What's the population of your place?

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#1

Not home. The city, county, village, town, burg, Gun, district to which your home belongs. The usual unit for population statistics and local life where I live is city, not exactly the city of a Western country, but quite similar for practical purposes.

From 1973 to 1991: lived in Gwangju, population increased from about 600K to 1.2M from 1970s to now.

From 1991 to 1992: lived in Seoul, population just reached 10M.

From 1992 to 1996: lived in Gwangju, mainly to serve in the ROK army.

From 1996 to 2002: lived in Seoul, 2 years mostly spent to attend a university (not graduated for financial reasons.) Population 11M.

From 2002 to 2003: lived in Uijongbu for about one year, a small suburb of Seoul, usually part of the greater Seoul metropolitan area, population under 500K inside the metropolitan area of 25M population.

From 2003 to now 2005: Inchon, population 3-4M.

The above means I’ve spent most of my life where there are at least one to 30 million people within walking distance.


#2

A bit more than 20.000


#3

according to this site http://www.citypopulation.de/USA-Texas.html

Dallas	1,208,318

#4

Born and bread in Adelaide population just over 1M.

Moved to Sydney for 2 years, hated it too many people population just over 4M

Now live in Canberra, and have done for 4 years population just on 300,000.


#5

Wollongong, just south of Sydney, just 400K people, spread thinly, like vegemite, down the coast … so it seems more like a big town :slight_smile:


#6

under 1000 :slight_smile:

really

I think app. 600


#7

I live in a small town about 15 miles from the capitol.
Population 14,000


#8

Sydney, Australia - just on 4 million. Wouldn’t have it any other way, either - I’m 7km from the middle of the city yet all I see out my windows is greenery.

Formerly of Brisbane. Population 1.5 million.


#9

New York City: 7-8MM residents in the 5 boroughs with somewhere between 3-6MM commuting in during the average workday on top of that.

i live in Manhattan (yes, i’m still awake) which is about 3MM residents with 3-6MM commuting in each day on top of that.

conclusion, manhattan receives the bulk of commuters on a daily basis.


#10

Australia (Victoria) - Geelong --> according to this site, http://www.wilmap.com.au/geelong/default.htm, the population is 188,800:

pretttttyyy small hey?..


#11

9.000 people…

10.000 Pigs and cows… :frowning:

it’s a little country village… (farmers…)


#12

about 20.000 people, close to Utrecht in the center of The Netherlands


#13

So Otoh Gunga is close to Utrecht. :wink:


#14

About 45.000 ppl here…


#15

around 80,000


#16

1.7M here…


#17

Same


#18

yeah, I’m not alone.

Thought I’m the only one, living in such a little village


#19

i just moved from a small town of 921…to the BIG CITY of 13,000+…i like the small town atmosphere…


#20

Originally from a city with a population of 200,000, total of 500,000 for the entire metropolitan area.
Currently live in a city with a population of about 3 million for the metropolitan area.
Very soon I will be in Chicago, which has a city population of 2.9 million. The population of the entire metropolitan area is about 10 million.