Chile’s population is spread across the length of the world’s longest country. Nevertheless, Chileans tend to gravitate towards urban areas. Estimates are that nearly 85% of Chileans live in urban areas.
Almost half of all Chileans live in the capital city Santiago.
The population density of Chile is 22 people per square kilometer.
Here is a map of Chile’s population density by city, showing which Chilean cities house the most people:
Here is a population density map based on the 2002 census showing which parts of Chile have the most people:
how did you make/get that beautiful population bubble map?
@Robbie – I found it on wikipedia, in the public domain, the creator said it came from a database of data at http://world-gazetteer.com