How crowded is you country?

@hoz9991 (306)
March 12, 2007 6:31am CST
If you want to see how many people there are per square kilometre in your country its very easy. Go to google and search for "population (your country)" the population should be displayed on the first result. Then search for "area (your country)" again, the first result should show how many square kilometres there are in your country. Then divide the population number with the square kilometres number. The answer will be how many people per square kilometre there are in your country. UK = 248 people per square kilometre USA = 31 people per square kilometre Japan = 337 people per square kilometre I've always known my country was too small for the number of people living in it. First chance I get I'm leaving this overpriced hell-hole for USA, where I can have my own freedom! (Seriously, I am going to)
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@kiwimac (324)
• New Zealand
12 Mar 07
New Zealand = 15.54 persons per Km2.
@hoz9991 (306)
12 Mar 07
That is amazing. I've heard New Zealand is a beautiful place. Probably spoilt by Lord of the Rings
@kiwimac (324)
• New Zealand
12 Mar 07
Australia 2.63 persons per KM2. Canada 3.29 persons per KM2 Russia 8.36 persons per KM2 Perhaps you might want to reconsider?
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@kiwimac (324)
• New Zealand
12 Mar 07
Spoilt by the LoTR? No, not at all. Peter Jackson was very careful to take the sets down and leave the landscape as near to what it was as possible.
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• United States
24 Mar 07
I live in the USA and I know it is getting more crowded because no matter how much people complain about it, they still want to come here to live. Somewhere someone has painted living in the USA as being free and easy. It is not. I love my country. For some people coming here it is easier than for others. INS is not waiting for you with a nice job. However, I do wish you the best. I envision the USA as being a big melting pot of happiness...but it isn't.
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@hoz9991 (306)
24 Mar 07
I know what you are saying, the grass is always greener on the other side. And there definitely are down sides to moving from here to there but what I've got to weigh up is if there are more up sides than down.
• United States
26 Mar 07
Thanks for best response. You coming from UK, should have an easier ride than if you came from an Arab country. If you came from Mexico or an Spanish-speaking country, that is easier, too. If you are an Arab in the UK, it will be hard. It also depends on what state you settle in. In NYC, it can take years just to get a work permit.
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@hoz9991 (306)
26 Mar 07
Keep quiet about the best response, everybody will want one!
• United States
24 Apr 07
Thank you for the best response!
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@hoz9991 (306)
24 Apr 07
Quality posts get rewarded, thanks.