Demographics Data Atlas

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Data Share Description:

Demographics Data Atlas

Data Share Frequency: Daily
Data Share Category: Demographics
Data Share Type: Open
Data Share Date Added: January 1, 2021
Data Share Status: ACTIVE
Data Share Email Contact: info@knoema.com
Data Share Usage Example Q1: What are the world’s top countries by population?
Data Share Usage Example SQL1 Last Tested: January 1, 1970

Data Share Overview:

The Demographics Data Atlas offers a wide variety of population dynamics indicators for most of the world’s countries: population size and growth, age dependency ratios, median age, birth and death rates, fertility rates, life expectancy at birth, migration, population density, natural increase. It also provides population structure data by gender, age, and residence. In addition, there are datasets covering population forecasts, world urbanization prospects, and gender statistics. Topics covered: – Population – Mortality – Fertility – Age – Population Forecast Datasets include: – UN World Population Prospects – UN Human Development Report – World Bank Population Estimates and Projections – World Bank World Development Indicators – U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey – 5 others Please see reference table DEMOGRAPHICS.DATASETS that includes the list of all tables/datasets included in this listing, with key details on each table/dataset including name, source, frequency of refresh, source, documentation on data, etc. Fields include: – Population growth rate – Population density – Net migration – Fertility rate – Crude death rate Sources include the UN, World Bank, U.S. Census Bureau. Datasets are updated within 1-7 days of the most recent data made available by the underlying reporter. More detail on each of the datasets, fields, and sources included in the share can be found at the link in our documentation. Use cases – Making population projections – Tracking demographic trends – Estimating labor force growth

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