Page 137 of Joe Spenner's 1992 epic: Rockefeller Regionalism, the Shadow Behind Oregon's LCDC: "Oregon, a rather small state by comparison to others in the United States, has a total of 95,607 square miles inside its borders. The world has approximately 4,000,000,000 (four billion) inhabitants. If the entire population of the world moved to Oregon, all four billion, and left the remainder of the world completely devoid of human life, a family of four would have a piece of Oregon approximately 50' by 53'. This is about half the size of a typical residential lot in a subdivision."
I read that once in 2006 and never paid attention to any BS on overpopulation again.
Although I admire James Burke's work his predictive programming called After The Warming hammered the topic of the world needing to massively change by 2050. That was repeated throughout the series. I'm surprised this cesspool has made it this long, but it seems that they are working on their Long Game.