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How Much Land People Live on in Every State

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5. Alaska
> Average lot size: 42,423 square feet
> Price per square foot: $10.02 – 6th lowest
> Median household income: $77,790 – 8th highest
> Total population: 736,990

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4. Montana
> Average lot size: 43,560 square feet
> Price per square foot: $14.59 – 12th lowest
> Median household income: $56,539 – 11th lowest
> Total population: 1,061,705

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3. Maine
> Average lot size: 45,738 square feet
> Price per square foot: $7.17 – 3rd lowest
> Median household income: $59,489 – 19th lowest
> Total population: 1,340,825

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2. New Hampshire
> Average lot size: 49,223 square feet
> Price per square foot: $10.70 – 7th lowest
> Median household income: $77,923 – 7th highest
> Total population: 1,355,244

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1. Vermont
> Average lot size: 78,408 square feet
> Price per square foot: $5.95 – 2nd lowest
> Median household income: $63,477 – 23rd highest
> Total population: 624,340

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