I am dead
How are you
So pleased to meet you
How do you do
Is that your eye
Up in the sky
Do you light up
On the fourth of July
Do you put your teeth
In a glass of water
When you have it off
With your granny’s daughter
Do you vote Labour, Conservative
Are you Communist or are you Liberal
How much does it take to become a fake
Do you ever get to feeling frustrated
Have you ever contemplated
Don’t look at me like that
Are you Queer
No but I’m not being born
Till now next Leap-Year
1970 CENSUS OF POPULATION
United States – April 1, 1970
Total population – 203,392,031
Most populous state – California: 19,953,134
Least populous state – Alaska: 302,173
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Demographics of the United States
As of September 25, 2014, the United States has a total resident population of 318,798,000, making it the third-most populous country in the world. It is very urbanized, with 81% residing in cities and suburbs as of 2014 [the worldwide urban rate is 54%]. California and Texas are the most populous states, as the mean center of U.S. population has consistently shifted westward and southward. New York City is the most populous city in the United States.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – WOW.com Results
China is the world’s most populous country with a population of 1,366,930,000 as of September 25 2014
India is the second most populous country with a population count of 1,249,710,000 as of September 25 2014
Indonesia with an estimated population of 253,899,536 is the fourth most populous country after the US [see footnotes*] followed consecutively by Brazil, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Russia, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Egypt and Germany . . . the list goes on with the UK at number 22, continuing right up to Tokelau (NZ) at number 240 with a population of 1411. This brings us to the three least populous countries or states with populations numbering below one thousand:
Vatican City with 839 [July 1 2012]
Cocos [Keeling] Islands [Australia] with 596 [January 14 2014]
Pitcairn Islands [UK] with 56 [February 1 2013]
The demographics from the 19th century to 2014 for the UK follow.
United Kingdom Demographics
UK Population Census 1881: 29708,8 (Nan, my Mum’s mother was born. She lived till 1970)
UK Population Not Available for 1887 (Gran, my Dad’s mother was born and lived till 1967)
UK Population Census 1916: 39294,7 (My Dad was born and lived till 1998)
UK Population Census 1917: 38521,3 (My Mum was born and lasted till 2009)
UK Population Census 1941: 48220,0 (The year I was Born)
UK Population Census 1970: 55416,0 (Raf wrote Government Census and I composed the music)
UK Population Census 2015: 59949,0 (The year we are heading towards at the time of writing)
The above supplied population counts for each year listed above, look like utter fictitious nonsense. The total figures should be in the millions, not thousands. I have searched vainly so far for a reliable and sane source of information online for this data aside from the tentative estimates gathered since, which will be shown below when prepared.
[My Ref:Dave Doc 2 New, located in Dave Images and Documents Folder]
Dave Draper 2014
Indonesia is a vast archipelago that comprises over 17,000 Islands, which go to form a land mass equating to 1,919,440 square kilometres [735,355 square miles]. This means that Indonesia is the 19th largest country in terms of land mass and it has a high population density, too.
As the 4th most populous country on earth, Indonesia’s 2014 population is estimated at 253,899,536, an increase from 2013’s estimate of 250,585,668.
The last official census recording the population of Indonesia took place in 2010 and it showed that there were 237,424,363 people living on its 17,508 Islands. This equated to a population density of 123.76 people per square kilometer [323.05 per square mile]. Around 58% of Indonesia’s population live on the Island of Java and the statistics involved here make it the most populous island in the whole world.
Indonesia Population 2014
Did you know?
If you lived in Indonesia rather than the US, you’d die 7.2 years sooner, but be 67% less likely to have HIV.
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