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What would happen if the world only had 100 people?

Today, there are 7 billion people on the planet. But what if the world were 100 people? How would they be distributed according to gender, age, geography or religion? How many do you think would be literate? If you guessed 83 out of 100 people, you would be right.  

Check out this infographic by Knowledge Visualization System to learn more.

If the World were 100 People

 Source: 100people.org 

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    Putting things into perspective.
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    worldbankのレポートから。 「世界が100人の村だったら」の、現代版だそうです。 アジアの人口が増えて、ヨーロッパは減ってますね。 大卒は、1人から7人になってます。
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    This is the real power of data.
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  24. revolutiontrainee said: absolutely fantastic. well done, WB.
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    Today, there are 7 billion people on the planet. But what if the world were 100 people? How would they be distributed...
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