Special Report

States Where the Most People Live in Cities

Blaine County (Sun Valley), Idaho
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30. Idaho
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
70.6%
> Median household income: $43,490 (13th lowest)
> Largest city: Boise City, Idaho
> Population of largest city: 211,655

Notre Dame, Indiana
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29. Indiana
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
72.4%
> Median household income: $44,613 (16th lowest)
> Largest city: Indianapolis, Indiana
> Population of largest city: 835,097

Omaha, Nebraska
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28. Nebraska
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
73.1%
> Median household income: $48,408 (25th highest)
> Largest city: Omaha, Nebraska
> Population of largest city: 435,454

Street car, New Orleans, Louisiana
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27. Louisiana
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
73.2%
> Median household income: $42,505 (10th lowest)
> Largest city: New Orleans, Louisiana
> Population of largest city: 368,471

Minneapolis, Minnesota
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26. Minnesota
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
73.3%
> Median household income: $55,459 (12th highest)
> Largest city: Minneapolis, Minnesota
> Population of largest city: 394,424

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