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World Population Growth

Details: Rapid population growth comes to an end in stage 4 as the birth rate falls to a similar level as the already low mortality rate. The population pyramid is now …

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Future Population Growth

Details: Population data from Clio Infra estimate’s China’s population to have been 225 million in 1750. The world population at this time was estimated to be 811 …

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Population by income level

Details: Population by income level, 1960 to 2020. Total population, differentiated by World Bank income level. Relative. More. 1960 2020 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 0 1 billion 2 billion 3 billion 4 billion 5 billion 6 billion 7 billion High income …

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Population density by city

Details: Population density for the world's largest 100 cities (based on total population). Population density is measured as the number of people per square kilometre (km²).

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The population of England

Details: The population of England. 1086 2016 1200 1400 1600 1800 0 10 million 20 million 30 million 40 million 50 million. Source: Broadberry, Campbell, Klein, Overton and van Leeuwen (2015) via Bank of England. Note: Data prior to …

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COVID-19 death rate vs. Population density

Details: Tests conducted per new confirmed case of COVID-19. Tests per confirmed case – total vs. Case fatality rate. Tests per thousand since the 100th confirmed case of COVID-19. Tests per thousand since the 5th confirmed death due to …

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Number of births and deaths per year

Details: Number of births and deaths per year, World. The dotted lines show the medium variant of the UN population projections. 1950 2099 1980 2000 2020 2040 2060 0 20 million 40 million 60 million 80 million 100 million 120 million 140 million …

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The global population pyramid: How global demography has

Details: In 1950 there were 2.5 billion people on the planet. Now in 2019, there are 7.7 billion. By the end of the century the UN expects a global population of 11.2 billion. This visualization of the population pyramid makes it possible to …

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Deaths

Details: Differences in the population size between countries are often large, and the COVID-19 death count in more populous countries tends to be higher. Because of this it can be insightful to know how the number of confirmed deaths in a country compares to the number of people who live there, especially when comparing across countries.

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Selection of Global Population and Health Indicators

Details: From 2015 to 2050, the global under-5 population is projected to rise from 674 million to 702 million before slowly falling to 650 million by 2100. Although this shows a rise-peak-fall trend, the rate of change is slow such that it over short to medium timeframes, child population is relatively stable. Since child numbers in Africa increase

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More than 8 out of 10 people in the world will live in

Details: The UN projects that the world population will increase from 7.7 billion today to 10.9 billion by 2100. Most of this growth will come from Africa; its share of the world population will rise from 17% to 40%. More than 8-in-10 people …

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Income Inequality

Details: This figure illustrates the definition of the Gini index: in a population in which income is perfectly equally distributed, the distribution of incomes would be represented by the ‘line of equality’ as shown in the chart – 10% of the …

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World population living in extreme poverty

Details: World population living in extreme poverty, World, 1820 to. 2015. Extreme poverty is defined as living on less than 1.90 international-$ per day. International-$ are adjusted for price differences between countries and for price changes over time. (inflation).

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Global Extreme Poverty

Details: The number of people in extreme poverty has fallen from nearly 1.9 billion in 1990 to about 650 million in 2018. 7. This was possible as economic growth reached more and more parts of the world. 8 In Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Ghana, and China more than half the population lived in extreme poverty a generation ago.

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Fish and Overfishing

Details: Global production of fish and seafood has quadrupled over the past 50 years. Not only has the world population more than doubled over this period, the average person now eats almost twice as much seafood as half a century ago. This has increased pressure on fish stocks across the world. Globally, the share of fish stocks which are overexploited

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How do death rates from COVID-19 differ between people who

Details: The United States has fully vaccinated 62.5% of its population, mostly with the mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna. Mortality data by vaccination status is published by the US CDC. This chart presents the COVID-19 death rate among unvaccinated people and among fully-vaccinated people.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccinations

Details: Our vaccination dataset uses the most recent official numbers from governments and health ministries worldwide. Population estimates for per-capita metrics are based on the United Nations World Population Prospects. Income groups are based on the World Bank classification. A full list of our country-specific sources is available at the bottom of this page, …

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Our World in Data

Details: This chart shows the same data as before, but now adjusted for the size of the population – it shows daily confirmed deaths per million people. It makes sense to adjust for the size of the population because the death count in more populous countries tends to be higher.

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Teaching Notes on Population Growth

Details: Population growth: The annual change of the population UN (1950 to 2100) Population of all world regions, including the UN projection. Population under five years old. Rate of natural population increase UN. Size of young, working age and elderly populations. Size of young, working-age and elderly populations.

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Global Education

Details: Out-of-school children. The chart shows the number of the world’s young population who are out of school across primary- and secondary-school-age. For 1998 it is estimated that 381 million children were out of school. Until 2014 this number fell to 263 million, despite an increase in the global young population.

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Vaccinations and COVID-19 – Data for Israel

Details: Israel has conducted the fastest campaign to vaccinate its population against COVID-19 so far. The world is now watching how the pandemic in the country evolves to assess whether vaccinations are having the intended effect, and how effective they might be in preventing infection, severe disease and death.

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Distribution of population between different poverty

Details: Distribution of population between different poverty. thresholds, World, 1981 to 2017. Poverty thresholds are all in 'international dollars' at constant 2011 PPP prices. This means all figures. account for cross-country differences in price levels, as well as for inflation. Change country.

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Number of deaths per year

Details: Number of deaths per year, World. The dotted line shows the medium variant of the UN population projections. Change country. More. 1950 2099 1980 2000 2020 2040 2060 2080 0 20 million 40 million 60 million 80 million 100 million 120 million World. 1950. 2099. chart. table.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases

Details: Differences in the population size between different countries are often large – it is insightful to compare the number of confirmed cases per million people. Keep in mind that in countries that do very little testing the actual number of cases can be much higher than the number of confirmed cases shown here.

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China: Coronavirus Pandemic Country Profile

Details: Differences in the population size between countries are often large, and the COVID-19 death count in more populous countries tends to be higher. Because of this it can be insightful to know how the number of confirmed deaths in a country compares to the number of people who live there, especially when comparing across countries.

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The Spanish flu (1918-20): The global impact of the

Details: The world population was growing by around 13 million every year in this period which suggests that the period of the Spanish flu was likely the last time in history when the world population was declining. 11. Other large influenza pandemics. The Spanish flu pandemic was the largest, but not the only large recent influenza pandemic.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hospitalizations

Details: On this page, we provide daily-updated data on hospitalizations and intensive care (ICU) admissions due to COVID-19. Our hospital & ICU data is collected from official sources and collated by Our World in Data. The complete list of country-by-country sources is …

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