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How Much Land People Live on in Every State

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50. Nevada
> Average lot size: 7,405 square feet
> Price per square foot: $82.80 – 3rd highest
> Median household income: $62,043 – 25th lowest
> Total population: 3,030,281

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49. California
> Average lot size: 8,327 square feet
> Price per square foot: $85.60 – 2nd highest
> Median household income: $78,672 – 6th highest
> Total population: 39,346,023

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48. Arizona
> Average lot size: 8,726 square feet
> Price per square foot: $60.39 – 6th highest
> Median household income: $61,529 – 23rd lowest
> Total population: 7,174,064

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47. Illinois
> Average lot size: 9,025 square feet
> Price per square foot: $25.82 – 23rd highest
> Median household income: $68,428 – 17th highest
> Total population: 12,716,164

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46. Texas
> Average lot size: 9,540 square feet
> Price per square foot: $36.64 – 15th highest
> Median household income: $63,826 – 21st highest
> Total population: 28,635,442

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