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How Much Land People Live on in Every State

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35. South Dakota
> Average lot size: 10,890 square feet (tie)
> Price per square foot: $29.58 – 19th highest
> Median household income: $59,896 – 20th lowest
> Total population: 879,336

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34. Utah
> Average lot size: 10,890 square feet (tie)
> Price per square foot: $67.52 – 4th highest
> Median household income: $74,197 – 12th highest
> Total population: 3,151,239

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33. New York
> Average lot size: 11,067 square feet
> Price per square foot: $40.99 – 13th highest
> Median household income: $71,117 – 14th highest
> Total population: 19,514,849

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32. Indiana
> Average lot size: 11,326 square feet
> Price per square foot: $19.11 – 21st lowest
> Median household income: $58,235 – 16th lowest
> Total population: 6,696,893

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31. Delaware
> Average lot size: 11,761 square feet (tie)
> Price per square foot: $36.05 – 16th highest
> Median household income: $69,110 – 16th highest
> Total population: 967,679

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