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List of Mexican states by population density

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List of Mexican states by population density

Mexican states by population density, 2012.

This is a list of Mexican States by population density. Population density is calculated as the ratio of resident population divided by total land area.

States

State Population (2010)[1] Area (km²)[2] Population
Density (/km2)[3][4]
--  Mexican Federal District 8,851,080 1,485 5,920
01. 15,175,862 22,357 679
02. 1,777,227 4,893 364
03. 1,169,936 3,991 293
04. 1,184,996 5,618 211
05. 5,486,372 30,608 179
06. 5,779,829 34,290 168
07. 1,827,937 11,684 156
08. 2,665,018 20,846 128
09. 650,555 5,625 116
10. 7,643,194 71,820 106
11. 7,350,682 78,599 94
12. 2,238,603 24,738 91
13. 4,351,037 58,643 74
14. 4,653,458 64,220 73
15. 4,796,580 73,289 65
-- 112,322,757 1,972,550 57
16. 3,388,768 63,621 53
17. 1,818,948 39,612 49
18. 2,767,761 57,377 48
19. 3,155,070 71,446 44
20. 2,585,518 60,983 42
21. 3,268,554 80,175 41
22. 3,801,962 93,793 41
23. 1,084,979 27,815 39
24. 1,325,578 42,361 30
25. 1,490,668 75,539 20
26. 2,748,391 151,563 18
27. 822,441 57,924 14.9
28. 3,406,465 247,455 13.2
29. 2,662,480 179,503 13
30. 1,632,934 123,451 12
31. 637,026 73,922 7

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