Women’s March 01/21/2016: the numbers.

Women’s march math: Last Tally = 4,523,925 @2:45am Pacific time, 1/25/2016. 

Total in US (rough, and incomplete): 4,310,689 Outside of the US Total (rough, incomplete): 213,236

I’ve been collecting numbers from reports around the world to get a rough estimate of the turnout. It seems to me not very many sources are doing a world tally, so the more people that endeavor to do this, the better. 

Feel free to comment with totals in your area, please include the source. I’ll be continuing to edit and add to this list as there are still more than 500 cities not represented here that registered with the Women’s March online, indicating there would be a march in their cities. 
Missing a lot of cities. Around **513**missing In fact. 
BELOW are the cities listed as having registered with the Women’s March website, and therefore planning to have marches, yet not reflected in the above list and tally. Sourced reports from these cities are appreciated.
Alabama:

5,000 Birmingham 

Mentone

Alaska:

10 Adak

3,500 Anchorage

100 Bethel

50 Cordova

2,000 Fairbanks

50 Gustavus

155 Haines

900 Homer 

1,000 Juneau

150 Ketchikan

50 Kodiak

40 Kotzebue

65 Nome

1,000 Palmer

41 Seldovia (over 10% of the population)

600 Sitka

90 Skagway

300 Soldotna

38 Unalakleet

Valdez
Arkansas:

1,000 Fayetteville, AR

200 Bentonville (estimated from video)

7,000 Little Rock 
Arizona:

1,200 Prescott, AZ

15,000 Tuscon, AZ 

20 Ajo 

1,200 Flagstaff 

20 Gold Canyon 

500 Green Valley 

20 Jerome 

25 Payson 

20,000 Phoenix 

1,000 Sedona 

Yuma – event planned for Feb. 5 due to permit

California:

20-30,000 in San Diego, CA

2,000 in Ventura, CA

750,000 Los Angeles, CA

40,000 San Jose, CA 

100,000 Oakland, CA 

1,700 Pasadena, CA

15,000 in Orange County, CA

20,000 Sacramento, CA

600 Bishop, CA

500+ San Rafael, CA

5,000 San Luis Obispo, CA

3,500 Laguna Beach, CA

3,000 Chico, CA (confirmation needed)

4,300 Santa Rosa, CA

8,000 Santa Cruz, CA

5,000 Eureka, CA

1,000 Modesto, CA

500 Albany, CA

1,000 Beverly Hills, CA

20 Borrego Springs, CA

Carmel, CA

Compton, CA

2,500 Fort Bragg, CA (over 1/3 the population)

4,000 Fresno, CA

250 Gualala, CA

100 Hemet, CA

20 June Lake , CA

800 Kings Beach, CA
100 Lompoc, CA
400 Mt. Shasta, CA

3,000 Napa, CA

200 Oakhurst, CA

1,000 Pacifica, CA

Palmdale, CA

300 Redding, CA

1,800 Redondo Beach, CA

20 Ridgecrest, CA

4,000 Riverside, CA

650 San Clemente, CA

100,000 San Francisco, CA

San Leandro, CA

3,000 San Marcos, CA

20,000 Santa Ana, CA

6,000 Santa Barbara, CA

2,000 Seaside, CA

2,500 Sonoma, CA

2,000 Ukiah, CA

500 Visalia, CA

3,000 Walnut Creek, CA

Colorado:

1,000 Aspen

700 Carbondale (population 2,000!)

Cedaredge

500 Cortez

50 Glenwood Springs

Ridgway

Salida

1,000 Steamboat Springs

1,000 Telluride (population 2,325!!)

200,000 in Denver, CO

1 Crestone, CO (Yay! Stand up, be counted!)

5,000 Colorado Springs, CO

350 Alamosa, CO

1,000 Durango, CO

5,000 Grand Junction, CO
Connecticut:

10,000 in Hartford, CT

500 East Haddam

30 Mystic

1,100 Old Saybrook

200 Salisbury

3,000 Stamford
Delaware:

600 Newark

DC:
680,000 
Florida:

15,000 Tallahassee, FL

17,000 in St. Petersburg, FL

10,000 in Miami, FL

30,000 Sarasota, FL (unconfirmed)

1,000 Gainesville, FL

2-3,000 Key West, FL (unconfirmed)

200 Panama City, FL

800 Daytona Bch

1,000 Fernandina Beach

2,000 Jacksonville

Miami Beach

2,500 Naples

1,000 New Smyrna Beach

300 Ocala

8,000 Orlando

2,000 Pensacola

2,000 St. Augustine

7,000 West Palm Beach
Georgia:

60,000 Atlanta, GA

4,500 Athens, GA

600 Augusta

200 Statesboro

35 Zebulon
Guam:

Hagåtña
Hawaii:

