Japan has a land area similar to California but fully 128 million in population, where 23% are over the age of 65,

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Japan has a land area similar to California but fully 128 million in population, where 23% are over the age of 65, according to the 2010 census.

(A) similar to California but fully 128 million in population, where
(B) of a similar size as California is, but in Japan there is a population of fully 128 million, and
(C) that is about the same size as California's land area, but in Japan with a population of fully 128 million people, of them
(D) similar to the size of California, but fully 128 million in population, and
(E) similar to that of California but a population of fully 128 million people, of whom



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This question tests comparison only C , E have the correct comparison b/w Japan's land area and California land area. E is preferred as when we refer to people whom is preferred to them as well as, the in Japan in C is redundant.
Therefore, correct answer is C.