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Michigan size and population go hand in hand. It has the 11t largest area coverage and the 10th largest population. Its capital is Lansing city whereas the largest city is Detroit. It lies directly behind Alaska as the second largest in water area total. Between the two Peninsulas within Michigan each contributes differently towards the economy. The Upper Peninsula attracts tourists due to the extensive natural resources. On the other hand, the Lower Peninsula hosts forestry, services, manufacturing, agriculture and high-tech industries. In the previous century however, Michigan was popularly known due to its automotive industry. Today only three big automobile companies have headquarters here.
North Dakota has a fairly large area stretching 19th among all the states. However, it has the fourth least number of residents this being the fourth most sparsely populated state. The states capital Bismarck and the largest city, Fargo are among the biggest and fastest growing economies. The two thus have some of the largest population settlements. However nearly half of the residents in North Dakota live in rural areas. The major activities revolve around oil extraction, an enormously lucrative affair. The state has the nation’s second lowest unemployment rate.