Global Christianity – A Report on the Size and Distribution of the World’s Christian Population
2 Today, only about a quarter of all Christians live ... of the world’s population today (32%) as they did a century ago (35%). This apparent stability, however, masks a momentous shift. Although Europe and the Americas still are home to a majority ...
Where the world’s biggest coffee drinkers live
But as it turns out—and as the Times soon thereafter learned—the coffee obsession has much less to do with Larsson than it does with Sweden ... before dividing by the number of people in each country.
The world's most miserable countries
World news does not always fully capture people's level of happiness. Last year, Gallup found a majority of people in the world experienced ... The people in the most miserable countries, on the other hand, were the least likely to experience these emotions.
World Population Becomes More Urban Than Rural
Cities cannot stand alone; rural natural resources can. Cities must depend on rural resources.” In the United States, the tipping point from a majority rural to a majority urban population ... 1.2 billion of the world’s people live on less than what ...
Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.?
which by several measures is the hardest place in America to live ... live 11 years longer, on average — 82.4 years vs. 71.4 years in Clay County. Clay and Los Alamos Counties are part of the same country. But they are truly different worlds.