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1996 est. population breakdown Population picture Mayor 2000 census population Male Population Female Population White Population Black Population American Indian and Alaska Native Population Asian Population Hispanic/Latino Population Two or more races Population Other race Population 65 and over Median age 2005 population estimate (rank) Land area Avg. alt. in Highest Avg. alt. in lowest Avg. temp in Jan. Avg. temp in July Churches Radio stations Television stations Unemployed Per capita personal income (MSA) 2004 Chamber of Commerce Civilian Labor Force (MSA) April 2006 Alt.
Fresno ... Alan Autry (to March 2008) 427,652 (37) 210,107 (49.1%) 217,545 (50.9%) 214,556 (50.2%) 35,763 (8.4%) 6,763 (1.6%) 48,028 (11.2%) 170,520 (39.9%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 22,061 (5.2%) 99,898 (23.4%) 9.3% 28.5 461,116 (36) 104 (square miles) ... ... 45.7 (f) 81.9 (f) 450 (approximate) AM: 11 1
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8 1 35,800(8.8%) 25,573 (dollar) Fresno Chamber of Commerce, 2331 Fresno St., Fresno, CA 93721 406,600 328 (feet)
Long Beach White Bob Foster (to June 2010) 461,522 (34) 226,718 (49.1%) 234,804 (50.9%) ... 68,618 (14.9%) 3,881 (0.8%) 55,591 (12.0%) 165,092 (35.8%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 24,310 (5.3%) 95,107 (20.6%) 9.1% 30.8 474,014 (34) 50 (square miles) 170 (ft) (ft) 55.9 (f) 73.1 (f) 236 AM: 2
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8 (metro area) 268,600 1 (4.2 1 %) 35,188 (dollar) Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, One World Trade Center, Suite 206, Long Beach, CA 90831-0350 ... ...
Los Angeles ... Antonio Villaraigosa (to June 2009) 3,694,820 (2) 1,841,805 (49.8%) 1,853,015 (50.2%) 1,734,036 (46.9%) 415,195 (11.2%) 29,412 (0.8%) 369,254 (10.0%) 1,719,073 (46.5%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 191,288 (5.2%) 949,720 (25.7%) 9.7% 31.6 3,844,829 (2) 469 (square miles) 5,081 (ft) (ft) 58.3 (f) 74.3 (f) 2:000 of all denominations AM: 35
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19 268,600 1 (4.2 1 %) 35,188 (dollar) Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, 350 S. Bixel St., Los Angeles, CA 90017 ... ...
Oakland ... Ron Dellums (to Nov. 2010) 399,484 (41) 192,757 (48.3%) 206,727 (51.7%) 125,013 (31.3%) 142,460 (35.7%) 2,655 (0.7%) 60,851 (15.2%) 87,467 (21.9%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 19,911 (5.0%) 46,592 (11.7%) 10.5% 33.3 395,274 (44) 56 (square miles) 1,700 (ft) (ft) 49.9 (f) 62.1 (f) 374: representing over 78 denominations in the city
over 500 churches in Alameda County
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88,700 1 (4.1 1 %) 49,276 (dollar) Oakland Chamber of Commerce, 475 Fourteenth St., Oakland, CA 94612 ... ...
Sacramento ... Heather Fargo (to March 2008) 407,018 (40) 197,784 (48.6%) 209,234 (51.4%) 196,549 (48.3%) 62,968 (15.5%) 5,300 (1.3%) 67,635 (16.6%) 87,974 (21.6%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 26,078 (6.4%) 44,627 (11.0%) 11.4% 32.8 456,441 (37) 97 (square miles) ... ... 45.2 (f) 75.7 (f) ... ... 7 46,900 1 (4.6 1 %) ... Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, 917 7th St., Sacramento, CA 95814 ... 25 (feet)
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