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Encyclopedia > Greater New York

The metropolitan area of New York City, also called Greater New York or Greater New York City encompasses the New York--Northern New Jersey--Long Island, NY--NJ--CT--PA Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA). The total population of the New York Metropolitan Area is 21,199,865 (as of 2000).


The metropolitan area includes New York City, most of northern New Jersey, nine counties in New York State, southwestern Connecticut, and a small part of Pennsylvania.

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Populations of counties and cites within the metropolis

New York and Pennsylvania

  • Dutchess County, New York — 280,150
  • Long Island, NY — 2,753,913
    • Nassau County, New York — 1,334,544
    • Suffolk County, New York — 1,419,369
  • New York, NY — 8,008,278
    • Bronx County, New York — 1,332,650
    • Kings County, New York — 2,465,326
    • New York County, New York — 1,537,195
    • Putnam County, New York — 95,745
    • Queens County, New York — 2,229,379
    • Richmond County, New York — 443,728
    • Rockland County, New York — 286,753
    • -PA — 387,669
    • Orange County, New York — 341,367
    • Pike County, Pennsylvania — 46,302

New Jersey

  • Bergen-Passaic, NJ — 1,373,167
    • Bergen County, New Jersey — 884,118
    • Passaic County, New Jersey — 489,049
  • Jersey City, NJ — 608,975
    • Hudson County, New Jersey — 608,975
  • Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon, NJ — 1,169,641
    • Hunterdon County, New Jersey — 121,989
    • Middlesex County, New Jersey — 750,162
    • Somerset County, New Jersey — 297,490
  • Monmouth-Ocean, NJ — 1,126,217
    • Monmouth County, New Jersey — 615,301
    • Ocean County, New Jersey — 510,916
  • Newark, NJ — 2,032,989
    • Essex County, New Jersey — 793,633
    • Morris County, New Jersey — 470,212
    • Sussex County, New Jersey — 144,166
    • Union County, New Jersey — 522,541
    • Warren County, New Jersey — 102,437
  • Trenton, NJ — 350,761
    • Mercer County, New Jersey — 350,761

Connecticut

  • Bridgeport area, CT — 459,479
    • Fairfield County, Connecticut (part) — 345,708
      • Bridgeport — 139,529
      • Easton — 7,272
      • Fairfield — 57,340
      • Monroe — 19,247
      • Shelton — 38,101
      • Stratford — 49,976
      • Trumbull — 34,243
    • New Haven County, Connecticut (part) — 113,771
      • Ansonia — 18,554
      • Beacon Falls — 5,246
      • Derby — 12,391
      • Milford — 52,305
      • Oxford — 9,821
      • Seymour — 15,454
  • Danbury area, CT — 217,980
    • Fairfield County, Connecticut (part) — 183,303
      • Bethel — 18,067
      • Brookfield — 15,664
      • Danbury — 74,848
      • New Fairfield — 13,953
      • Newtown — 25,031
      • Redding — 8,270
      • Ridgefield — 23,643
      • Sherman — 3,827
    • Litchfield County, Connecticut (part) — 34,677
      • Bridgewater — 1,824
      • New Milford — 27,121
      • Roxbury — 2,136
      • Washington — 3,596
  • New Haven-Meriden, CT — 542,149
    • Middlesex County, Connecticut (part) — 19,112
    • New Haven County, Connecticut (part) — 523,037
      • Bethany — 5,040
      • Branford — 28,683
      • Cheshire — 28,543
      • East Haven — 28,189
      • Guilford — 21,398
      • Hamden — 56,913
      • Madison — 17,858
      • Meriden — 58,244
      • New Haven — 123,626
      • North Branford — 13,906
      • North Haven — 23,035
      • Orange — 13,233
      • Wallingford — 43,026
      • West Haven — 52,360
      • Woodbridge — 8,983
  • Stamford-Norwalk, CT — 353,556
    • Fairfield County, Connecticut (part) — 353,556
      • Darien — 19,607
      • Greenwich — 61,101
      • New Canaan — 19,395
      • Norwalk — 82,951
      • Stamford — 117,083
      • Weston — 10,037
      • Westport — 25,749
      • Wilton — 17,633
  • Waterbury area, CT — 228,984
    • Litchfield County, Connecticut (part) — 41,784
      • Bethlehem — 3,422
      • Thomaston — 7,503
      • Watertown — 21,661
      • Woodbury — 9,198
    • New Haven County, Connecticut (part) — 187,200
      • Middlebury — 6,451
      • Naugatuck — 30,989
      • Prospect — 8,707
      • Southbury — 18,567
      • Waterbury — 107,271
      • Wolcott — 15,215

New York PSMA

Total : 12,068,148

  • Long Island, NY — 2,753,913
    • Nassau County, New York — 1,334,544
    • Suffolk County, New York — 1,419,369
  • New York City, NY — 8,008,278
    • Bronx County, New York — 1,332,650
    • Kings County, New York — 2,465,326
    • New York County, New York — 1,537,195
    • Queens County, New York — 2,229,379
    • Richmond County, New York — 443,728
  • Rockland County, New York — 286,753
  • Westchester County, New York — 923,459
  • Putnam County, New York — 95,745


Source: [1] (http://www.census.gov/population/www/cen2000/phc-t3.html), Table 1.


