What is the percentage of urban population of France?
The population of France in 2003 was estimated by the United Nations at 60,144,000, which placed it as number 20 in population among the 193 nations of the world. In that year approximately 16% of the population was over 65 years of age, with another 19% of the population under 15 years of age. There were 95 males for every 100 females in the country in 2003. According to the UN, the annual population growth rate for 2000-2005 is 0.47%, with the projected population for the year 2015 at 62,841,000. The population density in 2002 was 108 per sq km (279 per sq mi). Much of the population is concentrated in the north and southeast areas of the country. It was estimated by the Population Reference Bureau that 76% of the population lived in urban areas in 2001. The capital city, Paris, had a population of 9,608,000 in that year. The next largest cities include Marseilles, 1,243,000; Lyon, 1,381,000; and Lille, 1,003,000. Other major urban centers include Toulouse, Nice, Strasbourg, Nantes, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Rennes, Saint-Étienne, and Le Havre. According to the United Nations, the urban population growth rate for 2000-2005 was 0.6%. * http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Europe/France-POPULATION.html
According to "Focus on People and Migration," a UK government report: Nearly eight of every ten people in the United Kingdom lived in an urban area in 2001, according to the most recent definition of the term. Urban areas covered 8.9 per cent of the UK's land mass at that time. Nearly 41 per cen…t of urban dwellers lived in one of the ten most populous urban areas. They accounted for 19,024,665 people or 32.4 per cent of the UK's population. (MORE)
\nBecause my cousins got tired of working 16 hours a day on the farm, and heard that factory jobs in the city only required 10 hours per day, and paid regardless of drought, hail, gluts of the market, and so on.\nBesides, all the local girls were already relatives, and the pickings had gotten pretty… slim from neighboring counties, most of whose families were in a feud with us. (MORE)
98%, according to Adherents.com. This figure may include nominal Christians who do not practice their religion to fully participating practitioners.
an average of the people who live in the cities in the world is 57.3% about 52% of the world.
The percentage of urban housing in the United States is 30 percent.This data is according to the US Urban Population as of December2013.?Ã¦
Urbanized Population - That percentage of a country's population living in settlements characterized as cities. Usually, high rates of urbanization are associated with higher levels of industrialization and economic development, since these activities are usually found in and around cities. Converse…ly, lower urbanized populations, less than 50 percent, are characteristic of developing countries (Rowntree 456). Rowntree, Les, Martin Lewis, Marie Price, and William Wyckoff. Globalization and Diversity: Geography of a Changing World . 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008. Print. (MORE)
The world has become more urban than rural due to a global movementin the economies driving people to live i cities. The smallestpercentage of people living in urban areas can be found by lookinginto the statistics of a specific region.
An urban area is characterized by higher population density and vast human features in comparison to areas surrounding it .
According to the UN, at some point in 2008 the proportion of the world's population living in urban areas will hit 50% for the first time ever in history. Hope that helps Adam Ryzner Source: http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/02/26/news/UN-GEN-UN-Growing-Cities.php . 49.
The official population estimates for Jan. 1, 2015 are: 66,3 million inhabitants (mainland France plus overseapossessions). (figures updated Jan. 15, 2015) (the related link below goes to the French national statistics body- French population data) According to the French government estimates, o…n Jan 1, 2015: 64.2 million people live in mainland France; 2.1 million people live in oversea departments and overseaterritories. These people are not all French; in early 2013, 5.8 million foreignborn-immigrants lived in France, making about 8.8% of itspopulation, and about 2 million French nationals lived abroad in2007. Some figures for previous years: 2014 - 65,821,000 (provisory) (a few thousands over 66 millionswhen including Mayotte) 2013 - 65,543,000 (provisory) 2012 - 65,241,000 (definitive, "legal" figure - as are older ones) 2011 - 64,933,400 2010 - 64,612,939 (breakdown: mainland 62,765,235; overseas1,847,704) 2009 - 64,304,500 (breakdown: mainland 62,465,709; overseas1,838,791) 2008 - 63,962,000 2007 - 63,601,000 2006 - 63,186,000 2005 - 62,731,000 2004 - 62,251,000 About 64 million inhabitants. (MORE)
In Northern Europe towns declined after the collapse of the Roman Empire, and in England many towns became extremely small - little more than villages. A place with 2,000 or more inhabitants was considered really big and important.
