The amount of electric field coming from a region of space is equal to the total electric charge in that region of space, (divided by a number). Imagine a point charge all by itself in space. It has a charge of 1C. According to the above statement, the electric field coming from the 1C point charge is equal to the charge density at that point charge/some number. If you have a 1C point charge, the density is not very dense. Just 1 point charge of 1 C. Is that dense or not dense? Numerically with units, what would the charge be at the 1C point charge? I know I'm dense and that's why I'm asking.