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Population Density of Arkansas

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I saw this recently while looking up info about the US hitting 300 Mil. Arkansas has a population density of 55.21 people/square mile. That places us the second lowest in the south behind Mississippi. In the eastern half of the US only Maine, Mississippi and Iowa have a lower density than Arkansas. Surprisingly (at least to me) even West Virginia has a higher density. Although looking at it from a standpoint of west of the Missisippi there are six states with a higher population density. California, Arizona, Washington, Minnesota, Missouri and Louisiana. Just thought I'd throw that out there.

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I saw this recently while looking up info about the US hitting 300 Mil. Arkansas has a population density of 55.21 people/square mile.

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I saw this recently while looking up info about the US hitting 300 Mil. Arkansas has a population density of 55.21 people/square mile. That places us the second lowest in the south behind Mississippi. In the eastern half of the US only Maine, Mississippi and Iowa have a lower density than Arkansas. Surprisingly (at least to me) even West Virginia has a higher density. Although looking at it from a standpoint of west of the Missisippi there are six states with a higher population density. California, Arizona, Washington, Minnesota, Missouri and Louisiana. Just thought I'd throw that out there.

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I thought Mississippi was a smaller state geographically, with a larger population... wouldnt it be MORE dense?

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I thought Mississippi was a smaller state geographically, with a larger population... wouldnt it be MORE dense?

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