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  1. Ohio’s population of 11,646,273 people makes this the 7th most populous state in the country. The state capital of Columbus has the highest population, which is 850,106 according to 2017 estimates. The second most populous city is Cleveland with 388,072 inhabitants, followed by Cincinnati with 298,550 people.

    Rank
    Name
    2021 Pop.
    2010 Census
    1
    913,921
    790,943
    2
    376,599
    395,926
    3
    307,266
    296,980
    4
    268,609
    287,065
  2. Jun 04, 2018 · The Largest Cities in Ohio. 1. Columbus - 860,090. Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and has a diverse economy based on education, banking, fashion, health care, food, defense, hospitality, technology and medical research. The city experiences a humid continental transitioning with the humid subtropical climate.

  3. Jul 26, 2021 · Among the 100 largest cities in Ohio, the fastest shrinking city is Cleveland, whose population has declined 20.0% since the year 2000. Cleveland's peak populuation was 914,808 in the year 1950, and it's current population of 381,009 represents a 58.4% decline from it's peak.

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  5. Cities in the U.S. state of Ohio are incorporated municipalities whose population is greater than 5,000. Smaller municipalities are villages. Nonresident college students and incarcerated inmates do not count towards the city requirement of 5,000 residents. There are currently 247 municipalities in Ohio considered to be cities in Ohio.

    • Franklin County. 1,334,870. 14.46% 2,919.97.
    • Cuyahoga County. 1,221,780. -4.41% 2,672.59.
    • Hamilton County. 821,529. 2.40% 1,797.06.
    • Summit County. 540,333. -0.24% 1,181.96.
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