How many people live in Wales?
A total of 3,064,000 live in Wales (2011).
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The majority of people in Wales live near to the coast. South East Wales has the large cities - Cardiff, Swansea and the valleys to the north of these cities are also relatively heavily populated. In the North and mid-wales majority of large towns are on the coast. North East Wales has the largest t…own - Wrexham - this is on the border with England and therefore isn't on the coast! ( Full Answer )
Thornton has a population of tound about 8400 with sexes evenly divided, if you would like more info on Thornton. click on the link provided below.
The predominant nationality of people living in Wales is probably Welsh with English as the second commonest but many people from Ireland, Scotland and other countries now call Wales home.
No she didn't. She lived at St. James's Palace in London while married to Prince Charles (the Prince of Wales). After her divorce she moved into Kensington Palace in London.
This generally means "Welsh-speaking Wales" -- a reference to those areas of the country where the Welsh language is commonly spoken, although sometimes people say "Welsh Wales" when they simply mean those parts of the country which look and feel "very Welsh". It's a translation of the Welsh phra…se Cymru Cymraeg . But note that Welsh has two words for "Welsh". Cymraeg means Welsh by language (Welsh-speaking, written in Welsh, etc.). Cymreig means Welsh by nature (Welsh-born or descended, made in Wales, etc.) Thus: -- llyfr Cymraeg : a Welsh book (i.e. a book in Welsh) -- caws Cymreig : Welsh cheese (because cheese cannot speak any language!) ( Full Answer )
No one 'lives' in Antarctica. People work and live in Antarctica -- both are required -- in support of science on a temporary basis. Maximum population on the continent during the height of summer may be up to 4,000 souls.
7 billion people inhabit the earth. By 2050 the number is expected to reach 9 billion.
alot !!! because he also used the hand crank gattling gun on the union troops when the Confederates went in to surrender and they ambushed them and Josey was the only one that didnt surrender and therefore he wasnt led into the trap plus the shoot out at the end between Joseys gang of misfits at the… cabin against Red Legs Terral and his men and the Bounty Hunter in town and the bear fur coat wearing mountain men at the trading post and the union troops in town getting supplies and the idots in the swamp one is the actor who plays uncle Leo on Seinfeld I would have to guess at least 84 that's not counting all of the people he killed in the Civil war in the opening credits! ( Full Answer )
All famous people live in wales. it like u have too! its the new style! 100% out of 100%
Different people probably have many different reason including, relocating because of a new job, becoming a residential student at a Welsh college or university, retirement, moving to live closer to relatives and simply wishing to live in Wales.
The current population of the UK is approximately 60 million. The current population of Wales is approximately 3 million. Therefore the percentage of the UK population living in Wales is currently 5%.
I live in Wales = "J'habite au Pays de Galles / je vis au Pays de Galles"
The current percentage of Welsh speakers in Wales is around 22%. But for many people in Wales, English is their native tongue. The English language has had a significant minority presence here from the earliest times. Both Cosmeston in the Vale of Glamorgan and parts of Swansea are examples of Welsh… settlements where English was already the natural language of communication by the Middle Ages. ( Full Answer )
Yes. it has loads of country life and i live there myself. i am not just saying it because i live there mind. i am saying it because wales has always been a great place to live, back in the day people travelled miles just to come and see one historic monument or some good wildlife.
eight million people lived in the Caribbean until Columbus now take that into consideration and you probably have about 750 million people in the world
Yes, Prince Charles does live in Wales during some parts of theyear. He also owns homes in England and Scotland.
It is approximately 5,000, although it varies above or below this slightly depending upon how many people move in and how many move out every 10 years or so.
Impossible one to answer! People lose their hair at varying rates in Wales as in any other nation, in addition to which there will be constant variations between those who move out of the country and those who move in to live there. It also depends upon how you classify 'bald'- just bald on top, or …COMPLETELY bald? I'm afraid statistics are'nt available on this one!! ( Full Answer )
New South Wales, Australia has a population of 6. 918 millionpeople. New South Wales covers a total area of 309,432 squaremiles.
Viva en Gales - you live in Wales Vivo en Gales - I live in Wales
Just under 3 million: The Office for National Statistics put Wales' population for mid-2008 at 2,993,400. See link below:
This is a very difficult question to answer, because there are actually no accurate official figures of the homeless. Because they have no fixed address or easy way to locate, homeless figures are usually very inaccurate and are based on educated guesses. The latest guessimate figures for 2012 hav…e not yet been released, however in 2011 there were a reported figure of around 15,000 homeless in Wales alone. However this information has only been collected from 18 of the 22 councils in Wales, so there may be more homeless people. As I said, these figures are never accurate. In 2012 Wales did report an 11% rise in people seeking homeless housing or homeless sheltered accommodation from the British government compared to 2011. Many of these are victims of the recession who lost their homes due to falling behind on payments. Most of them have children. There are related links below that should help you. (May have to log in to see them). ( Full Answer )
Hill farming, cottage rental to tourists and tourism based industries such as pony trekking, mountain biking, climbing etc.
