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    • What are the three most populated cities in Ohio?

      • 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.
      • Cleveland - 388,072. Cleveland City is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie in northern Ohio. ...
      • Cincinnati - 298,800. ...
      • Toledo - 279,789. ...
      • Akron - 197,542. ...
  1. 10 Largest Cities in Ohio. Columbus (913,921) Cleveland (376,599) Cincinnati (307,266) Toledo (268,609) Akron (197,023) Dayton (140,343) Parma (77,065) Canton (69,837) Youngstown (66,687) Lorain (63,597)

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  2. Jun 04, 2018 · 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. First, we looked at the population of all major cities in Ohio from the last census and sorted the cities accordingly. Secondly, we looked at all the city maps in Ohio to find how much land area the cities cover and sorted the cities accordingly. When we sorted the cities in Ohio by population, we found that Columbus is the largest city in Ohio. The five largest cities in Ohio, sorted by population, are Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, and Akron.

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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.

  6. Ohio has a population density of 282.3 people per square mile, ranking 10th in the nation, with a total land area of 44,825 square miles, which ranks 34th. Ohio's population is spread throughout the state with many major cities. Columbus, the capital, has the highest population with 850,000 residents, followed by Cleveland (388,072), Cincinnati ...

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