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Population
Population (ten thousands)12,710.3 (2014)10/231countries
Population estimate (ten thousands)8,447.1 (2100)29/231countries
Popuation growth (ten thousands)-34.7 (2009-2014)205/215countries
Popuation growth (%)-0.13% (2014)203/227countries
Population density (for habitable area)1,109 (2014)18/212countries
Urban population (ten thousands)11,756 (2013)6/210countries
Median age (years)44.7 (2010)1/197countries
Median age estimate (years)47.8 (2100)20/197countries
0-14 years, % of the total population13.2% (2014)221/225countries
0-14 years, % of the total population, estimate15.6% (2100)148/197countries
0-4 years, % of the total population4.3% (2010)195/197countries
0-4 years, % of the total population, estimate5.2% (2100)137/197countries
5-14 years, % of the total population9.1% (2010)189/197countries
5-14 years, % of the total population, estimate10.4% (2100)149/197countries
15-24 years, % of the total population9.7% (2014)221/225countries
15-24 years, % of the total population, estimate10.4% (2100)166/197countries
15-64 years, % of the total population64.0% (2010)116/197countries
15-64 years, % of the total population, estimate52.8% (2100)195/197countries
25-64 years, % of the total population51.3% (2014)98/225countries
65 years and over, % of the total population25.8% (2014)2/225countries
65 years and over, % of the total population, estimate31.6% (2100)5/197countries
80 years and over, % of the total population6.3% (2010)1/197countries
80 years and over, % of the total population, estimate15.9% (2100)2/197countries
Life expectancy at birth - Both sexes (years)82.93 (2010)2/193countries
Life expectancy at birth - Female (years)88.0 (2014)2/223countries
Life expectancy at birth - Male (years)81.1 (2014)4/223countries
Population sex ratio (males per 100 females)96.89 (2100)145/197countries
Population density (per square kilometer)336.3 (2014)34/229countries
Population density, estimate (per square kilometer)241.7 (2100)68/230countries
Urban population (% of total)91.1% (2011)23/210countries
% of those who think that population growth cannot be supported52.4% (2010)21/32countries
% of those who think that there is strong conflicts between young people and older people36.7% (1999)8/25countries
% of those who think that younger people should be treated better than older people40.6% (2011)20/29countries
Birth
Fertility rate, total (births per woman)1.40 (2014)206/222countries
Birth rate, total (births per population)8.07 (2014)220/222countries
Sex ratio at birth1.056 (2005-2010)59/197countries
Mean age of mother at first childbirth30.3 (2014, (2012 est.))3/136countries
Infant mortality rate (deaths per 1,000 infants)2.2 (2012)189/192countries
Under 5 mortality rate (deaths per 1,000 children under age five)3.4 (2011)181/193countries
Adolescent fertility rate (Births per 1,000 women aged 15-19)5.63 (2010)178/189countries
Mean Personal ideal number of children2.5 (2005)6/34countries
% of those who think that their ideal number of children is 3 or more58.2% (2012)6/37countries
Proportion of births out of wedlock2.0% (2007)35/36countries
% of those who think that it is wrong for a woman to have an abortion if there is a strong chance of serious defect in the baby32.7% (2008)13/40countries
% of those who think that it is wrong for a woman to have an abortion if her family cannot afford any more children51.4% (2008)19/39countries
% of those who think that a pregnant woman should be able to obtain a legal abortion for any reason if she chooses not to have the baby31.6% (1994)20/22countries
Family structure
Single person households, % of all households29.5% (2005)14/34countries
Couple families, % of all households49.5% (2005)33/36countries
Couples with children, % of all couple families60.3% (2005)16/32countries
Sole-parent families, % of all households8.4% (2005)23/35countries
Sole-parent families, % of all households with children.18.2% (2005)23/36countries
Households with child(ren), % of all households26% (2007)33/33countries
Households with 3 and more children, % of all households4% (2007)26/32countries
Households with children under 6, % of all households10% (2007)26/27countries
% of children living in sole-parent families12% (2005)22/27countries
% of 15 year old students who live with their grandparent(s)27.2% (2012)13/63countries
% of elderly who live with their child(ren)45.5% (2010)1/5countries
% of those who live with their adult child among those who have adult child48.1% (2001)6/27countries
% of those who see their adult child at least once a week among those who have adult child but do not live together47.8% (2001)27/27countries
% of those who live with their father among those who have alive father41.8% (2001)2/27countries
% of those who see their father once a week among those who have father but do not live together23.1% (2001)27/27countries
% of those who live with their mother among those who have alive mother39.5% (2001)2/27countries
% of those who see their mother once a week among those who have mother but do not live together27.2% (2001)27/27countries
