Multi-state MSAs and CSAs (minimum of 3 states)


 

Source: en.wikipedia.org

MSAs – Source: en.wikipedia.org

  • Washington-Baltimore CSA = 5 (DC, MD, PA, VA, and WV)
  • New York City MSA and CSA = 4 (NY, NJ, CT, and PA)
  • Washington MSA = 4 (DC, MD, VA, and WV)
  • Boston-Providence CSA = 4 (MA, RI, NH, and CT)
  • Philadelphia CSA = 4 (PA, NJ, DE, and MD)
  • Chicago MSA and CSA =3 (IL, IN, and WI)
  • Cincinnati MSA and CSA = 3 (OH, IN, and KY)
  • Memphis MSA and CSA =3 (TN, AR, and MS)
  • Pittsburgh CSA = 3 (PA, WV, and OH)
  • Chattanooga CSA = 3 (TN, GA, and AL)
  • Charleston-Huntington CSA = 3 (WV, KY, and OH)
  • Sioux City MSA = 3 (IA, NE, and SD)
Source: en.wikipedia.org

CSAs – Source: en.wikipedia.org

Likely future additions to this list as projected by this author:

  • Chattanooga MSA – the CSA already has three states, should not be long before the MSA does too.
  • Dubuque CSA – currently IA, could soon add IL and WI
  • Evansville MSA – currently IN and KY, could soon add IL
  • Texarkana MSA – currently TX and AR, could soon add either LA or OK.

Definitions:

  • MSA = Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • CSA = Combined Statistical Area

Source: en.wikipedia.org

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