Global Population Percentages
To understand the global population percentage is for:
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- The global population percentage for whites will have to be triangulated. Currently, the United States is 60.4% white.
- This screenshot shows the U.S. Census Bureau’s release of race and age statistics for 2017. It shows the change in the non-Hispanic white population using data from the censuses of 1970 to 2010, and annual population estimates for 2011 to 2017, based on the recent release. These new numbers show, for the first time, an absolute decline in the nation’s white population of more than 9,000 whites between 2015 and 2016 and more than 31,000 whites between 2016 and 2017. (These new estimates revised earlier census estimates, which showed white gains between 2015 and 2016.)
- The global population percentage for blacks will have to be triangulated. As a nation, the population of the United States is about 15% black.
- The global population percentage for females is 49.6%
- The global population percentage for males is 50.4%
- The global population percentage for Muslims is 24.1%.
- The global population percentage for Christians is 31%.
- The global population percentage for Buddhist
s is 7%.
- The global population percentage for people who are deaf or hard of hearing is 5%.
- To be a part of the 1%, according to the 2018 Global Wealth Report from Credit Suisse Research Institute, you need a net worth of $871,320 U.S. "Credit Suisse defines net worth, or “wealth,” as “the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts.”
- To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don’t even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 is sufficient. The global population of the 1% will have to be triangulated.
Summary Of Our Early Findings Relevant To The Goals
- In our first hour of research we were only able to provide six verified percentages out of the 32 data points required.
- We quickly found that race will have to be triangulated as white and black can mean very different things. The United States and a few other countries had statistics available.
- We found that sexual orientation will likely have to be triangulated as most censuses do not ask those questions, and in fact is illegal to do so in many cases.
- It was found that the latest censuses were done as far back as 2010. We will be using the most up to date census data available.
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