Population graph in the Philippines?
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Based on the Census of Population and Housing conducted by the National Statistics Office on May 1, 2010, the population of the Philippines is 92,337,852 for both sexes. As of 2009, the estimated population in the Philippines is 92,226,600 people. The majority of Filipinos (about 95%) are made up …of various ethnolinguistic Austronesian or Malay ethnic groups. (Wikipedia: Demographics of the Philippines) Since 2008, it is 90,348,437 . ( Full Answer )
The result of the Philippine census of population conducted last August 2007 shows that there were 88,574,614 Filipinos in 2007..
The List of the Most Populous Countries . 1. China - 1,313,973,713. 2. India - 1,095,351,995. 3. United States - 298,444,215 (as of Nov. 2006 - 300,176,035). 4. Indonesia - 245,452,739. 5. Brazil - 188,078,227. 6. Pakistan - 165,803,560. 7. Bangladesh - 147,365,352. 8. … Russia - 142,893,540. 9. Nigeria - 131,859,731. 10. Japan - 127,463,611. 11. Mexico - 107,449,525. 12. Philippines - 89,468,677. 13. Vietnam - 84,402,966. 14. Germany - 82,422,299. 15. Egypt - 78,887,007. 16. Ethiopia - 74,777,981. 17. Turkey - 70,413,958. 18. Iran - 68,688,433. 19. Thailand - 64,631,595. 20. Democratic Republic of the Congo - 62,660,551. 21. France - 60,876,136. 22. United Kingdom - 60,609,153. 23. Italy - 58,133,509. The Philippines is in the 12 th place and it has a population of 89,468,677 from the U.S. Census Bureau International Data Base ( Full Answer )
The Philippine population in 2005 was estimated to have been 81,500,000 . It grew to 88,570,000 in 2007 and was estimated to expand to 90,460,000 by 2008. The population of the Philippines during the year 2005 was estimated to be 81,500,000 citizens.
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India's population has been increasing steadily from361 million in1951 to 1028 in 2001 .. 1951- 361 million. 1961- 439.2 million. 1971- 548.2 million. 1891- 683.3 million. 1991- 846.4million. 2001- 1028.7 million
The population of the Philippines in 1997 is almost counted 79.6% when estimated. The rank of the Philippines in year 1997 is 16. The population in 1997 is higher than last years census.
Population Explosion in The Philippines . Population explosion is considered as one of the undisputable alarming obstacles that stand on the path of the less developed countries. These countries produce great numbers in terms of human resources because the birth rate is much higher than in the ri…ch countries, but the rate of employment and production in the poor countries is very low. Definitely this is a very serious problem that the government should never take for granted.. The Philippines belong to the group of these "less developed countries." And as we all know, the growth of population in our country is unstoppable. In fact, the Philippine population is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. It is estimated that 3,000 Filipino babies are born every day, 100,000 every month, or one million a year to round u. In point of fact, our national government declared many programs that emphasize the importance of family planning in order to reduce the growth rate of the population. However, because of some negative effects brought by these artificial methods, and, as mentioned earlier, these cultural and religious bases, many couples do not use them. But most of them have their own individual solutions, and disparities over formulas had often blocked efforts to come up with a solution. So many families are not aware of the programs regarding the population explosion that we have now. For this reason, our country becomes poorer, and the people get stuck in this sticky situation of poverty and squalor. In this lies the problem: at first, the babies need milk, diapers and vitamins. Providing them creates a large number of problems that demand the fullest utilization of the nation's resources. And when they do, they need education, which requires more school structures; they need food, clothing, houses, jobs, etc.. This rapid growth of population is quite hard to endure for it really affects both the social and economic condition of our country. However, population growth cannot be controlled easily because of cultural and religious reasons, not to mention, the Philippines is known to be very conservative and very much Catholic, in its broadest sense. But the trouble is, babies grow up. These are basic needs that must be filled. There will be more babies born 20 years from now than the number of babies that are born this day. There are more babies being born today than there were in the 1970s. ( Full Answer )
As of January 2008, the Catholic population of the Philippines is 81% of the total populace (92,681,453), which amounts to around 75,071,977 Catholics.
