With a 4.1% increase in population since 2020, Fort Worth is the fastest-growing large city, according to a city news release.

The big picture: According to the news release, the U.S. Census Bureau released population estimates as of July 1, 2022. Fort Worth’s population was 956,709, which makes it the 13th largest city in the United States by population. Of all cities over 50,000 people, Fort Worth had the largest gain in population in the past year, adding 19,170 people—approximately 53 people per day.

The details: According to the news release, 19 of the top 30 cities declined in population.

Texas was the only state that had more than three cities on the 15 fastest-growing large cities and towns by numeric change and by percent change. Fort Worth had the largest numeric population gain in 2022.

According to the news release, Fort Worth ranks 24th in terms of population density—only Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, Nashville-Davidson County, Memphis, Indianapolis and El Paso are less dense—among the top 30 cities. At 359 square miles, Fort Worth has a population of 2,665 residents per square mile.