Portsmouth is more densely populated than London, who would have guessed?
Just the mere mention of Portsmouth brings back fond memories of hopping off the ferry from Gosport and traveling up the ramp past the railway station and leaning over the railing on the other side to watch the 'mud larks' (young boys) encouraging the crowd to throw coins into the mud left by the receding tide so that they could grope in the mud for it......... My pennies were too important to me to throw any of my own back then in my youth......
population density of harpos neck of the woods.... about 12 people.
8 per sq.km, according to wikipeeja. Although about a third of the entire Outer Hebrides population lives in Stornoway, which means the rest is sparser still. Sometimes I go for a stroll through the local village and don't see a single person, not even any traffic on the road.