List of Midwestern cities by size

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Cities in the Midwest with at least 100,000 inhabitants as of July 2017 by the United States Census Bureau[1]:

  1. Chicago, Illinois; 2,716,450
  2. Columbus, Ohio; 879,170
  3. Indianapolis, Indiana; 863,002
  4. Detroit, Michigan; 673,104
  5. Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 595,351
  6. Kansas City, Missouri; 488,943
  7. Omaha, Nebraska; 466,893
  8. Minneapolis, Minnesota; 422,331
  9. Wichita, Kansas; 390,591
  10. Cleveland, Ohio; 385,525
  11. St. Louis, Missouri; 308,626
  12. St. Paul, Minnesota; 306,621
  13. Cincinnati, Ohio; 301,301
  14. Lincoln, Nebraska; 284,736
  15. Toledo, Ohio; 276,491
  16. Fort Wayne, Indiana; 265,904
  17. Madison, Wisconsin; 255,214
  18. Des Moines, Iowa; 217,521
  19. Aurora, Illinois; 200,965
  20. Grand Rapids, Michigan; 198,829
  21. Akron, Ohio; 197,846
  22. Overland Park, Kansas; 191,278
  23. Sioux Falls, South Dakota; 176,888
  24. Springfield, Missouri; 167,376
  25. Kansas City, Kansas; 152,838
  26. Joliet, Illinois; 148,462
  27. Naperville, Illinois; 147,682
  28. Rockford, Illinois; 147,051
  29. Dayton, Ohio; 140,371
  30. Olathe, Kansas; 137,472
  31. Warren, Michigan; 135,022
  32. Sterling Heights, Michigan; 132,631
  33. Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 132,228
  34. Topeka, Kansas; 126,587
  35. Fargo, North Dakota; 122,359
  36. Columbia, Missouri; 121,717
  37. Ann Arbor, Michigan; 121,477
  38. Evansville, Indiana; 117,930
  39. Independence, Missouri; 117,306
  40. Lansing, Michigan; 116,986
  41. Rochester, Minnesota; 115,733
  42. Springfield, Illinois; 114,868
  43. Peoria, Illinois; 112,833
  44. Elgin, Illinois; 112,456
  45. Green Bay, Wisconsin; 105,116
  46. Davenport, Iowa; 102,320
  47. South Bend, Indiana; 102,245

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