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Why So Few Americans Live In This HUGE Area Of The West Coast

Geography By Geoff

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The west coast of the United States is home to over 50 million Americans. From San Diego and Los Angeles in the south, up to the San Francisco and Sacramento metro areas in central California, and then Portland and Seattle in the north, about 1 out of every 6 Americans lives here. But despite being so populated, in between the Bay Area and Portland, Oregon is a large area with very few people living in it. In this video, we'll explore and uncover why so few Americans live in what I've termed the "Empty West."

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