1.9% population growth rate eyed by 2010 BAGO CITY, Philippines -- The government is targeting a 1.9 percent annual population growth rate by 2010, according to Social Welfare Secretary Esperanza Cabral. "A census conducted in 2000 showed the Philippine population growth rate was 2.36 pe…rcent, and in a census this year we are estimating that it will show that it has gone down to 2.0 percent per year," Cabral said on Sunday. To accomplish the 1.9 percent growth rate target, the government has been conducting multi-pronged activities, according to Cabral. National government agencies will give capacity training and building for natural family planning methods, while local governments will provide other means of contraception to manage the population, she said. Cabral said lower population growth was important for the country's development. "Our moves towards development and improvement of quality of life of the people will be hampered if our population growth rate continues at a very high rate," she said. Dr. Nafis Sadik, UN special envoy for HIV/AIDS for Asia and the Pacific, also echoed Cabral's views. "All countries now accept that population is at the heart of development, and that achieving gender equality and universal reproductive health is vital to the reduction of poverty and the promotion of human well-being," Sadik said. She urged the Philippines to develop a strong and culturally responsive population policy that "supports the right of all women and men to make free, responsible and informed choices." Sadik said population growth rate in the Philippines remains high compared to all the East Asian countries. Meanwhile, Sadik said there were 40 million people with HIV-AIDS in the world but it was still at a low prevalence level in Asia and the Pacific. She stressed the need for programs for seafarers and sex workers -- among the high-risk groups in the Philippine society -- to reduce the threat of HIV-AIDS. Sadik also cited the importance of providing reproductive health education for adolescents.While some people opposed this move, she said, young people learned about sex from the Internet and their peers. Cabral and Sadik came to Bago City for the 20th death anniversary of Rafael Salas, former executive director of the United Nations Fund for Population Activities. ( Full Answer )
In 2005, the population of the Philippines was estimated to be 85.5million inhabitants. By 2010, the population had increased to 93.3million.
The various ethnic groups in the Philippines identify themselves based on one or several factors like ancestry, language, religion or a shared history. The large majority of the population is composed of lowland groups whose languages are Austronesian, and who had converted to Christianity from Anim…ism, Hinduism, Buddhism or Islam in the three centuries of Spanish colonial rule. From north to south, the most numerous of these groups are the Ilocanos, the Pangasinan, the Kapampangans, the Tagalogs, the Bicolanos and the Visayan. These groups are sometimes said to be part of the Austronesian race and/or Malay race; however, the delineation based on "race" is considered by many to have no scientific basis, especially since Negritos in the Philippines are also considered as Filipinos ( Full Answer )
0-14 years: 34.5% (male 16,043,257/female 15,415,334) 15-64 years: 61.3% (male 27,849,584/female 28,008,293) 65 years and over: 4.1% (male 1,631,866/female 2,128,953) (2007 est.)
Based on estimates of the National Statistics Office, the Philippine population in 2001 was 78,568,100 ..
Try this site or view the statistics . NationMaster.com - Search Results Totals Totals Definition Source Printable version Bar Graph Map Correlations Showing latest ... can't find a 2000-2005 population graph for the Philippines. ... . http://search.nationmaster.com/cgi-bin/search.…cgi?query=birth+rate+graâ¦ . Statistics Index -- CEAS Statistics Resources on Asian Econoâ¦ Philippines and the United States Today (1999/2000, table) ... Asian Population Growth Rates (1980, bar graph ). East Asian Population (1980-1995, bar graph ) ... . http://www.isop.ucla.edu/eas/statistics/index.htm ( Full Answer )
The male population in the Philippines is 47.15 million. The femalepopulation is 46.47 million. This is a total of 93.62 millionpeople.
Based on estimates of the National Statistics Office, the population of the Philippines in 2009 was 92,226,600 (medium assumption). Refer to the Related Link for a summary of projected population by sex and by single-calendar year interval. the answer is 97,976,603 The total population in the… Philippines this year is: 90,500,000(as of January 15, 2009) Philippines is a sovereign country in South East Asia. It is anIsland nation in Pacific and one of the more populated countries inthe region. In 2009 its population was 979,76,600 which has grownto 10377,000 by 2013. ( Full Answer )
The population of the Philippines between 2001 and 2007 was between70 million and 85 million people. In the Philippines the populationis enumerated after every five years.
The population in each region of the Philippines as of the 2010Census and Housing Population by the National Statistics Office: #1, Ilcocs Region 4,748,372 #2, Cagayan Valley 3,229,163 #3, Central Luzon 10,137,737 #4, Calabarzon 12,609,803 #5, Bicol Region 5,420,411 #6, Western Visayas 4,194,579 #7,… Central Visayas 5,513,514 #8, Eastern Visayas 4,101, 322 #9, Zamboanga Peninsula 3,407,353 #10, Northern Mindanao 4,297,323 #11, Davao Region 4,468,563 #12, Soccsksargen 4,109,571 #13, National Capital Region (NCR)11,855,975 #14, Cordillera Administrative region (CAR) 1,616,867 #15, Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) 3,256,140 #16, Caraga 2,429,224 #17, Mimaropa 2,744,671 #18, Negros Island (NIR) 4,194,525 ( Full Answer )
The population of the Philippines in 2004 was 83.9 million people.The capital of the Philippines is Manila, which had a population of1.581 in 2004.