% of those who live less than 30 minutes from their mother among those who have mother but do not live together41.2% (2001)24/27countries
% of those who live with their adult brother/ sister, among those who have adult brother/ sister9.5% (2001)8/27countries
% of those who see their adult brother/ sister at least once a week among those who have adult brother/ sister but not live together17.6% (2001)27/27countries
Family relationship
Public spending on family benefits (% of GDP)1.48% (2009)27/33countries
% of elderly who contact their child(ren) not living together more than once a week52.0% (2010)5/5countries
% of those who get together with relatives in their free time several times a week or more41.3% (2007)4/34countries
% of those who think that they should take care of themselves and their family first, before helping other people69.3% (2001)17/27countries
% of those who feel that their family, relatives and/or friends make too many demands on them42.3% (2001)5/27countries
% of those who think that their life at home is rarely stressful53.1% (2002)15/33countries
% of those who would like to have more time with family32.8% (2007)34/34countries
% of those who would like to have less time with family3.6% (2007)10/34countries
Extent of satisfaction with family life (7 steps)4.92 (2012)31/36countries
Parent-child relations
% of those who think that when there are children in the family, parents should stay together even if they don't get along58.9% (1994)2/21countries
% of those who think that even when there are no children, a married couple should stay together even if they don't get along30.2% (1994)2/22countries
% of those who think that having children interferes too much with the freedom of parents33.4% (2012)11/36countries
% of those who think that one parent can bring up a child as well as two parents together39.0% (2012)28/36countries
% of those who think that watching children grow up is life's greatest joy85.4% (2012)32/36countries
% of those who think that life without children is empty49.8% (2002)15/33countries
% of those who think that children are a financial burden40.5% (2012)12/36countries
% of those who think that adult children have a duty to look after their elderly parents53.6% (2001)23/27countries
% of those who think that adult children are an important source of help for elderly parents71.2% (2012)17/36countries
% of those who think that those with young children should be treated better than those not34.6% (2011)20/29countries
% of those who think that a same sex female couple can bring up a child as well as a male-female couple29.1% (2012)23/36countries
% of those who think that a same sex male couple can bring up a child as well as a male-female couple23.5% (2012)23/36countries
% of those who think that having children increases people's social standing in society40.8% (2012)19/36countries
% of those who think that having children restricts the employment and career chances40.5% (2012)14/36countries
Domestic violence
Deaths among children aged 0-19 years due to negligence, maltreatmet or physical assault - total (per 100,000)0.34 (2006-2008)19/35countries
Deaths among children aged 0-19 years due to negligence, maltreatmet or physical assault - at home (per 100,000)0.26 (2006-2008)7/35countries
Partner physical or sexual assault0.10% (2004)26/28countries
Marriage and sex
Crude marriage rate (marriages per 1,000 population)5.18 (2011)54/105countries
Crude divorce rate (divorces per 1,000 population)1.84 (2011)47/88countries
Age at first marriage - female (year)29.70 (2010)28/186countries
Age at first marriage - male (year)31.20 (2010)42/181countries
% of those aged 40-44 and never married (men)28.6% (2010)22/181countries
% of those aged 40-44 and never married (women)17.4% (2010)42/186countries
% of those married65.4% (2012)5/41countries
% of those with domestic partner0.2% (2012)35/41countries
% of those married or with domestic partner65.6% (2012)6/41countries
% of those who are single/ never been married23.4% (2012)33/41countries
% of those widowed7.8% (2012)8/41countries
% of those divorced2.8% (2012)29/41countries
% of those separated0.4% (2012)32/41countries
% of those divorced or separated3.2% (2012)35/41countries
% of those who have ever divorced among those who have ever married4.7% (1994)20/22countries
% of those whose husband, wife, or partner has ever divorced among those who have ever married or living as married3.2% (1994)18/22countries
% of those who have lived together without getting married3.3% (1994)21/21countries
% of those who think that married people are generally happier than unmarried people29.8% (2012)23/36countries
% of those who think that it is better to have a bad marriage than no marriage at all9.5% (2002)11/33countries
% of those who think that the main advantage of marriage is that it gives financial security42.4% (1994)6/22countries
% of those who think that the main purpose of marriage these days is to have children18.8% (1994)17/22countries
% of those who think that people who want children ought to get married73.2% (2012)5/36countries
% of those who think that it is all right for a couple to live together without intending to get married43.1% (2012)26/36countries
