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
Internal migration refers to people within a country moving to another location within its borders, whereas external migration, also known as international migration, refers to the act of migration across borders from one country to another. Usually, the motivations for internal and external migration differ.Full Answer >
Arithmetic density of population is the number of all people that live in a "per unit area" throughout a country, and it can be referred to as the "crude density" or "regular density." An example of an arithmetic population density that is much higher than normal can be found in Japan, where there are areas with more than 1,400 people per square mile.Full Answer >
The formula for calculating population density requires dividing the area occupied, typically in square miles or square kilometers, by the number of people living there. Though population density usually refers to people, the term also applies to animals in a particular habitat.Full Answer >
The U.S. Census Bureau published that, in 2013, 1.68 percent of Americans over the age of 25 have doctorate degrees. Of these, 63 percent are male, and 37 percent are female.Full Answer >