The Cincinnati metro area is home to over 2 million people, but what does that look like when visually compared to the population density of other major cities?
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, analyzed the population density of Cincinnati. About 298,550 people live within the city proper, which is about 78 square miles; this means that Cincinnati's population density is about 3,832 people per square mile.
Researchers then compared Cincinnati's population density to the population density of other major cities, including New York City, Washington, D.C., Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Chicago and others.
Check out the visual data analysis here