Because population density is a leading factor in estimating zombie survivability, ZRS contributor Hanson Tover took a look at a 2008 population density breakdown in North American urban areas of more than 2 million people. He found that Mexico’s big cities are the most tightly packed, but more surprising is Canada’s poor showing.
Though greater New York City leads the pack in population with 21,295,000, both Toronto and Montreal house more people per square mile. In fact, the three large Canadian urban centers studied, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, beat out a impressive list of 14 major U.S. cities, including Chicago, Phoenix, Dallas and Philadelphia.
Check out the complete list below, and look for an analysis of top European cities coming soon.