% of those who lived with their husband or wife before they got married7.6% (1994)20/22countries
% of those who think that it is a good idea for a couple who intend to get married to live together first31.5% (2002)33/33countries
% of those who think that a couple should divorce when their marriage does not work well36.0% (2012)34/36countries
% of those who think that adultery is always wrong47.6% (2008)34/40countries
% of those who think that sex before marriage is always wrong8.0% (2008)27/40countries
% of those who think that homosexuality is always wrong33.7% (2008)29/40countries
% of those who think that sex under 16 years old is always wrong60.1% (1994)10/22countries
Migration
% of those who experience migration56.2% (2008)32/40countries
% of those willing to move to another neighbourhood to improve their work or living conditions26.3% (1995)21/23countries
% of those unwilling to move to another neighbourhood even to improve their work or living conditions55.6% (1995)7/23countries
% of those willing to move to another town or city within the county to improve their work or living conditions22.4% (1995)20/23countries
% of those unwilling to move to another town or city within the county even to improve their work or living conditions60.9% (1995)7/23countries
% of those willing to move to another county to improve their work or living conditions18.3% (1995)20/23countries
% of those unwilling to move to another county even to improve their work or living conditions64.2% (1995)8/23countries
Emigration rate of tertiary educated (% in total tertiary educated population)1.24% (2000)180/191countries
% of those who experience international migration1.1% (2008)40/40countries
% of those willing to move to another country in the same continent to improve their work or living conditions5.1% (1995)23/23countries
% of those unwilling to move to another country in the same continent even to improve their work or living conditions84.8% (1995)3/23countries
% of those willing to move to another continent to improve their work or living conditions6.6% (1995)21/22countries
% of those unwilling to move to another continent even to improve their work or living conditions79.7% (1995)7/22countries
Migrants
International migrant stock (% of immigrants in the population)1.9% (2013)166/231countries
Refugee population by country or territory of asylum2,576 (2013)93/157countries
Refugee population by country or territory of asylum per Population (ten thousands)0.21 (2011)140/187countries
% of those who think that the number of immigrants to the country nowadays should be increased13.2% (2003)9/33countries
% of those who think that the number of immigrants to the country nowadays should be reduced51.9% (2003)21/33countries
% of those who think that immigrants increase crime rates71.8% (2003)4/33countries
% of those who think that immigration is the most important issue for their country0.5% (2010)28/32countries
% of those who think that immigrants are generally good for the country's economy36.1% (2003)16/33countries
% of those who agree that immigrants take jobs away from people who were born in the country27.6% (2003)23/33countries
% of those who think that immigrants improve your country's society by bringing in new ideas and cultures19.5% (2003)32/33countries
% of those who think that the government spends too much money assisting immigrants33.2% (2003)28/33countries
% of those who agree that it is impossible for people who do not share the country's customs and traditions to become fully the country's nationalty53.8% (2003)17/33countries
% of those who agree that ethnic minorities should be given government assistance to preserve their customs and traditions52.6% (2003)15/33countries
% of those who think that it is better for society if different racial and ethnic groups maintain their distinct customs and traditions88.9% (2003)1/34countries
% of those who think that foreigners should not be allowed to buy land in this country28.6% (2003)26/34countries
% of those who agree that children born in their country of parents who are not citizens should have the right to become their country's citizens.61.3% (2003)30/34countries
% of those who agree that children born abroad should have the right to become their country's citizens if at least one of the parents is their country's citizen80.8% (2003)16/34countries
% of those who think that it should be easier for the immigrants who have the country's nationality and have come from other countries to attain the country's citizenship57.8% (1995)10/13countries
% of those who agree that legal immigrants to their country who are not citizens should have the same rights as their country's citizens66.5% (2003)5/34countries
% of those who agree that their country should take stronger measures to exclude illegal immigrants86.2% (2003)7/34countries
% of those who think that people prejudiced against any racial or ethnic group should be allowed to hold public meetings8.2% (2004)35/38countries
% of those who think that refugees should be accepted35.3% (1995)20/23countries