Largest Cities in Wisconsin

Wisconsin (abbreviated Wis. or WI), state of the United States, west of Lake Michigan, at 145,436 kmĀ². Wisconsin has about 5.5 million inhabitants, and the capital is Madison. The largest city is Milwaukee.

The state has a lot of cattle and pig farming, cheese production and corn, halibut and potato cultivation. In addition, he has a machine, wood processing and transport equipment industry and mineral extraction. Wisconsin has been our state since 1848, and is called Badger State.

Biggest Cities of Wisconsin by Population

Rank City State Population
1 Milwaukee WI 594944
2 Madison WI 233320
3 Green Bay WI 104168
4 Kenosha WI 99329
5 Racine WI 78971
6 Appleton WI 72734
7 Waukesha WI 70829
8 Oshkosh WI 66194
9 Eau Claire WI 65994
10 Janesville WI 63686
11 West Allis WI 60522
12 La Crosse WI 51431
13 Sheboygan WI 49399
14 Wauwatosa WI 46507
15 Fond du Lac WI 43132
16 New Berlin WI 39695
17 Wausau WI 39217
18 Brookfield WI 38031
19 Beloit WI 37077
20 Greenfield WI 36831
21 Franklin WI 35562
22 Oak Creek WI 34562
23 Manitowoc WI 33847

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