World Map Density of Population
The population of the World is about
1600 millions, the bulk of which is settled in two regions:
the Indo-China-Japanese region about 800 millions (half the
population of the world), and the
Central European region about 350 millions. The only other densely
populated region is the
Eastern side of the United States and Canada with about 90 millions.
The densest populations are settled in the industrial areas. Some of
the most populous Countries,
with their average densities are given in the table at the side. The
average of the World is about
30 per square mile.
The University of Texas at
Austin. From The British Dominions Year Book, 1918