France is 83- 88% Roman Catholic. Another 2% are Protestant. Thatmeans that up to 91% are Christian.
42 percent of France has a college education but this answer is not accurte it is a hypothisis on the population average of France and of the Untied states. Also it is the mean/ median of the population of France
80% live in urban areas and 20% in small towns and villages The main cities of the UK Over 5,000 people per sq km London 8.2 million Over 4,000 people per sq km Birmingham 2.2 million Manchester 2.2 million West Yorkshire () 1.5 million Newcastle 0.9 million Liverpool 0.8 million Nottingham 0.…7 million Sheffield 0.7 million Bristol 0.6 million Brighton 0.5 million Portsmouth 0.5 million Leicester 0.5 million Coventry 0.3 million Cardiff 0.3 million Southhampton 0.3 million Over 3,000 people per sq km Glasgow 1.2 million belfast 0.5 million Edinburgh 0.5 million Bournemouth 0.4 million Reading 0.4 million Teeside 0.4 million The potteries 0.4 million Birkenhead 0.3 million Hull 0.3 million Swansea 0.3 million (MORE)
If you mean 'the percentage of the UK that has been built upon' then the most comprehensive study so far is by the UK National Ecosystem Assessment. They found that urban landscape accounts for: 10.6% of England 1.9% Scotland 3.6% NI 4.1% Wales If you count all the gardens and parks wi…thin cities, the study found only 2.7% of the UK is urban development. Source: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18623096 If you're talking about urbanisation (how much of the UK population lives in cities), then it's 80%, according to the CIA. Source: www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2212.html (MORE)
85 percent as of 2004 white race people in France are Reducing Because Of Immigration and High Fertility Rate of Immigrants Especially Black race People
about 91% of people in Israel live in Urban areas...... about 9% of people in Israel live in farmlands................ hope this helps!!!
25 % of the french budget is for education. (primary school, college, secondary school, universities) 1 000 000 people work in the public education system (teachers, ... ) and most of them are civil-servants. . It is the most important budget in France. . There is also a private system. And th…ere also is a public debate on how the private and public could collaborate. (MORE)
96! ____ It was actually 98 according to my history book! :3 beware History books. They simplify. They even occasionally exaggerate, just to get their point across. I have consulted several French sources, and the best figures I can come up with are: Total Population 26,000,000 !st Esta…te (Clergy) 120.000 2nd Estate (Nobility) 400,000 3rd Estate 25,480,000 Which is nearer to your 98%. BUT the figure of 26,000,000 population is not exact or in fact exactly known; estimates range from 28,000,000 down to 24,000,000. Pick your figure! (MORE)
According to StatCan, in 2006, the proportion of urban population is 57,79%. For a total population of 499 035 inhabitants, there are 288 370 living in an urban area. This is from the 2006 census and the data includes Newfoundland and Labrador.
Approximately 70% of the Chinese population live in rural areas, with 30% in urban areas. The number in urban areas is, however, growing. A: According to Wikipedia, in 2009, Mainland China (excluding Hong Kong) was 53% rural 47% urban In 2001, it was 64% rural, 36% urban In 1990 …74% rural, 26% urban Future predictions are: 2015 50%/50% 2035 30% Rural, 70% Urban See Wikipedia Link. (MORE)
The definition of urban population is the proportion of a country's population living in a town or city.
The figure generally given for the Jewish population of Germany (in the sense of beloning to a Jewish congregations) just before the Nazis came to power is about 500,000. If one adds non-religious Jews and people with one or more Jewish grandparent the maximum figure would be about 850,000 (out of a…n overall population of about 61 million). The figures do not divide the Jews into urban and rural. However, by 1932-33, most Jews lived in large cities. Berlin had about 160,000 Jews, for example. (MORE)
\nAccording to me in France( not including overseas french territories) the percentage of black people is around 5 or 6%. But it depends of the area obviously...Most of black people are concentrated in big cities.
I was on google and i found 30 million on google. I also found 2.4 million in the rural area. The total population is 32.4 million.
The Urban workers were of the third estate class. they were least cared about even though the third estate paid the most taxes including necessities
France is Europe's third most populous country with a population of66 million people. According to a recent survey 85 percent ofpeople are white, 10 percent are North African, 3.5 percent areblack and 1.5 percent are Asians.
i don't know but bilingual means knows a different language and its probably 30% because a lot of french people know English.
