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Brahmins, Jains, Agarwals, Baiays and Vaisnav followers are vegetarian.The number of vegetarians is increasing by 10% every year.A difficult one to answer. Most of the vegetarians in the world are vegetarian because of their economic situation. In India about 30% are lacto vegetarian because of their religious beliefs. In the west about 3% are some kind of vegetarian due to choice. Over half of the worlds population is vegetarian.
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About a third 33%
It is estimated that around 20% of the world's men are circumcised. The vast majority of these men are circumcised Muslims, but the number also includes circumcise…d men in other areas of the world circumcised for medical reasons or cultural reasons (such as in the United States). Local circumcision rates also depend on location and age group. For example in the United States about 85% of males born between 1950 and 1980 are circumcised while only about 45% of males born between 1995 and 2005 are circumcised.
Only 0.2% of the adults in America are vegetarian.
For the last hundred years, 33%
since the world population is increasing by the second the china's population in percentage is approx 19.52%
yes, it is very popular. many people believe it is the way to be, and think it is much healthier as well as non-seperating. some vegetarians believe that if we keep on eating …food supply it ca decrease, and we may result t eating humans!!! WOW!!!!! it is possible!WOW!!!that is soo amazing
It has been suggested that the average population of non-vegetarians in the world is 950 out of every 1000 people. In the USA it is estimated that 96.7% of the population …are non-vegetarian.
3.2% or around .22 Billion people.
A 2002 survey by Adherents.com, which estimates the proportion of the world's people who are "secular, non-religious, agnostics and atheists" at about 14% . The accuracy o…f the number is difficult to prove as many societies make non-religion essentially a criminal matter (in Christian/Muslim countries). in some, like China, the state is officially non-religious which would make almost 20% of the population of the Earth non-religious if only China weere counted.
According to a study conducted by the Vegetarian Times, the percentage of the United States population that identifies themselves as vegetarian currently stands at 3.2%.