New York state population by cities (2021)

New York state is the third most populous state in the United States of America. Here is a look at the population of the New York state. The data for this ranking is from US Census.

RankCityPopulation (2010 census)
1New York8,175,133
2Buffalo261,310
3Rochester210,565
4Yonkers195,976
5Syracuse145,170
6Albany97,856
7New Rochelle77,062
8Mount Vernon67,292
9Schenectady66,135
10Utica62,235
11White Plains56,853
12Niagara Falls50,193
13Troy50,129
14Binghamton47,376
15Rome33,725
16Long Beach33,275
17Poughkeepsie32,736
18North Tonawanda31,568
19Jamestown31,146
20Ithaca30,014
21Elmira29,200
22Newburgh28,866
23Middletown28,086
24Auburn27,687
25Watertown27,023
26Glen Cove26,964
27Saratoga Springs26,586
28Kingston23,893
29Peekskill23,583
30Lockport21,165
31Plattsburgh19,989
32Cortland19,204
33Amsterdam18,620
34Oswego18,142
35Lackawanna18,141
36Cohoes16,168
37Rye15,720
38Gloversville15,665
39Beacon15,541
40Batavia15,465
41Tonawanda15,130
42Glens Falls14,700
43Olean14,452
44Oneonta13,901
45Geneva13,261
46Dunkirk12,563
47Fulton11,896
48Oneida11,393
49Corning11,183
50Ogdensburg11,128
51Canandaigua10,545
52Watervliet10,254
53Rensselaer9,392
54Port Jervis8,828
55Johnstown8,743
56Hornell8,563
57Norwich7,190
58Hudson6,713
59Salamanca5,815
60Mechanicville5,196
61Little Falls4,946

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