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United States of America - Population density

35.6 (people per sq. km) in 2017

In 2017, population density for United States of America was 35.6 people per sq. km. Population density of United States of America increased from 21.9 people per sq. km in 1968 to 35.6 people per sq. km in 2017 growing at an average annual rate of 1.00 %.

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Population density is midyear population divided by land area in square kilometers.

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What is United States of America population density?

Date Value Change, %
2017 35.6 0.72 %
2016 35.4 0.74 %
2015 35.1 0.76 %
2014 34.8 0.76 %
2013 34.6 0.71 %
2012 34.3 0.75 %
2011 34.1 0.75 %
2010 33.8 0.84 %
2009 33.5 0.88 %
2008 33.2 1.11 %
2007 32.9 0.96 %
2006 32.6