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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEX RATIO AND MORTALITY RATE OF BANGLADESH, INDIA, JAPAN AND USA

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEX RATIO AND MORTALITY RATE OF BANGLADESH, INDIA, JAPAN AND USA

SEX RATIO OF BANGLADESH

Population166,280,712 (July 2014 est.)Age structure0-14 years:32.3% (male 27,268,560/female 26,468,883)15-24 years:18.8% (male 14,637,526/female 16,630,766)25-54 years:38% (male 29,853,531/female 33,266,733)55-64 years:5.9% (male 4,964,130/female 4,870,447)65 years and over:5% (male 4,082,544/female 4,237,592) (2014 est.)Dependency ratiostotal dependency ratio:52.2 %youth dependency ratio:44.9 %elderly dependency ratio:7.3 %potential support ratio:13.6 (2014 est.)

MORTALITY RATE OF BANGLADESH

Infant mortality rate:total:45.67 deaths/1,000 live birthsmale:48.15 deaths/1,000 live birthsfemale:43.09 deaths/1,000 live births (2014 est.)

SEX RATIO OF INDIA

In the Population Census of 2011 it was revealed that the population ratio in India 2011 is 940 females per 1000 of males. The Sex Ratio 2011 shows an upward trend from the census 2001 data. Census 2001 revealed that there were 933 females to that of 1000 males. Since decades India has seen a decrease in the sex ratio 2011, but since the last two of the decades there has been in slight increase in the sex ratio. Since the last five decades the sex ratio has been moving around 930 of females to that of 1000 of males.

MORTALITY RATE OF INDIA

The value for Mortality rate, under-5 (per 1,000 live births) in India was 52.70 as of 2013. As the graph below shows, over the past 53 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 247.40 in 1960 and a minimum value of 52.70 in 2013.

SEX RATIO OF JAPAN

Based on the census from October 2010,Japan'spopulationwas at one of its peaks 128,057,352. As of March 2012 the population estimate was 127,650,000[1]making it the world'stenth-most populouscountry. Current statistics do not indicate much difference in population numbers.[2]Japan's population size can be attributed to high growth rates experienced during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

MORTALITY RATE OF JAPAN

In recent years, Japan has experienced net population loss due to fallingbirth ratesand almost noimmigration, despite having one of the highestlife expectanciesin the world at 81.25years of age as of 2006

SEX RATIO OF USA

Population166,280,712 (July 2014 est.)Age structure0-14 years:32.3% (male 27,268,560/female 26,468,883)15-24 years:18.8% (male 14,637,526/female 16,630,766)25-54 years:38% (male 29,853,531/female 33,266,733)55-64 years:5.9% (male 4,964,130/female 4,870,447)65 years and over:5% (male 4,082,544/female 4,237,592) (2014 est.)Dependency ratiostotal dependency ratio:52.2 %youth dependency ratio:44.9 %elderly dependency ratio:7.3 %potential support ratio:13.6 (2014 est.)Median agetotal:24.3 yearsmale:23.8 yearsfemale:24.8 years (2014 est.)

MORTALITY RATE OF USA

MORTALITY RATE OF MALESMORTALITY RATE OF FEMALES

Population growth rate

Population growth rate

0-14 years:19.4% (male 31,580,349/female 30,221,106)15-24 years:13.7% (male 22,436,057/female 21,321,861)25-54 years:39.9% (male 63,452,792/female 63,671,631)55-64 years:12.6% (male 19,309,019/female 20,720,284)65 years and over:13.9% (male 20,304,644/female 25,874,360) (2014 est.)population pyramid:

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