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The five regions of the United States are the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West and the Southwest. Each region has various English dialects. Each state in each region has its own government, and some religions are more... More »

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The United States Census splits the country into four regions: northeast, midwest, west and south. Of these regions, as of 2013 the south has the largest total population with more than 118 million inhabitants or 37.4 pe... More »

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The four major regions of Texas are the Mountains and Basins region, Great Plains, North Central Plains and Coastal Plains. Texas is the second largest state in the United States, encompassing a total area of 268,601 squ... More »

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According to National Geographic, the United States is typically divided into five geographic regions: the Northeast, Southwest, West, Southeast and Midwest. Each region has its own geographical features that distinguish... More »

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The five landform regions that make up the United States are the West, Midwest, Northeast, Southwest and Southeast regions. The states that comprise these individual regions are grouped according to their locations on th... More »

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The six regions of the United States are the Northeast, West, Southwest, Midwest, South and Mid-Atlantic. In addition to cultural differences, these regions differ in terms of physical features. More »

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The states commonly considered part of the Midwest in the United States are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Smaller divisions of t... More »

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