statistically how many people die in a day
In USA. According to the CIA World Factbook : There are 14.16 births per 1,000 people (2007 est) compared to 8.26 deaths per 1,000 people average is 6,815 daily deaths.
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Weegy: According to the CIA World Factbook, as of July, 2005, there were approximately 6,446,131,400 people on the planet, and the death rate was approximately 8.78 deaths per 1,000 people a year. [ According to our nifty desktop calculator, that works out to roughly 56,597,034 people leaving us every year. That’s about a 155,000 a day. ] (More)
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Updated 11/20/2011 1:01:39 PM
According to the Population Reference Bureau's "2010 World Population Data Sheet" (28-Jul-2010 - see link below), 4.45 people are born every second worldwide, on the average, and 1.8 people die every second. Another way to look at it is: Per minute: 267 born, 108 die, (net population increase: 159) Per day: 384 thousand born, 156 thousand die, (net increase 229 thousand) Per year: 140.4 million born, 56.7 million die, (net increase 83.6 million Read more:
I cited my source Angeeelica. You will not get the exact same figure from every source but 156 thousand and 155 thousand are pretty close. Not sure why you would have flagged my answer, when you just cited another question/answer cite.
Because yours is too old is from 2005 , mine is from 2010 .
Statistically 151,600 people die each day The World Factbook (CIA) Retrieved November 20, 2011 the from Wholesome Words website@
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