Population density is a ratio of the average number of inhabitants per square kilometre. It is worked out by simply dividing the population by the area of the Federative Units. Brazil has an overall population density of 20.5 inhabitants per square kilometer. The figures are based on 2014 IBGE estimative data data.

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  • Population density is a ratio of the average number of inhabitants per square kilometre. It is worked out by simply dividing the population by the area of the Federative Units. Brazil has an overall population density of 20.5 inhabitants per square kilometer. The figures are based on 2014 IBGE estimative data data. (en)
  • Lista de unidades federativas do Brasil por densidade demográfica segundo estimativas de população do IBGE para o ano de 2015. (pt)
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  • States of Brazil
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  • Population density is a ratio of the average number of inhabitants per square kilometre. It is worked out by simply dividing the population by the area of the Federative Units. Brazil has an overall population density of 20.5 inhabitants per square kilometer. The figures are based on 2014 IBGE estimative data data. (en)
  • Lista de unidades federativas do Brasil por densidade demográfica segundo estimativas de população do IBGE para o ano de 2015. (pt)
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  • List of Brazilian states by population density (en)
  • Lista de unidades federativas do Brasil por densidade demográfica (pt)
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