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How Much Land People Live on in Every State

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30. Idaho
> Average lot size: 11,761 square feet (tie)
> Price per square foot: $47.69 – 10th highest
> Median household income: $58,915 – 17th lowest
> Total population: 1,754,367

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29. Hawaii
> Average lot size: 12,000 square feet
> Price per square foot: $110.86 – the highest
> Median household income: $83,173 – 4th highest
> Total population: 1,420,074

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28. Rhode Island
> Average lot size: 12,196 square feet
> Price per square foot: $42.42 – 12th highest
> Median household income: $70,305 – 15th highest
> Total population: 1,057,798

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27. Louisiana
> Average lot size: 12,632 square feet
> Price per square foot: $16.83 – 17th lowest
> Median household income: $50,800 – 4th lowest
> Total population: 4,664,616

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26. Michigan
> Average lot size: 13,068 square feet (tie)
> Price per square foot: $15.61 – 14th lowest
> Median household income: $59,234 – 18th lowest
> Total population: 9,973,907

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