North Carolina is about 2 times smaller than Michigan.

Michigan is approximately 250,493 sq km, while North Carolina is approximately 126,161 sq km, making North Carolina 50.37% the size of Michigan. Meanwhile, the population of Michigan is ~9.9 million people (348,157 fewer people live in North Carolina).
This to-scale comparison of Michigan vs. North Carolina uses the Mercator projection, which distorts the size of regions near the poles. Learn more.

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