See also: United States metropolitan area

Regions of New York
Adirondack Mountains | Capital District | Catskill Mountains | Central New York | Finger Lakes | Holland Purchase | Hudson Valley | Long Island | Mohawk Valley | New York City | New York Metro Area | Shawangunks | Southern Tier | Upstate New York | Western New York
Largest Cities and Towns
Albany | Amherst | Binghamton | Buffalo | Clay | Hempstead | Irondequoit | Mount Vernon | New Rochelle | New York City | Niagara Falls | Rochester | Schenectady | Syracuse | Troy | Utica | White Plains | Yonkers
Counties
Albany | Allegany | Bronx (The Bronx) | Broome | Cattaraugus | Cayuga | Chautauqua | Chemung | Chenango | Clinton | Columbia | Cortland | Delaware | Dutchess | Erie | Essex | Franklin | Fulton | Genesee | Greene | Hamilton | Herkimer | Jefferson | Kings (Brooklyn) | Lewis | Livingston | Madison | Monroe | Montgomery | Nassau | New York (Manhattan) | Niagara | Oneida | Onondaga | Ontario | Orange | Orleans | Oswego | Otsego | Putnam | Queens (Queens) | Rensselaer | Richmond (Staten Island) | Rockland | Saratoga | Schenectady | Schoharie | Schuyler | Seneca | St. Lawrence | Steuben | Suffolk | Sullivan | Tioga | Tompkins | Ulster | Warren | Washington | Wayne | Westchester | Wyoming | Yates
Regions of New Jersey
Jersey Shore | Meadowlands | North Jersey | Pine Barrens | South Jersey | New York metropolitan area | Delaware Valley
Largest Cities

Atlantic City | Bayonne | Camden | Clifton | East Orange | Elizabeth | Hackensack | Hoboken | Jersey City | Linden | Long Branch | New Brunswick | Newark | Passaic | Paterson | Perth Amboy | Plainfield | Trenton | Union City | Vineland

Counties of New Jersey

Atlantic | Bergen | Burlington | Camden | Cape May | Cumberland | Essex | Gloucester | Hudson | Hunterdon | Mercer | Middlesex | Monmouth | Morris | Ocean | Passaic | Salem | Somerset | Sussex | Union | Warren

Regions of Connecticut
New York metropolitan area/Gold Coast | Litchfield Hills | Naugatuck River Valley | Greater New Haven | Greater Hartford | Lower Connecticut River Valley | Quiet Corner | Southeastern Connecticut
Largest Cities
Ansonia | Bridgeport | Bristol | Danbury | Fairfield | Greenwich | Groton | Hartford | Meriden | Middletown | Milford | Naugatuck | New Britain | New Haven | New London | North Haven | Norwalk | Norwich | Shelton | Stamford | Torrington | Waterbury | West Hartford
Counties
Fairfield | Hartford | Litchfield | Middlesex | New Haven | New London | Tolland | Windham
Regions of Pennsylvania
Coal Region | Lehigh Valley | Northern Tier | Northwest Region | Pennsylvania Dutch Country | Pennsylvania Highlands | The Poconos | Susquehanna Valley
Largest Cities
Allentown | Altoona | Bethel Park | Bethlehem | Chester | Erie | Harrisburg | Lancaster | Levittown | Mount Lebanon | New Cumberland | Norristown | Penn Hills | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh | Reading | Scranton | State College | Wilkes-Barre
Counties
Adams | Allegheny |Armstrong | Beaver | Bedford | Berks | Blair | Bradford | Bucks | Butler | Cambria | Cameron | Carbon | Centre | Chester | Clarion | Clearfield | Clinton | Columbia | Crawford | Cumberland | Dauphin | Delaware | Elk | Erie | Fayette | Forest | Franklin | Fulton | Greene | Huntingdon | Indiana | Jefferson | Juniata | Lackawanna | Lancaster | Lawrence | Lebanon | Lehigh | Luzerne | Lycoming | McKean | Mercer | Mifflin | Monroe | Montgomery | Montour | Northampton | Northumberland | Perry | Philadelphia | Pike | Potter | Schuylkill | Snyder | Somerset | Sullivan | Susquehanna | Tioga | Union | Venango | Warren | Washington | Wayne | Westmoreland | Wyoming | York

  Results from FactBites:
 
New York metropolitan area - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1661 words)
The New York-Wayne-White Plains metropolitan division, a subdivision of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island metropolitan statistical area, is composed of, in addition to the five boroughs of New York City, the counties of Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam in New York state, and Bergen, Passaic and Hudson in New Jersey.
New York City, as well as its suburbs, have always been known for being very ethnically diverse areas, traditionally, the New York Area boasts high percentages of Italians, Irish, German, Polish, and Jewish populations, and the leading religion in this area is Roman Catholic.
The states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are all ranked among the top 10 fastest-growing immigration states in America, now with heavy Hispanic (particularly from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and increasingly from Mexico) and Asian (particularly Chinese, Pakistani and Indian American) minorities.
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