Least populated region in the U.S. .



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    Alaska holds that title with 1.2 people per square mile.  Much of Alaska’s frontier is still undeveloped and very difficult to inhabit.  In fact, according to a 1998 report by the United States Bureau of Land Management, approximately 65% of the state’s land is under federal ownership as national parks and wildlife refuges.  This also cuts down on Alaska’s population density.  

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