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Old Posted Aug 25, 2019, 4:48 PM
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Originally Posted by iheartthed View Post
Do you care to make anymore obvious points that the rest of us obviously already understand?

Although, I'll point out, since you want to be dense, that Metro Detroit has twice the population density that Metro LA does.
Only when you include areas where nobody actually lives.

Here's the reality:

Los Angeles:
2010 Urban Area population: 12,150,996
Land Area: 1,736 square miles
Population density: 6,999.3 people per square mile

2010 Urban Area Population: 3,734,090
Land Area: 3,463 square miles
Population Density: 2,792.5 people per square mile

It should be noted that Los Angeles UA is the most dense metro in the United States, followed by San Francisco and San Jose.
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