846
23 Montreal West[21]  Canada 13.8 710
24 New York City[22]  United States 18 1,540,000
25 Bondi[23]  Australia 12.7 1,272
26 Mount Royal[24]  Canada 12.0 2,205
27 Miami[25][not in citation given]  United States 9.86 535,000
28 Marseille[26]  France 9 70,000
29 Buenos Aires[27]  Argentina 8.22 244,000
30 Newton Mearns[28]  United Kingdom 5.98 1,431
31 Philadelphia[25][not in citation given]  United States 4.89 276,000
32 Toronto[29]  Canada 4.21 103,500

Jewish population by metropolitan area[edit]

Censuses in many countries do not record religious or ethnic background, leading to a lack of sources on the exact numbers of Jewish population.

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Rank City Country Number
1 Tel Aviv[30]  Israel 3,214,800
2 New York City[31]  United States 2,028,200[32]
3 Haifa[30]  Israel 708,000
4 Jerusalem[30]  Israel 687,000
5 Los Angeles  United States 662,450[33]
6 South Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano)[34][35][36]  United States 535,000
7 San Francisco Bay Area  United States 391,500[37]
8 Beersheba  Israel 381,900[38]
9 Chicago  United States 291,800[39]
10 Philadelphia  United States 285,950[40]
11 Paris  France 283,000[38]
12 Baltimore/Washington, D.C.  United States 276,445[41]
13 Boston  United States 261,100[42]
14 Buenos Aires  Argentina 185,000[43]
15 Greater Toronto Area[44]  Canada 220,000
16 Atlanta[45][46]  United States 218,000
17 London  United Kingdom 172,000[47]
18 Moscow  Russia 100,000[48]
19 Kiev[49]  Ukraine 100,000
20 Montreal[50]  Canada 90,780
21 San Diego  United States 89,000
22 Cleveland-Akron-Canton[51][52][53][54]  United States 86,600
23 Denver-Boulder[55]  United States 83,900
24 Phoenix[56]  United States 82,900
25 Las Vegas Valley[57]  United States 80,000
26 Budapest[58]  Hungary 80,000
27 Metro Detroit[25][not in citation given]  United States 78,000
27 São Paulo[59]  Brazil 75,000
28 Marseille  France 70,000[60]
29 Seattle[61]  United States 63,400
30 Dallas-Fort Worth[62]  United States 57,800
31 St. Louis[63]  United States 54,500
32 Tampa Bay Area (Tampa-Saint Petersburg)[64]  United States 51,100
33 Johannesburg[65]  South Africa 50,000
34 Houston[66]  United States 48,400
35 Portland[67]  United States 47,500
36 Pittsburgh[68]  United States 42,200
37 Melbourne[69]  Australia 41,643
38 Minneapolis-Saint Paul[70]  United States 40,240
39 Saint Petersburg  Russia 40,000[48]
40 Rio de Janeiro[71]  Brazil 40,000
41 Mexico City[72]  Mexico 39,777
42 Sydney[73]  Australia 35,196
43 Hartford[74]  United States 34,500
44 New Haven[75]  United States 29,700
45 Cincinnati[76]  United States 27,000
46 Vancouver[77]  Canada 26,255
47 Milwaukee[78]  United States 25,800
48 Manchester  United Kingdom 25,000[79]
49 Berlin[80]  Germany 25,000
50 Tehran  Iran 25,000[81]
51 Tucson[82][83]  United States 22,900
52 Rochester[31]  United States 22,500
53 Columbus[84]  United States 22,000
54 Montevideo[85]  Uruguay 20,000
55 Amsterdam[86]  Netherlands 20,000
56 Kansas City[87]  United States 19,000
57 Orlando[88]  United States 19,000
59 Istanbul  Turkey 17,000[89][90]
60 Austin[91]  United States 16,300
61 Strasbourg[92]  France 16,000
62 Cape Town[65][93]  South Africa 16,000
63 Porto Alegre[94]  Brazil 15,000
64 Jacksonville[95]  United States 15,000
65 Antwerp[31]  Belgium 15,000
66 Providence[96]  United States 14,200
67 Rome[97]  Italy 13,000
68 Buffalo[98]  United States 13,000
69 Winnipeg[99]  Canada 12,760
70 San Antonio[100]  United States 12,740
71 Richmond[101]  United States 12,500
72 Albany[102]  United States 12,500
73 New Orleans[103]  United States 12,000
73 Caracas[104]  Venezuela 12,000
74 Ottawa-Gatineau[105]  Canada 11,325
75 Munich[106]  Germany 11,000
76 Frankfurt[107]  Germany 10,500
77 Indianapolis[108]  United States 10,000
78 Córdoba  Argentina 9,000[79]
79 Louisville[109]  United States 8,700
80 Calgary[110]  Canada 8,100
81 Milan[97]  Italy 8,000
82 Rosario  Argentina 8,000[79]
83 Leeds[111]  United Kingdom 8,000
84 Nashville[112]  United States 8,000
85 Vienna[113]  Austria 7,000
86 Edmonton[114]  Canada 6,000
87 Zurich[115]   Switzerland 6,000
88 Birmingham[116]  United States 5,300
89 Perth[117]  Australia 5,187
90 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 5,000[118]
91 Madison  United States 5,000[119]
92 Santa Fe  Argentina 5,000[79]
93 Dayton[120]  United States 4,000
94 Toledo[120]  United States 3,900
95 Glasgow[121]  United Kingdom 3,500
96 Youngstown[122]  United States 3,200
97 Prague  Czech Republic 3,000[123]
98 Greensboro  United States 3,000[124]
99 Durban[65]  South Africa 2,700
100 Athens  Greece 2,500
101 Bucharest[125]  Romania 2,481
102 Brisbane[126]  Australia 2,195
103 Curitiba[127]  Brazil 1,774
104 Belo Horizonte[127]  Brazil 1,714
105 İzmir  Turkey 1,500[90]
106 Pretoria[65]  South Africa 1,500
107 Recife[128]  Brazil 1,300
108 Helsinki[129]  Finland 1,200
109 Montgomery[130]  United States 1,200
110 Brasília[131]  Brazil 1,103
111 Florence[97]  Italy 1,000
112 Asunción[132]  Paraguay 1,000
113 Bratislava[133][better source needed]  Slovakia 1,000
114 Sofia  Bulgaria 1,000
115 Guadalajara[134]  Mexico 900
116 Monterrey[135]  Mexico 500