10 most difficult demography riddlesDemography quiz
What is the most populous island of the Carribean?
Hispaniola is the second-largest island in the Caribbean (after Cuba). Its total population of 20M is shared almost equally between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The population of Hispaniola is about twice as large as the population of Cuba (11M).
The most densely populated country in Europe is Monaco. Which country is the second?
the United Kingdom
List of European countries by population density: Monaco (16 500 people / km²), Malta (1230), Vatican City (1190), the Netherlands (465) and San Marino (435).
Which country has no military?
Trinidad and Tobago
Costa Rica is the only country without a military, and has banned a military since 1949. Unlike other small countries, it has no defence agreement with another country, and is defended by the police.
Which of the following countries has the largest population? (For 2017)
The most populous is Poland (38,476,269 people), Canada is smaller (35,623,680), then Sudan (35,345,935), and the smallest is Australia (23,232,413).
Which of the following highly developed countries has the lowest population density?
Apart from Norway (13 persons / km2), the differences between the remaining three are minimal: Australia 3 people / km2; Iceland 3.1; Canada 3.4
Which country of Central America is the most populous?
With over 14 million inhabitants, Guatemala is almost twice as populous as Honduras (7.4M) and Nicaragua (5.7M), even though both Honduras and Nicaragua are larger by area.
Which of these countries is not an absolute monarchy?
Bhutan has transitioned from an absolute monarchy to a multi-party democracy. The development of Bhutanese democracy has been marked by the active encouragement and participation of reigning Bhutanese monarchs since the 1950s, beginning with legal reforms such as the abolition of slavery, and culminating in the enactment of Bhutan's Constitution. The first democratic elections in Bhutan began in 2007, and all levels of government had been democratically elected by 2011. These elections included Bhutan's first ever partisan National Assembly election.
What percentage of Czechs have completed at least secondary education?
Over 90% of Czechs have completed at least secondary education. This is the highest result in the EU ranking right next to Poles, Slovaks and Slovenians.