“..Even as coastal cities erupt into divisive arguments about rent prices and the shrinking square footage of their apartments – vast swaths of the country remain refreshingly free of human presence.
Stephen van Worley, a data scientist and artist who blogs at Data Pointed – created a map of the United States using data from the 2010 U.S. Census.
The black areas represent every U.S. Census block with less than one resident per square mile.
City dwellers who are getting tired of fighting for an inch of living space in places like northern California or Manhattan might consider moving to the nearly deserted (pun intended) Nevada…”
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