As measured only by the combination of present Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia statistics, Cascadia would be home to slightly more than 16 million people (16,029,520), and would have an economy generating more than US$675 billion worth of goods and services annually. This number would increase if portions of Northern California, Idaho, and Southern Alaska were also included.

By land area Cascadia would be the 20th largest country in the world, with a land area of 534,572 sq mi (1,384,588 km2), placing it behind Mongolia.[9] Its population would be similar in size to that of EcuadorGuatemala, or Zambia.

Top 10 Largest Cities

5 Unique Natural Features

5 demographic facts or figures

Quick Rundown of the Ecoregions and Tribes of Cascadia, Numbers and Names.

5 facts about the Cascadian Economy

5 largest Cascadian companies

5 Comparisons about the Cascadian Economy

10 Greatest Natural Features of Cascadia

10 Largest Mountains

Fun Facts About Cascadia

3 fun facts about each state, or places within

10 types of Flora and Fauna

Cascadia Quick Facts

Capital Undecided (likely VancouverSeattle, or Portland)

Largest city: Seattle

National languagePacific Northwest EnglishSpanishCantoneseChinook Wawa, multiple First Nations languages, French dialects, Punjabi



• Total

1,384,588 km2(534,592 sq mi)


• 2016 estimate


• 2010 census


GDP (PPP)2014 estimate

• Total

US$825 billion estimate[2][3][4]

• Per capita

$53,600 estimate

GDP (nominal)2013 estimate

• Per capita

$40,217 (2006)[5] (8th)

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^ a. *Statistics are compiled from US and Canadian census records by combining information from the states of Washington, Oregon and the province of British Columbia. If the entire Cascadian bioregion was taken into account, GDP and population would be much higher. Many values use exchange rates, which may vary