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What Is the Population Density of England?

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England makes up almost 84% of the population of the United Kingdom. It is one of the most populated countries in the world with estimate population of 51.1 million people by mid 2007. It had a population density of 383 people per sq km in 2003.
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The population density of England is 383 people per square Kilometre compared with Wales (142), Northern Ireland (125) and Scotland (65). London had a far higher population density than any of the English regions, with 4, 700 people living in each square kilometre on average.
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