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# What is the population density of England?

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The population of density of England, as of mid-2013, is 413 people per square kilometer, according to the Office for National Statistics. By comparison, the population density of Wales is 135 people per square kilometer, and the population density of Scotland is only 68 people per square kilometer.

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England's population in mid-2013 was approximately 53.9 million people. This figure makes up 84 percent of the total population of the United Kingdom, which is 64.1 million. England's population growth is partially boosted by a net international migration figure of 158,000 people. England also has the second highest fertility rate in the United Kingdom, according to data from 2012.

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Arithmetic density of population is the number of all people that live in a "per unit area" throughout a country, and it can be referred to as the "crude density" or "regular density." An example of an arithmetic population density that is much higher than normal can be found in Japan, where there are areas with more than 1,400 people per square mile.

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