Wikipedia tells me that the population density of all of the UK is 661.9 per square mile, whereas the population density of the whole of the US is 33.7 per square mile. By way of comparison, the population density of NY City is 27,012 per square mile, and of London 13,466 per square mile. Lots more high rises in NY. Chicago's density is more like London's, 11,864 per square mile, and Philly's is 11,457. Interestingly, LA's is 8,092.

Anyway, I wonder how relevant the size of the country is as opposed to the population density.

Edited by yoyo52 (01/10/13 03:18 AM)
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