New York State metropolitan areas


New York State metropolitan areas

New York has 11 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) and five combined statistical areas (CSAs), as defined by the New York State Department of Labor. A sixth CSA, New York-Newark-Bridgeport, also includes portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The New York metropolitan area is the most populous of the United States metropolitan areas.

Metropolitan statistical areas (MSA's)

The following table lists population figures for those metropolitan statistical areas, in rank of population. Population estimates are current as of July 1, 2005. Statistics from a July report issued by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Rank Metropolitan Area Population
1 New York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island 18,747,320
2 Buffalo–Niagara Falls 1,147,711
3 Rochester 1,054,323
4 AlbanySchenectadyTroy 848,879
5 Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown 667,742
6 Syracuse 651,763
7 Utica–Rome 297,885
8 Binghamton 248,422
9 Kingston 182,693
10 Glens Falls 128,572
11 Ithaca 100,018
12 Elmira 89,512

Combined statistical areas (CSA's)

The following table lists population figures for those combined statistical areas in New York, ranked by population. Metropolitan population listed based on EPA data.

Rank Metropolitan Area Population
1 New YorkNewark–Bridgeport 21,361,797
2 BuffaloNiagaraCattaraugus 1,203,997
3 AlbanySchenectadyAmsterdam 1,148,403
4 Rochester–Batavia–Seneca Falls 1,149,653
5 SyracuseAuburn 732,117
6 IthacaCortland 145,100

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