Chicago has long held the title of 3rd largest city in the United States behind New York and Los Angeles. But that could change in the next decade…
Demographers say that Chicago could be passed by Houston, TX in terms of population within the next 8 to 10 years thanks to Houston’s low taxes and job opportunities.
After looking at data provided by the city health departments, forecasters believe Houston will reach a population of 2.54 to 2.7 million in 2025, while Chicago will be at 2.5 million.
Chicago has seen it’s population decline over the years but this would be a historic leap for the city of Houston.
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