The Same Number Of Americans Live In The Red Region As In The Orange Region
As one of the world’s largest nations by total area – with 3,537,500 square miles available on its territory – the United States of America is by no means limited in land. However, research shows that the American population is very unevenly distributed around the country, with a significant amount densely populated on tiny strips of land. For instance, the occupancy of L.A. County is equivalent to the total population of 11 smallest states. The maps below illustrate many more striking comparisons between the most and least populated counties and states.