As of June of 2014, England's population is 53.9 million, and the United Kingdom's total population is 64.1 million. England contains 84 percent of the U.K.'s total population.
The population grows 0.7 percent each year on average, and more than half of that growth comes from births. As of 2014, approximately 30 percent of the U.K. population is age 24 and younger, 41 percent is age 25 to 54, and the remaining 29 percent is age 55 and older. More than 9 million people live in London, and another 4.5 million live in Birmingham and Manchester. More than 87 percent of the U.K. population is white, 3 percent is black and 2.3 percent is Asian.Learn More
An aging population refers to a phenomenon in which the median age of the population in a region or country rises significantly when compared to the total population. This is caused by a declining birth rate or rising life expectancy.Full Answer >
Demographic factors are personal characteristics are used to collect and evaluate data on people in a given population. Typical factors include age, gender, marital status, race, education, income and occupation. Governments use analysis of the demographics makeup in a population to plan strategies and ongoing public service programs.Full Answer >
Around 49.6 percent of the world's population is female, giving a total female population of around 3.52 billion in the world as of 2014. There are 101 men for every 100 women across the globe. At birth, men outnumber women 107 to 100, but male life span is shorter.Full Answer >
As of June 20, 2014, the population of children age 14 and under in the United Kingdom was 10,941,339. This figure represents 17.3 percent of the overall population.Full Answer >