99% of North Korea's 23,479,089 population are literate over the age of fifteen. That means approximately 23,244,298 are literate and approximately 234,791 are illiterate. See the Related Link below for more information.
Asked in South Korea, Literacy, History of Korea
What is the literacy rate in South Korea?
According to the CIA World Factbook, the literacy rate in South Korea, overall, is 97.9%. This is broken down into a literacy rate for males of 99.2% and for females, 96.6%. According to the CIA World Factbook, the literacy rate in South Korea, overall, is 97.9%. This is broken down into a literacy rate for males of 99.2% and for females, 96.6%. ...
Asked in History
Which of these answer choices shows that literacy rate and life expectancy are sometimes unrelated?
North Korea has a higher literacy rate but lower life expectancy than some countries. C.C. ...
Asked in Korean War, North Korea, South Korea
Why is the literacy rate in North Korea higher than South Korea?
They aren't, the north does this to boost their standings, the UN said that it was closer to 95% rather than S. Koreas 99. ...
Asked in Jobs & Education, History of England
What are the top ten countries with the highest literacy rates?
According to national self-reported data, there are eight countries with one hundred percent literacy rate: Andorra, Finland, Greenland, North Korea, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norfolk Island, and Norway. Azerbaijan and Cuba round out the top ten with both reporting a 99. 8 percent literacy rate. ...
Asked in Madagascar
What is the literacy rate in Madagascar for men and women?
The total literacy rate for Madagascar is 68.9%. The literacy rate for men is 75.5% and the literacy rate for women is 62.5%. ...
Asked in Demographics
What percent of the US population can read and write?
The literacy rate is calculated for people age 15 and up. The percent of the population in the United States, age 15 and up, that can read and write is 99 percent. There are several countries with a literacy rate of 100 percent including Finland, North Korea, Luxembourg, Andorra, and Norway. ...