Special Report

How Much Land People Live on in Every State

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10. Georgia
> Average lot size: 22,215 square feet
> Price per square foot: $15.72 – 15th lowest
> Median household income: $61,224 – 22nd lowest
> Total population: 10,516,579

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9. Tennessee
> Average lot size: 24,394 square feet
> Price per square foot: $14.35 – 11th lowest
> Median household income: $54,833 – 9th lowest
> Total population: 6,772,268

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8. Arkansas
> Average lot size: 24,829 square feet
> Price per square foot: $7.85 – 4th lowest
> Median household income: $49,475 – 3rd lowest
> Total population: 3,011,873

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7. Connecticut
> Average lot size: 30,928 square feet
> Price per square foot: $18.94 – 20th lowest
> Median household income: $79,855 – 5th highest
> Total population: 3,570,549

6. Mississippi
> Average lot size: 31,799 square feet
> Price per square foot: $5.71 – the lowest
> Median household income: $46,511 – the lowest
> Total population: 2,981,835

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