Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics released information pertaining to the population at the end of 2011, breaking down figures per city or yishuv. The census figures reveal that the population of Kfar Chabad, the largest Lubavitch community after Crown Heights, has reached 5,105, up 100 from a year earlier.
In first place, with 804,355 residents is Yerushalayim, with a growth of 16,000 from the previous year. Second place goes to Tel Aviv with 404,750 residents with a growth of a few hundred people and third place goes to Haifa with 270,348 residents with a growth of 2,000 residents.
Some other cities include Rishon L’Tzion (232,410), Ashdod (212,278), Petach Tikvah (210,376), Beersheva (196,335), Netanya (189,678), and Holon (182,575).
In the chareidi world there is Bnei Brak (163,301), Modi’in Illit (52,060), Betar Illit (39,710), Elad (39,976), a growth of 1,400, Beit Shemesh (84,209), an increase of almost 4,000, Rechasim (9,753) and Telshe Stone (3,158).