Hilo

Honolulu

Kahului

Kauai

Kawaihae

Kona

Lihue
Idaho:

5,000 in Boise, ID

500 Sandpoint, ID (that is amazing, frankly. wow.)

Driggs

Idaho Falls

Ketchum 

Moscow

1,000 Pocatello (unconfirmed number)

Stanley
Illinois:

250,000 in Chicago, IL

Carbondale

Champaign

Galesburg

Maryville

Peoria

Rockford 

Springfield
Indiana:

10,000+ Indianapolis, IN

Fort Wayne

Greenwood

Lafayette

Paoli

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

South Bend
Iowa:

26,000 Des Moines, IA

Decorah

Dubuque

Iowa City
Kansas:

4,000 Topeka, KS

3,000 Wichita, KS
Kentucky:

Lexington

Louisville

Murray
Louisiana:

Lafayette 

New Orleans

Shreveport
Maine:

70 Eastport, ME

10,000 in Portland, ME

10,000 in Augusta, ME

Brunswick

Kennebunk

Sanford 

Surry

Vinalhaven
Maryland:

Annapolis

Baltimore

Frederick

Ocean City
Massachusetts:

1,000+ Greenfield, MA

200,000 Boston, MA

100 Martha’s Vineyard, MA 

Falmouth

Nantucket

Northampton

1,600 Pittsfield (unconfirmed number)

Provincetown
Michigan:

6-7,000 Ann Arbor, MI

10,000 Lansing, MI

Adrian

Brighton

Clare

Detroit

Douglas

Grand Rapids 

Grosse Pointe 

Houghton

Kalamazoo 

Marquette 

Merrill

Midland

Traverse City
Minnesota:

100,000 Minneapolis, MN

60,000 in St. Paul, MN

Bemidji

Duluth

Longville

Morris

Rochester
Mississippi:

Gulfport

Hattiesburg

Jackson

Oxford
Missouri:

10,000 Kansas City, MO

20,000 St. Louis, MO

Columbia

Springfield
Montana:

Miles City

5,500 in Helena, MT

Nebraska:

8,000 Lincoln, NE

Loup City

Omaha
Nevada:

15,000 Las Vegas, NV

10,000 Reno, NV (low estimate)

Stateline
New Hampshire:

5,000 Concord, NH

Francestown

Jackson

Keene

Lancaster

Portsmouth

Wilton
New Jersey:

6,000 Asbury Park, NJ

1,000 Newark, NJ

4,000 Trenton, NJ

2,000 South Orange/Maple Wood, NJ

1,000 Westfield, NJ

Pompton Plains

Sicklerville

Westfield

Wyckoff
New Mexico:

17,000 Santa Fe, NM (25% of the electorate, fyi)

1 Gila, NM (whoot! Thx for showing up!)

100+ in Taos, NM

20,000 Albuquerque, NM

500+ Silver City, NM
Deming 

Fort Sumner

Las Cruces

Truth or Consequences
New York:

9,000 Albany, NY

800 to 1,000 Glen Falls, NY

6-7,000 Seneca Falls, NY

4,000 Poughkeepsie, NY

10,000 Ithaca, NY

500,000 New York City, NY

2-3,000 Binghamton, NY

75 White Plains, NY (unconfirmed number)
Buffalo

Cobleskill

Cooperstown

Delhi

Fredonia

Hudson

Lewis

Oneonta

Port Jefferson Station

Port Jervis 

Rochester

Sag Harbor

Syracuse

Utica

Watertown

Woodstock
North Carolina:

25,000 Raleigh, NC (unconfirmed number)

400 Black Mountain, NC

10,000 in Asheville, NC

10,000 Charlotte, NC (unconfirmed number)

Burnsville

Greensboro

Hillsborough

Mooresville

Morganton 

New Bern

West Jefferson

Wilmington

Winston-Salem
North Dakota:

1,000 Fargo, ND 

Bismarck

Grand Forks
Ohio:

10,000 in Cincinnati, OH

15,000 Cleveland, OH

Chillicothe 

Dayton

Lakeside

Toledo

Troy

Wooster
Oklahoma:

12,000 Oklahoma City, OK

1,000 Tulsa, OK
Oregon:

100,000 in Portland, OR 

100 Corvallis, OR

4,000 Ashland, OR

5,000 Bend, OR

7,000 Eugene, OR

Astoria

Brookings

Coos Bay

Elkton

Florence

Halfway

Joseph

La Grande

McMinnville

Newport

Pendleton

Salem

Sandy

Tillamook

Welches
Pennsylvania:

50,000 Philadelphia, PA

1,000 and 20,000 Pittsburg, PA (two marches)