Starr grew up in the Dingles section of Liverpool. He later lived in and around London, with a house in Surrey and an apartment in Montagu Square. He later bought John Lennon's house, Tittenhurst Park. During the 1970s, he shared a Los Angeles house with Lennon, Harry Nilsson, Klaus Voormann and Kei…th Moon, then lived in Los Angeles with a girlfriend. Later he moved to Monaco, living there as a "tax exile". ( Full Answer )
Probably since just after the end of the last ice age, around 10,000 BC. The first people in Wales were Capoids from Morocco, who went to Ireland from there in 9000 BC. They were hunter-gatherers, but also liked to look for gold. In addition, human ancestors like Homo Heidelbergensis lived in Wales …far earlier. They were the common ancestors of Neanderthal and Homo sapiens. ( Full Answer )
Do you mean how many people speak WELSH? It's impossible to give an exact answer to this, but within Wales itself, the total number of people who know, or speak, some Welsh is about a third- that is, about 1 million. The English media delight in claiming that only a fifth of Welsh people speak their… native language, but this is not true, and is a deliberate distortion of the fact that only a fifth of them speak Welsh AS THEIR FIRST LANGUAGE, as oppose to using it equally with English or as their second language. This means that about 600,000 people in Wales use Welsh as their first tongue. In addition, there are tens of thousands of Welsh expatriates living abroad who speak Welsh- in the rest of the British Isles, the USA, the Antipodes, Canada and elsewhere. There are also several thousand Welsh speakers in the old Welsh colonies of Patagonia in Southern Argentina, as well as many thousands of non-Welsh people around the world who have learnt the language to some extent or another. ( Full Answer )
ENGLAND: Is 7.6% Below Poverty Line WALES: Is 3.3% Below Poverty Line Estimated 0.2% Of Wales is homeless or 800 people
The majority of people who live in Wales live on, or near, the coast. The inland of the country is mountainous. Not to an uninhabitable level (people in the Alps and the Vosges live in far less hospitable environments), but the coastal area has all the best farmland, and nearly all the mineral weal…th too - so it has always made most sense in Wales to live near the sea. Until the eighteenth century it was also much easier to travel across the short seas that separate south Wales from Somerset, Devon and Cornwall; west Wales from Ireland; and north Wales from Merseyside - than along the badly-repaired and highwayman-infested overland roads. This is why in many ways south Wales has more in common culturally, politically, and socially with the English West Country; west Wales has more in common with Ireland; and north Wales has more in common with the Wirral and Liverpool than any have with other parts of Wales. Since the Industrial Revolution a considerable majority of the Welsh population has been concentrated in the south Wales litoral:- an area from about Newport to Llanelli along the South Wales coast. Centres of population sometimes also follow the major rivers that come out of this urban strip (particularly the Tawe and the Taff); but by the time one travels inland as far as (say) the Brecon Beacons (still only 50 km from the sea) major towns have become very sparse. There is a lesser, but still significant, urban strip along the shore of north Wales (Rhyl to Bangor); while the west coast has large open stretches, but a few significant towns (Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Fishguard). The Welsh poet Harri Webb wrote of the country having a Green Desert at its heart. That is about right. ( Full Answer )
ALMOST a third of school children from the ages 10-12 in Wales getbullied in a two-month period, according to a student survey.
A) people who live their 591,000 or B) people who lived their 5,910,000 or C) all together 6,501,000
There is only one Wales, that part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland occupying a broad peninsula on the western side of the island of Great Britain. The island of Anglesey, separated from the mainland by the narrow Menai Strait, is a part of Wales. There are approximately …3 million native Welsh living within Wales itself, plus about a further quarter million first-generation Welsh people living elsewhere in the British Isles or overseas. In addition, there are several million more people around the world who can claim Welsh descent or ancestry from some time or another in the past. ( Full Answer )
Scotland. A place called Balmoral Castle. A better question would be, "Why does the Prince of WALES live in SCOTLAND?
Blue Whales can be found in almost every sea and ocean in the world. They were the most widely spread whale species until Man started hunting them down. They were once in numbers of around 200,000 or more and now there are only 20,000 or so animals left in the wild. They can be found in areas th…at are abundant in "Krill" their favorite prey species. They don't live in family groups. They are solitary animals. They are known to be along one or two individuals at most and that too only for short periods of time. ( Full Answer )
At least 153,000 people in wales have diabetes and over 7,000 have gained in the last year.
