Special Report

States Where the Most People Live in Cities

Honolulu, Hawaii
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5. Hawaii
> Pct. of population living in urban areas: 91.9%
> Median household income: $63,030 (5th highest)
> Largest city: Honolulu, Hawaii
> Population of largest city: 345,130

Boston, Massachusetts
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4. Massachusetts
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
92.0%
> Median household income: $62,072 (6th highest)
> Largest city: Boston, Massachusetts
> Population of largest city: 639,594

Las Vegas, Nevada 2
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3. Nevada
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
94.2%
> Median household income: $51,001 (19th highest)
> Largest city: Las Vegas, Nevada
> Population of largest city: 597,353

Newark at night, New Jersey
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2. New Jersey
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
94.7%
> Median household income: $67,681 (2nd highest)
> Largest city: Newark, New Jersey
> Population of largest city: 278,750

Painted Ladies, San Francisco, California
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1. California
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
95.0%
> Median household income: $57,708 (9th highest)
> Largest city: Los Angeles, California
> Population of largest city: 3.86 million

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