World Population, 1950-1975 (ICPSR 7493)

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United States. Bureau of the Census. International Statistical Program Center

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This study collected demographic data for 201 nations and political entities worldwide. Variables include population for each year between 1950-1975, plus the figures for birth, death, and growth rates in 1975.

United States. Bureau of the Census. International Statistical Program Center. World Population, 1950-1975. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1992-02-16.

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South America   Papua New Guinea   Cambodia   Paraguay   Kazakhstan   Syria   Latin America   Solomon Islands   Bahamas   Gibralter   Montserrat   Mali   Panama   Guadeloupe   Virgin Islands of the United States   Czechoslovakia   Laos   Argentina   Falkland Islands   Africa   Seychelles   Zambia   Belize   Bahrain   Guinea-Bissau   Namibia   Finland   Comoros   Faroe Islands   Netherlands Antilles   Yemen   Puerto Rico   China (Peoples Republic)   Madagascar   Ivory Coast   Libya   Western Samoa   Sweden   Malawi   Andorra   Liechtenstein   Poland   Jordan   Bulgaria   Tunisia   Channel Islands   United Arab Emirates   Tuvalu   Kenya   French Polynesia   Lebanon   Djibouti   Brunei   Cuba   Azerbaijan   Mauritania   Saint Lucia   Israel   San Marino   Australia   Soviet Union   Tajikistan   Central America   Myanmar   Cameroon   Cyprus   Bermuda Islands   Malaysia   North America   Iceland   Global   Oman   Armenia   Gabon   Yugoslavia   Luxembourg   Brazil   Turks and Caicos Islands   Algeria   Antigua and Barbuda   Colombia   Ecuador   Moldova   Vanuatu   Italy   Honduras   Micronesia (Federated States)   Haiti   Afghanistan   Burundi   Singapore   French Guiana   American Samoa   Christmas Island   Russia   Netherlands   Martinique   Saint Pierre and Miquelon   Kyrgyzstan   Reunion   Bhutan   Romania   Togo   Philippines   Uzbekistan   Asia   Democratic Republic of Congo   British Virgin Islands   Zimbabwe   Indonesia   Dominica   Benin   Angola   Sudan   East Timor   Portugal   New Caledonia   North Korea   Grenada   Greece   Cayman Islands   Latvia   Mongolia   Morocco   Iran   Bosnia-Hercegovina   Guatemala   Guyana   Iraq   Chile   Nepal   Georgia (Republic)   Isle of Man   Ukraine   Tanzania   West Indies   Ghana   Anguilla   India   Canada   Maldives   Turkey   Belgium   Taiwan   South Africa   Trinidad and Tobago   Central African Republic   Jamaica   Peru   Turkmenistan   Germany   Vietnam (Socialist Republic)   Fiji   Hong Kong   United States   Guinea   Somalia   Chad   Sao Tome and Principe   Thailand   Equatorial Guinea   Kiribati   Costa Rica   Middle East   Kuwait   Nigeria   Croatia   Sri Lanka   Uruguay   Cook Islands   United Kingdom   Switzerland   Spain   Palestine   Liberia   Venezuela   Burkina Faso   Swaziland   Palau   Estonia   Gaza Strip   Persian Gulf States   South Korea   Austria   Mozambique   El Salvador   Monaco   Guam   Lesotho   Tonga   Hungary   Japan   Europe   Belarus   Mauritius   Albania   New Zealand   Senegal   Macedonia   Ethiopia   Egypt   Sierra Leone   Bolivia   Malta   Saudi Arabia   Cape Verde   Southeast Asia   Pakistan   Gambia   Ireland   Qatar   France   Lithuania   Saint Kitts-Nevis   Niger   Rwanda   Bangladesh   Nicaragua   Barbados   Norway   Botswana   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines   Macao   Dominican Republic   Denmark   Mexico   Uganda   Suriname   Saint Helena   Greenland
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
1950 -- 1975
  1. Some of the developing nations included in the study had few or no population censuses, and no vital registration systems providing coverage of births. Consequently, for some parts of the world, the figures presented are rough estimates based on censuses that were available, and on household sample surveys.


201 nations and other political entities worldwide.

population censuses, household sample surveys



2018-02-15 The citation of this study may have changed due to the new version control system that has been implemented. The previous citation was:
  • United States. Bureau of the Census. International Statistical Program Center. World Population, 1950-1975. ICPSR07493-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1977.


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