Beaver

Doylestown

Erie

Harrisburg
Indiana:

Lancaster

Lewisburg

Reading

Selinsgrove

Sharon
Puerto Rico:

Mayaguez

San Juan

Santurce

Vieques
Rhode Island:

1,000 Providence, RI
South Carolina:

2,000 Greenville, SC

Charleston

Clemson

Columbia
South Dakota

3,300 Sioux Falls, SD

Pierre

Rapid City

Vermillion
Tennessee:

2,000 Knoxville, TN

Chattanooga

Jonesborough

Memphis

Murfreesboro

Nashville

Oak Ridge
Texas:

10,000 Dallas, TX

50,000 Austin, TX

Abilene

Alpine

Amarillo

Beaumont

Brownsville

Corpus Christi, Texas

Denton

Eagle Pass

El Paso

Fort Worth

Houston

Lubbock

Marfa

Nacogdoches 

San Antonio

Wichita Falls
Utah:

Bluff

Kanab

Moab

Ogden

Park City

Salt Lake City

St George
Vermont:

20,000 in Montpelier, VT (including Bernie Sanders)

Killington
Virginia:

2,500 Charlottesville, VA

200 in Floyd, VA

Arlington

Charlottesville

Norfolk

Roanoke

St. John

Williamsburg

Winchester

Woodstock
Washington:

175,000 in Seattle, WA

1,700 Wenatchee, WA

10,000 Bellingham, WA

10,000 Olympia, WA

300+ Yakima, WA

Anacortes

Bainbridge Island

Chelan

Eastsound

Ephrata 

Friday Harbor

Kingston

Langley

Longview

Mount Vernon

Port Townsend

Richland 

Spokane

Twisp

Union

Walla Walla
West Virginia:

2,000 Charlottesville, WV (unconfirmed number)

Charleston
Wisconsin:

427 Bayfield, WI (pop 487 LOL.) 

1 Conover, WI (everyone counts! Thx for being out there!)

300 Minocqua, WI

75,000-100,000 in Madison, WI 

250 Eau Claire, WI

Menomonie

Milwaukee

Minocqua

Plymouth

Sheboygan
Wyoming:

Casper

Cheyenne

Cody

Jackson

Lander

Laramie

Pinedale

Canada:

Balfour 

Bowen Island 

Calgary 

Charlottetown 

Edmonton 

Fredericton, NB 

Gabriola 

Grand Forks 

Halifax 

Hamilton 

Kamloops 

Kelowna 

Kingston 

Kootenay Bay 

Lethbridge 

London  

Nanaimo 

North West River 

Orangedale 

Ottawa 

Roberts Creek 

Saint Catharines 

Saint John 

Salmon Arm 

Salt Spring Island 

15 Sandy Cove, NS (population 65!)

Saskatoon 

St John’s 

Sutton  

Winnipeg 

Yellowknife

10,000 Montreal, Canada

1,000 Nova Scotia, Canada

100 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada

60,000 Toronto, Canada

15,000 Vancouver, BC, Canada

2,500 Victoria, BC Canada

5,000 Amsterdam, Netherlands

5,000 in Copenhagen, Denmark

100,000 in London, UK

300+ Rome, Italy

10,000 Melbourne, Australia 

1,000 Auckland, New Zealand

300 Christchurch, New Zealand

300 Dunedin, New Zealand

600 Wellington, New Zealand

250 Antigua, Guatemala

350 Bogota, Columbia

6 Yelapa, Mexico

400 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

100+ Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

1,000 Seoul, South Korea

Yeonsugu, Incheon, South Korea 
Antarctica:
30  Antartic peninsula

Ross Sea (?)
Buenos Aires, Argentina:

Noord Aruba, Aruba:
Australia:

Canberra  

Sydney
Vienna, Austria

Freeport, Bahamas 

Minsk, Belarus

Brussels, Belgium

Hamilton, Bermuda

La Paz, Bolivia

Botswana, Botswana

Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazi

Sofia, Bulgaria

Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands

Georgetown, Cayman Islands 
Santiago, Chile 

Colombia: 
Manizales 

Medellin
Ville de Kinshasa, Congo 
Costa Rica: 

Cahuita 

Monteverde 

Potrero 

San Jose 

Uvita
Prague, Czech Republic 

Cuenca, Ecuador 
Helsinki, Finland 

France:
Auvillar 

Bordeaux 

Marseille 

Montpellier 

Paris 

Poitiers 

Strasbourg 

Toulouse
Tbilisi, Georgia 
Germany:
Berlin 

Bonn 

Düsseldorf 

Frankfurt 

Hamburg 

Heidelberg 

München
Accra, Ghana 

Athens, Greece 

Budapest, Hungary 

Reykjavík, Iceland 

New Delhi, India 

Ubud, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia 
Erbil, Iraq 

Ireland:

