According to the Human Development Index, a development scale of 0-1, there are 35 countries and territories/dependencies with a development level of 0.9 or above, meaning "highly developed". The total population (as of 7/1/2008) of the countries in that category is 978,186,023 or 14.6% of world population (6,706,992,932). This means that 85.4% (5,727,771,964) of the world's population lives in developing countries.
According to the HDI, there are 35 countries with a development level of 0.9 or above, meaning they are "highly developed". The total population of the countries in that category is equal to 14.6% of world population.
Less than 2% of the worlds population.
The world's land is 27% and water is 73%. The population of worlds land that is lived on is 12%
About 1/5 (19%) of the world's population.
The population of Canada is about 33 million persons (2010) and that of the United States is about 303 million (2010). So US population is about 918% of the population of Canada. Conversely the the population of Canada as a percentage of the United States population is just over 10%.
80 % of the worlds population lives in countries that are economically developing. so it wud be 80:20
because of size of population,they have the worlds 1st and 2nd largest armies,they are the worlds 2nd and 4th largest economies
because it holds little relevant to the majority of worlds population
30 Present of the worlds population belongs to east Asia
The Indian sub continent is made up of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and some smaller countries in this region. The percentage of people living in this area expressed as a percentage of the total world population, is approximately 22.5%.