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Data for Ohio show that the five most populous incorporated places and their 2010 Census counts are Columbus, 787,033; Cleveland, 396,815; Cincinnati, 296,943; Toledo, 287,208; and Akron, 199,110. Columbus grew by 10.6 percent since the 2000 Census. Cleveland decreased by 17.1 percent, Cincinnati decreased by 10.4 percent, Toledo decreased by 8.4 percent, and Akron decreased by 8.3 percent.
When can we see the neighborhood breakdowns?And im surprised Cleveland dropped below 400,000And didn't they estimate Cincinnati with a small gain?
I hope this will be the end of the pain for our cities. It sucks when you realize that we wont live to see that many censuses
Ink, where did you get the numbers from? I was trying to look on the website for a more complete list, but couldn't find even that.
Quote from: quantumfootball on March 09, 2011, 07:41:59 AMInk, where did you get the numbers from? I was trying to look on the website for a more complete list, but couldn't find even that.cincinnati.com, cleveland.com, and dispatch.com all have the complete list.