Castlebar 

Dublin 

Galway

Israel 

Tel Aviv-Yafo
Italy:

Florence 

Milan 
Japan:

Osaka 

Tokyo
Kenya:

Nairobi 

Nairobi City 

Turkana County
Prishtine, Kosovo 

Prishtine, Latvia 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Monrovia, Liberia 
Vilnius, Lithuania 
Taipa, Macau 

Madagascar:

Antananarivo 

EX Village des Jeux Ankorondrano
Malawi:

Blantyre 

Lilongwe
Beau-Bassin Rose-Hill, Mauritius 
Mexico:
Ajijic 

Alamos 

Campeche 

Chetumal, QR 

El Sargento 

La Manzanilla, Jalisco 

Loreto 

Mazatlan 

Mexico 

Mérida, Yucatán 

Nayarit 

Oaxaca de Juarez 

Paseo 

Playa del Carmen 

San Miguel de Allende 

San Pancho 

Todos Santos 

Tuxtla Gutierrez 

Zihuatanejo

Myanmar (Burma) 

Yangon
Netherlands: 

Den Haag 

Roermond
Managua, Nicaragua 

Jos, Nigeria 
Norway:

Bergen 

Oslo 

Trondheim

Norway 

Bergen 

Oslo 

Trondheim
Peru:

Chiclayo 

Miraflores, Lima
Poland: 

Gdańsk 

Krakow 

Warszawa
Portugal:

Andra do Heroísmo 

Braga 

Coimbra 

Faro 

Lisbon 

Porto
Bucharest, Romania

Moscow, Russia 

Kigali, Rwanda 

Charlestown, Saint Kitts and Nevis 
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
Belgrade, Serbia 
Singapore, Singapore 

Piestany, Slovakia 
Ljubljana, Slovenia 

South Africa:
Cape Town 

Cyrildene 

Durban
Spain:

Barcelona 

Granada 

Madrid
Sweden: 

Stockholm 

Åre
Geneva, Switzerland 

Saadani, Tanzania 

Thailand: 

Bangkok 

Chiang Mai
United Kingdom: 

Bangor, Gwynedd 

Barnstaple 

Belfast 

Bristol 

Cardiff 

Edinburgh 

Lancaster 

Leeds 

Liverpool  

Manchester 

Shipley 

Southampton 

St. Austell 

York
Montevideo, Uruguay 

Hanoi, Vietnam 

Lusaka, Zambia

Harare, Zimbabwe 
U.S. Virgin Islands:

St. Croix

St. Thomas

Cruz Bay
Sources:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/01/22/it-wasnt-just-liberal-enclaves-womens-marches-drew-surprising-numbers-in-red-states-and-small-towns-too/

https://www.google.com/amp/www.al.com/articles/20015407/thousands_parade_through_birmi.amp?client=safari

https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/2017/01/21/large-crowd-attends-womens-march-on-anchorage-in-solidarity-with-national-events/

http://m.uatrav.com/news/article_4f340354-e11a-11e6-a823-b37356c151d7.html?mode=jqm

https://www.bing.com/news/search?q=AZ+Women’s+Marches&qpvt=AZ+Women%27s+Marches&FORM=EWRE

http://www.pinalcentral.com/casa_grande_dispatch/area_news/pinal-residents-participate-in-arizona-women-s-marches/article_105f4b42-cba4-5a01-8aee-083b075b1293.html

http://www.ksby.com/story/34315680/womens-march-on-lompoc

http://www.mtshastanews.com/photogallery/CA/20170121/PHOTOGALLERY/121009998/PH/1

http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/napa-women-s-march-spreads-message-of-love-hope-solidarity/article_53aae273-59e4-5b49-ab51-3e4a13a6e729.html

http://www.sierrastar.com/news/local/article127978324.html

http://www.pacificariptide.com/pacifica_riptide/2017/01/womens-march-pacifica-jan-21-2017.html

http://www.redding.com/story/news/local/2017/01/21/live-tweets-womens-march-redding-city-hall/96882162/

http://www.easyreadernews.com/144169/redondo-beach-womens-march-draws-1800-participants/

http://www.pe.com/articles/riverside-823709-women-march.html

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/san-741883-clemente-women.html

Massive Crowd Assembles In SF For Women’s March Rally

http://m.ocregister.com/articles/march-741832-women-people.html

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/nova-scotia/women-s-march-on-washington-sandy-cove-digby-neck-donald-trump-1.2899568

http://m.independent.com/news/2017/jan/21/santa-barbaras-massive-womens-march/?templates=mobile

http://www.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/news/2017/01/23/see-the-thousands-of-people-who-joined-the-womens.html


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