What Region Is Indiana in?

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The state of Indiana is within two regions of the United States. It is a Midwestern state, located in the Midwestern region, and is also part of the Great Lakes region.
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Indiana is in the north central United States, in what is considered the Midwest. It is 35,867 square miles and has a population of over 6.1 million.
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