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Guide to State and Local Census Geography - Selected Data from the 2010 Census

ANSI Code Name Population Housing Units Land Area
(square miles)
Population
Density
Housing Unit Density Population Rank Land Area Rank Population Density Rank
01 Alabama
4,779,736
2,171,853
50,645.33
94.4
42.9
23
28
27
02 Alaska
710,231
306,967
570,640.95
1.2
0.5
47
1
50
04 Arizona
6,392,017
2,844,526
113,594.08
56.3
25.0
16
6
33
05 Arkansas
2,915,918
1,316,299
52,035.48
56.0
25.3
32
27
34
06 California
37,253,956
13,680,081
155,779.22
239.1
87.8
1
3
11
08 Colorado
5,029,196
2,212,898
103,641.89
48.5
21.4
22
8
37
09 Connecticut
3,574,097
1,487,891
4,842.36
738.1
307.3
29
48
4
10 Delaware
897,934
405,885
1,948.54
460.8
208.3
45
49
6
11 District of Columbia
601,723
296,719
61.05
9,856.5
4,860.4
-
-
-
12Florida
18,801,310
8,989,580
53,624.76
350.6
167.6
4
26
8
13 Georgia
9,687,653
4,088,801
57,513.49
168.4
71.1
9
21
18
15 Hawaii
1,360,301
519,508
6,422.63
211.8
80.9
40
47
13
16 Idaho
1,567,582
667,796
82,643.12
19.0
8.1
39
11
44
17 Illinois
12,830,632
5,296,715
55,518.93
231.1
95.4
5
24
12
18 Indiana
6,483,802
2,795,541
35,826.11
181.0
78.0
15
38
16
19 Iowa
3,046,355
1,336,417
55,857.13
54.5
23.9
30
23
36
20 Kansas
2,853,118
1,233,215
81,758.72
34.9
15.1
33
13
40
21 Kentucky
4,339,367
1,927,164
39,486.34
109.9
48.8
26
37
22
22 Louisiana
4,533,372
1,964,981
43,203.90
104.9
45.5
25
33
24
23 Maine
1,328,361
721,830
30,842.92
43.1
23.4
41
39
38
24 Maryland
5,773,552
2,378,814
9,707.24
594.8
245.1
19
42
5
25 Massachusetts
6,547,629
2,808,254
7,800.06
839.4
360.0
14
45
3
26 Michigan
9,883,640
4,532,233
56,538.90
174.8
80.2
8
22
17
27 Minnesota
5,303,925
2,347,201
79,626.74
66.6
29.5
21
14
31
28 Mississippi
2,967,297
1,274,719
46,923.27
63.2
27.2
31
31
32
29 Missouri
5,988,927
2,712,729
68,741.52
87.1
39.5
18
18
28
30 Montana
989,415
482,825
145,545.80
6.8
3.3
44
4
48
31 Nebraska
1,826,341
796,793
76,824.17
23.8
10.4
38
15
43
32 Nevada
2,700,551
1,173,814
109,781.18
24.6
10.7
35
7
42
33 New Hampshire
1,316,470
614,754
8,952.65
147.0
68.7
42
44
21
34 New Jersey
8,791,894
3,553,562
7,354.22
1,195.5
483.2
11
46
1
35 New Mexico
2,059,179
901,388
121,298.15
17.0
7.4
36
5
45
36 New York
19,378,102
8,108,103
47,126.40
411.2
172.1
3
30
7
37 North Carolina
9,535,483
4,327,528
48,617.91
196.1
89.0
10
29
15
38 North Dakota
672,591
317,498
69,000.80
9.7
4.6
48
17
47
39 Ohio
11,536,504
5,127,508
40,860.69
282.3
125.5
7
35
10
40 Oklahoma
3,751,351
1,664,378
68,594.92
54.7
24.3
28
19
35
41 Oregon
3,831,074
1,675,562
95,988.01
39.9
17.5
27
10
39
42 Pennsylvania
12,702,379
5,567,315
44,742.70
283.9
124.4
6
32
9
44 Rhode Island
1,052,567
463,388
1,033.81
1,018.1
448.2
43
50
2
45 South Carolina
4,625,364
2,137,683
30,060.70
153.9
71.1
24
40
20
46 South Dakota
814,180
363,438
75,811.00
10.7
4.8
46
16
46
47 Tennessee
6,346,105
2,812,133
41,234.90
153.9
68.2
17
34
19
48 Texas
25,145,561
9,977,436
261,231.71
96.3
38.2
2
2
26
49 Utah
2,763,885
979,709
82,169.62
33.6
11.9
34
12
41
50 Vermont
625,741
322,539
9,216.66
67.9
35.0
49
43
30
51 Virginia
8,001,024
3,364,939
39,490.09
202.6
85.2
12
36
14
53 Washington
6,724,540
2,885,677
66,455.52
101.2
43.4
13
20
25
54 West Virginia
1,852,994
881,917
24,038.21
77.1
36.7
37
41
29
55 Wisconsin
5,686,986
2,624,358
54,157.80
105.0
48.5
20
25
23
56 Wyoming
563,626
261,868
97,093.14
5.8
2.7
50
9
49
 - United States
308,745,538
131,704,730
3,531,905
87.4
37.3
-
-
-
72 Puerto Rico
3,725,789
1,636,946
3,423.78
1,088.2
478.1
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Geography | (301) 763-1128 |  Last Revised: March 19, 2013