Urbanization promotes rural to urban migration which in turn makescertain areas more populous than others. It also means that unevendevelopment is experienced across the country.
The urban population of Austrialia is about 20,264,893 people in2012. About eighty-nine percent of the entire population ofAustralia live in urban areas.
when the enclosure started,most farm workers lost their job so factory jobs were the only option and it was in the cities so people moved to cities which increased population there in the 1800s
Urban means city, but it can be like Springfield, Missouri to New York, New York! Rural means town, village, or small in many languages. Small can be as cityish as Ashland, Oregon to Fairplay, Missouri! So, they vary. Any who, to answer your question, it would be like comapring New York in New York… to Fairplay in Missouri. (MORE)
Yes, Germany is more urbanized than France. Germany has a healthiereconomy and an excellent educational system making it one of themost successful of the European countries.
Well, hard to say exactly without the context, but it probably means something like "percentage that have become used to the city" or "percentage that have come to prefer the city"
37% this answer was found by a student from a scientific that was met at school:-)
Percentage of rural and urban population in Pakistan is 72% to 28% in 2010. .
An estimated 86 percent of the 23 million people living in Texas in 2005 resided in urban
Globally it roughly quadrupled (depending on one's definition of urban); in Britain it grew nearly eightfold, in the US more than ninetyfold. China's in contrast rose by probably less than half, reflecting differences in rates of economic development and total population growth.
Liechtenstein with only 14.4% of its people living in urban areas. It has the fourth lowest urbanization rate in the world.
In the world literacy league, France comes equal 19th at 99%, though most of those above her are former members of the USSR and their figures may not be all that accurate. The UK, incidentally, comes equal 19th too, and so does the USA.
Muslims in France are around 6% of France total population. There are 3.6 Millions of Muslims in France (less than 1% of total Muslims in the world). This is according to Pew Forum study as of October 2009. see related link.
What percentage of Zambian population lives in rural areas and what percentage lives in urban areas?
As of 2010 census 61% of the population (7,978,264) livein rural areas, while 39% of the population (5,068,234) live in urban areas.
population density means how many live in a certain area e.g. 1 square kilometre. Urban areas are built up areas (cities etc). The higher the population density the more people in an area and the more crowded the space.
All citizens belonged to an estate because an estate was just a class of people. There were three estates. The first estate was made up of the clergy. The second estate was made up of the nobility and the third estate was everybody else which was about 96% of the population in France. The estates ge…neral was French parliament. The tennis court oath is when the third estate declared itself separate from the other estates because they did not have proper representation. Each estate got one vote, so if 96% of the population gets one vote and 4% of the population gets two votes, someone would obviously say something. It is called the tennis court oath because when the third estate left, they had to stay on a tennis court because nowhere else had enough room to house everyone. (MORE)
Argentina's population is 40, 117, 096 as of the 2010 census which of that 92% lives in urban area therefore 36, 907, 728 live in urban areas.
As with any demographic poll of religion, and especially Atheism,there might be slight inaccuracies. Sometimes, "non-affiliated" or"Agnostic" will be considered "Atheist". And, many times, atheistsare afraid to identify themselves. That being said; according toWikipedia sources, in a 2003 poll, 33% …identify as Atheist. Inanother poll, it was 32%. (MORE)
Russia has the largest total urban population at about 102,705,300. Vatican City and Monaco both have the highest percentage of urban population at 100%.
The first estate in France was the smallest of the three. The first estate only consisted of about one percent of the population.
What country in East Asia currently has the lowest percentage of its population living in urban areas?
East Asia usually only includes Mongolia, China, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, and Japan. However, there is also a region known as Southeast Asia, which could be considered East Asia. Even so, perhaps you meant the Far East, which includes both East and Southeast Asia. Papua New Guinea could be… considered East Asia, although the country is usually defined as part of Oceania. Its urbanization rate is 12%, the second lowest in the world. Cambodia is in the Far East (Southeast Asia) and its urbanization rate is 22%, the 15 th lowest in the world. China is truly the country in East Asia with the lowest urbanization rate, at 51%. (MORE)
urban population is growing so fast because here so many facilities of schools ,hospitals ,etc. are providing to us.