Don't Fence Me In

Virginia is a densely populated state! The number of persons per square mile in The Old Dominion is 209.2, while the national average is only 87.4. Most of this congestion is concentrated on the I-95 Corridor north of Fredericksburg, Virginia on up to Washington, D.C., as well as in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach areas. New Jersey is the most densely populated state, however, at a whopping 10,588 persons per square mile. Guess which is the least. Alaska at 1.3 persons per square mile.

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