Dw i'n byw yun Cymru = I live in Wales Said..... do-ween biew(like view) un come- ri Ti byw yn Cymru= You live in Wales. Said......tea biew(like view) un come- ri
exactly 4 million 3 thousand 6 hundred and 45 and a half. but only on tuesdays
other then humans, they are the most widley distributed species in the entire world. they live in ALL oceans. specifically: Washington state, Alaska, Hawaii, California, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, (and the rest of south America) Australia and new zealand, sadly, japan, with the harpooners (who are p…retty much the worst people on earth), russia, Antarctica, Greenland, iceland, Norway... do i have to continue?? ( Full Answer )
New South Wales was the first place in Australia to be colonised. The reason it was chosen was that James Cook and his botanist, Sir Joseph Banks, recommended Botany Bay as suitable for settlement, particularly a convict settlement. The site was far enough away that there was little likelihood that …pardoned convicts would return to England, and there was nowhere for the convicts to escape to. meanwhile, but sending people to New South Wales, England reinforced its claim on the continent and expanded its empire. While Botany Bay itself was not settled because Captain Arthur Phillip, who led the First Fleet of convicts, deemed it usuitable for several reasons, Port Jackson became the site of the only colony in Australia. It was logical to send convicts there, and for settlers to arrive there, as it was the only known port in Australia for at least 16 years. ( Full Answer )
most of the population are sheep but it is about 90% because only the welsh can live with the amount of rainfall in wales.
That depends on the area. A lot of people in the North of Wales learn Welsh as a first-language, or at the same time as English. However, in the South of Wales, it is more common to see people learning English then Welsh as a second-language. But almost all Welsh people learn to speak Welsh at so…me point in their school-lives. ( Full Answer )
The killer whale is the largest of this type of mammal, and they are found in the oceans all over the world. Other than human beings, they are the most widely distributed creature in the world. Many of them have been found living in freshwater rivers too rather than just in the saltwater of the ocea…ns. You will find them in the colder waters close to the Artic region. You will also find others enjoying the warmer waters in the tropical locations. Killer Whales have different habits that you will be interested in. Some of them live offshore while others have a permanent residence. Others are transient which means they move along and home is anywhere they like as long as they find food. Killer Whales will live in deep waters if they are in need of food, but generally they end up closer to the coast. You will find large pods of them along the waters of both Canada and Alaska. Many people enjoy watching them along the coast of California as well. Those that reside in the areas of cold water are limited in space due to the ice pack. They aren't able to navigate very far with it. This is why so many of them will migrate to another location during the worst times of the year. While it is known that Killer Whales do migrate, the exact patterns that they follow aren't fully understood. Researchers do know that they will be found in both British Columbia and the state of Washington in the USA. However, it isn't known where many of them go after that. Some tracking devices have found a few of them to be in freshwater rivers in the United States. Further tracking and research is planned though to help figure out where these Killer Whales spend the rest of their time residing. The number of Killer Whales in the world is hard to estimate due to their movements. There is still so much we don't know about their habitat and distribution. It is estimated that about 250 of them live in Alaska. Approximately 300 live in the Bering Sea. The remaining of about 180,000 are found along the Antarctic region. Part of what has allowed them to survive for so long even at low numbers is that they easily adapt. Research indicates this is why they can be found living in regions all over the world. They have a more diverse location than any other type of mammal. Only humans seem to be more diversified in their habitat and distribution than the Killer Whales. However, as humans continue to move their natural habitat more towards the water, the area for these animals to live gets smaller. Not everyone is happy about that though because they feel these are nasty predators. The Killer Whale has definitely gotten a bad reputation out there over the course of time. Some of the events that they are said to be a part of are true, but movies such as Jaws have given people a fear of them that isn't justified. As a result, many people don't like the fact that certain locations that they enjoy have Killer Whales around them. There are plenty of boating expeditions you can take part in for Killer Whale observation. These boats are very careful to not disturb the natural environment of these whales. They will take you about 400 yards from the whales so you will get a very up close and personal look at them. You will notice that the boats used for such purposes are very quiet so that they don't create stress for the Killer Whales due to the noise.. Home. Killer Whale Facts. Killer Whale Information. Humans and Killer Whales. Killer Whales Endangered. Orcas and Global Warming. Killer Whale Pictures. Killer Whale Videos. Interesting Animal Facts . ( Full Answer )
It is not known how many crew members were on the 'Prince of Wales' ship of the First Fleet, as accurate crew records were not kept. However, the ship carried only one male convict (who had tried to escape during the stop at Tenerife) and 49 female convicts.
There are about 3 million people living in Wales... and 11 million sheep... that's about 3 and a half sheep to every person...
what? That answer makes no sense. But if you wanna know if dolphins can live with whales...they probobly can. After all an orca is a dolphin. It's the largest dolphin. Did you know that!
Many types of non-avian dinosaurs lived in Wales, and it's fauna would not have been much different from that of the rest of western Europe.
Daffodils need a lot of sun, plenty of non-standing water andadequate soil. They are survivors. The majority of daffodilvarieties, and definitely the wild types, grown where there are 4seasons. The bulb must have a period of cold in order to properlyproduce a flower in the spring. Wales makes a perf…ectly comfy placefor a daffodil to grow. ( Full Answer )
They are properly called just South Walians, although the colloquial (and somewhat derogatory term ) for them is 'Gogs'.
In the year 2011, there were 3,064,000 people living in Pyle, Wales. Located near Cardiff, Pyle has four schools and is the hometown of the Welsh poet Bethan Williams.
Griffiths, Lewis, Jones, Hart, Thomas, Skates - these are some of the names in the current parliament.
Yes they do. Its a functional village which is used by many filmand entertainment companies for location shooting.