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Principal Languages of the World

Principal Languages of the World

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Principal Languages of the World

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YorubaNigeria, Zou, Benin

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VietnameseVietnam

UzbekUzbekistan

UrduPakistan, India

UkrainianUkraine, Russia, Poland

TurkishTurkey

ThaiThailand

TamilIndia, Sri Lanka

SundaneseIndonesia

SpanishSpain, Latin America

SinhaleseSri Lanka

SindhiIndia, Pakistan

Serbo-CroatianNorth-west Balkan Area

RussianRussia

RomanianRomania

PushtuAfghanistan

PunjabiIndia, Pakistan

PortuguesePortugal

PolishPoland

PersianIran, Afghanistan

NepaliNepal, India, Bhutan

MinChina, Taiwan, Malaysia

MalayIndonesia

KurdishSouth-West of Caspian Sea

KoreanKorea

Kiswahili (Swahili)Kenya, Zaire, Uganda, Tanzania

 

 

Principal Languages of the World Population 2005 – 2013

 

To reach the total figure of countries with over 1.25 million inhabitants, we had to calculate the numbers of 1.25 million families; countries with 100,000 families or less had to be excluded.

 

The results from both sources can be combined by specifying country sizes as having a threshold of 10,000 families. Thus, the top 10 countries are:

 

Japan (1,023,737 families)

 

China (1,025,313 families)

 

Russia (953,865 families)

 

India (960,000 families)

 

United States (956,209 families)

 

Netherlands (912,676 families)

 

Greece (925,334 families)

 

France (903,959 families)

 

Spain (895,747 families)

 

South Korea (863,945 families)

 

FACT: the top 3 families are made up of 2 million people

 

What we see here is not a sign of increasing life expectancy, but of population growth that is disproportionately concentrated in China, India and the USA. The growth in the USA is at the upper end of the population growth spectrum: only 7,000 Americans a year have died since 2008. For China, the number is 7 million (1 million in 2014 and 3 million in 2016). For India, it is 15 million (over 20% of the total population).

 

This is not a new problem. The rise in fertility of 2.1

 

 

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