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2013-05-30 03:14:30
2013-05-30 03:14:30

According to the CIA World Factbook, the total world population is 7,095,217,980 (July 2013 est.). The ratio is 1.01 males to every 1.0 female.

Total male estimate as of July 2013 is 3,571,374,099.

Total female estimate as of July 2013 is 3,523,843,881.

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