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How big is the state of New Mexico?

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The state of New Mexico is 121,356 square miles in geographic size with a population size of just over 2 million people, making it the 36th largest state in the nation by population, as of 2014. By area, it is the fifth largest state in the country.

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How big is the state of New Mexico?
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The state of New Mexico is divided into 33 counties, of which the largest by area is Catron, covering 6,928 square miles. The largest county by population is Bernalillo, with a 2010 population of 662,564 people. Albuquerque is the largest city in the state by population, with 555,417 residents as of 2012, followed by Las Cruces with 101,047 people.

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