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Old May 12, 2012, 02:41 PM   #20
Pond, James Pond
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Why don't some with this reply work out the population of germany and America and do the sums and then make a comparison.
Actually, I was curious, so I looked it up.

Germany's population is 81.5 million, give or take , with 74% in urban areas, and they have a population density of 229.4 inhabitants per square kilometer.

By contrast the US have a populatiuon of about 313 million, with 82% in urban areas, but I couldn't easily find population density...

Anyway, not sure if that helps anyone...
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