How Do Alaska and Texas Compare in Size?
The size of Alaska is 665,384.04 square miles of total area, which is more than twice the size of Texas at 268,596.46 square miles. Alaska is also 1.9 times taller north to south than Texas, and 3.1 times wider east to west. Texas has a much larger population size than Alaska with 83 times more people per square mile. As of July 2014, the population of Texas was 27,695,284, while the population of Alaska was 736,732.