Definition of underpopulated
: having a lower density of population than is normal or desirable
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The touch of underpopulated unreality has an unexpected emotional pull.
Third, the system to determine seats by states will give greater representation to rural, underpopulated areas, which is where Chávismo — the movement named after the late Hugo Chávez and behind Maduro — is stronger.
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