About 91.1 million persons. The projection of the National Statistics Office for 2008 is 90,460,000 Filipinos.. Population . 2009 estimate 91,983,000 . 2007 census 88,574,614 For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wi…kipedia) indicated directly below this answer section. Based on estimates of the National Statistics Office, the Philippine population in 2008 was 90,457,200. ( Full Answer )
Because people in the Philippines don't have family planning.They don't use condoms or pills... etc.
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The conduct of the 2010 Census of Population of Housing is about to end. The result will come much later. Meantime, the result of the 2007 Census of Population shows that the Philippines has a population of 88,566,732, distributed by region thus: . Region 1 - Ilocos Region = 4,546,789 population … . Region 2 - Cagayan Valley = 3,051,487 population . Region 3 - Central Luzon = 9,709,177 population . Cordillera Administrative Region = 1,520,847 population . National Capital Region = 11,566,325 population . Region 4A - CALABARZON = 11,757,755 population . Region 4B MIMAROPA = 2,559,791 population . Region 5 - Bicol Region = 5,106,160 population . Region 6 - Western Visayas = 6,843,643 population . Region 7 - Central Visayas = 6,400,698 population . Region 8 - Eastern Visayas = 3,915,140 population . Region 9 - Zamboanga Peninsula = 3,230,094 population . Region 10 - Northern Mindanao = 3,952,437 population . Region 11- Davao Region = 4,159,469 population . Region 12 - SOCCSKSARGEN = 3,830,500 population . Region 13 - Caraga Region = 2,293,346 population . Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao = 4,120,795 population ( Full Answer )
Population: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com . Population: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com . Population: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com . Population: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com . Population: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com . Population…: 91,100,000 (2008) Source: Answers.com ( Full Answer )
According to the National Statistics Office, the most populatedregion in the Philippines is CALABARZON or Region IV-A , with12,609,803 people (as of 2010).
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As of 2014, there were 3.690 million heads of goats in thePhilippines. The goat industry is very important in the country.
well, on my own idea, as what i have been observed, pre-marital sex, rape, and poverty are the main causes of population explosion.
i the nearest feuture we would have billion of population because many of our own Filipono are addicted to the sex!
- this represents a significant shift from the population control program of the past to one that achieve balance among population, resources and environment.
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Roughly 130,000 people. More or less if you include towns around it like Subulan, etc.
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As of 2009, the Philippines is the world's 12th most populous nation, with a population of over 92 million. In 2009, 11% of Filipinos are living abroad as migrant laborers. An estimated figure of half of the population resides on the island of Luzon. Manila, the capital city, is the eleventh most po…pulous metropolitan area in the world. Life expectancy is 71.09 years, with 74.15 years for females and 68.17 years for males. Population growth rate between 1995 to 2000 was 3.21% but has decreased to an estimated 1.95% for the 2005 to 2010 period. Check this link for the graph:http://www.answers.com/Philippines%20population . ( Full Answer )
The population of the Philippines in the year 2009: 0-14 years: 35.2% (male 17,606,352/female 16,911,376) 15-64 years: 60.6% (male 29,679,327/female 29,737,919) 65 years and over: 4.1% (male 1,744,248/female 2,297,381) 97,976,603 (July 2009 est.)
A disadvantage to population growth in the Philippines is thatresources will become harder to find. Jobs and housing will alsobecome scarce
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As of the 2000 census, the population of the Cordillera Region of the Philippines is more than 1,365,000 people.
The largest cause of population growth in the Philippines is womengiving birth to more children. The average household in thiscountry has between 3 and 4 children.
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The National Statistics Office projects the Philippine population to be 94,013,200 in 2010. 113.43 The population of the Philippines is approximately 91,983,000. The population is projected to be 94.0 million in 2010, but no factual measurements for the exact population are known for 2010 at the m…oment. 101 254 639 ( Full Answer )
According to their census, the population of the Philippines in1990 was 60,703,206 . Just twenty years later (2010), thepopulation was up to 92,337,852.
About ninety percent of the population of the Philippines areliterate. This means that most Filipinos are able to read andwrite.
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It is mostly centered in the base or middle of the island, with and irregular pattern extending outward. The coastline is moderately populated in most places but not as much as the interior.
Population affects the economy of the philippines through lack of jobs,lack of facilities and most of all lack of EDUCATION.As all we know to much population affects also the supplies of food,shelter,quality of service,vacant lots etc.
The most populous would be the main Metro Manila. This would include the counted and the uncounted population int he city.
The Philippines is a populated country because of its climate and wealth of natural resources. Early settlers arrived their in search of new lands which paved the way for modern residents.