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Mark Abraham
Los Angeles County (red) has a larger population than each of the 43 individual states shown in blue.
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Mark Abraham 7 Mar 17
Replying to @urbandata @dadaviz
. The population of the 10 largest U.S. counties equals that of the 2,167 smallest counties:
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Mark Abraham 15 Nov 17
Replying to @dadaviz @metricmaps
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Mark Abraham 2 Mar 17
Replying to @medenfield
GA & NC are now a close call. Map is based on 2010 Census. Generally, I'm a bit cautious of intercensal estimates.
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Mark Abraham 30 Mar 17
Replying to @colindickey
You might find this one even more compelling
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APM Research Lab 12 Jun 19
Check out this blog by on the same topic! (BTW, the red dot/blue states map is not accurate. LA County is just greater than Wyoming, Vermont, DC, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Delaware, Rhode Island, Montana, Maine & New Hampshire):
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Mark Abraham 2 Mar 17
Replying to @urbandata
. "If most Americans knew what the origins of the is, they would be disgusted."
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Mike J 👹🐀 🤘🏻 2 Mar 17
Replying to @urbandata
Not as many as you would hope.
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Jon Hiskes 1 Mar 17
Replying to @urbandata @mvjennings
If LA County is so great, why doesn't it have any US Senators?
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Matt Jennings 1 Mar 17
Replying to @jhiskes @urbandata
Did anyone say it was great? Or simply that it is home to a hell of a lot of people.
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Tom McCarthy 1 Mar 17
Replying to @urbandata
Much can be taken from the graphic, for me... how different water supply solutions must be and therefore not easily transferred.
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