Population in China

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Statista dossier on population in China

This dossier provides a range of statistics and facts on population demographics in the People's Republic of China.

Table of contents

  • 1. Population
    • Total population of China 2001-2021

    • Population growth in China 2004-2015

    • Population density in China 2015

    • Population in China in 2016 by region

    • Share of ethnic minorities in the Chinese population in 2016 by minority area

    • Population in China in 2016, by gender

    • Number of people in China by age group 2006-2016

    • Labor force in China 2006-2016

    • Median age of the population in China 1950-2100

  • 2. Life and death
    • Number of births in China 2016

    • Mortality rate in China 2016

    • Fertility rate in China 2015

    • Sex ratio in China 2016

    • Sex ratio in China 2016, by age group

    • Life expectancy of men in China 2004-2015

    • Life expectancy of women in China 2004-2015

    • China: share of only children among male and female population under 30 in 2005

    • China: share of people supported by the working population 2006-2016, by age group

  • 3. Urban and rural population
    • Urbanization in China 2016

    • Urban and rural population of China 2016

    • Consumption expenditure per household in Chinese urban and rural regions 2016

    • Number of marriages in China 2006-2016

    • Divorce rate in China 2006-2016

  • 4. Urban family household
    • Average size of households in China 1990-2016

    • Average size of urban households in China 2012, by income group

    • Annual per capita income of households in China 1990-2016

    • Per capita urban household consumption in China in 2014, by use

  • Language: English
  • Released: August 2016
  • Source(s): Statista
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