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Old 10-13-2022, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by OyCrumbler View Post
Yea, while I think it's an interesting exercise to try to figure out better apples to apples comparison since the way metropolitan areas or the closest equivalents are constructed can change dramatically, doing so thus far just makes it clear that New York City is more populous and denser over almost any reasonable area for apples to apples comparison. It's not multiples more populous, of course, but it is more populous. I do think the first part of the title saying that one "feels" larger is also interesting though.
Only Manhattan is really densely populated and even Manhattan is not the most densely populated area in terms of international comparisons.

Most of NYC is not more densely populated than London or indeed Paris, and in terms of metro area, London's metro area is more densely populated than that of NYC.

Population Density, Myth and Reality - Savills

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