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Impact of Affirmative Action on Population in Selected Countries


Impact of Affirmative Action on Population 
in Selected Countries

Ranked by extent of relative impact in individual countries

Based on data from CIA World Factbook

Country Males1 Males2 Females1 Missing Males3
Latvia 1,106,347 1,435,272 1,298,579 328,925
Ukraine 22,744,351 29,188,537 26,408,676 6,444,186
China 648,977,040 829,157,363 612,855,442 180,180,323
Russia 68,279,494 85,902,912 77,721,682 17,623,418
Belarus 4,861,572 6,084,636 5,505,147 1,223,064
Serbia 4,854,305 6,019,381 5,127,621 1,165,076
Georgia 2,386,733 2,909,942 2,632,805 523,209
Croatia 2,080,438 2,533,228 2,201,778 452,790
Italy 27,932,154 33,493,940 29,702,173 5,561,786
Germany 40,451,865 47,751,357 42,345,543 7,299,492
Ireland 1,883,075 2,202,338 1,914,182 319,263
Czech Republic 4,993,670 5,834,142 5,278,509 840,472
France 28,914,554 33,616,730 30,415,137 4,702,176
Romania 10,946,646 12,671,262 11,464,475

1,724,616

Belgium 5,007,480 5,784,976 5,234,026

777,496

United States 134,774,894 155,607,545 140,787,779 20,832,651
Norway 2,216,323 2,553,967 2,264,839 337,644
Japan 61,962,706 71,385,930 64,587,270 9,423,224
United Kingdom 29,303,077 33,388,217 30,208,387 4,085,140
Brazil 85,127,991 96,967,366 87,732,379 11,839,375
Mexico 49,457,715 56,249,109 50,892,051 6,791,394
Finland 2,521,412 2,866,580 2,646,074 345,168
Switzerland 3,580,949 4,068,941 3,681,423 487,992
Argentina 18,270,023 20,652,018 18,685,159 2,381,995
Denmark 2,638,540 2,981,839 2,697,854 343,299
Sweden 4,388,032 4,957,127 4,485,020 569,095
Canada 15,476,003 17,468,783 15,805,089 1,992,780
Iceland 138,273 155,721 138,092 17,448
Israel 2,905,280 3,246,350 2,937,174 341,070
Australia 9,551,128 10,630,371 9,617,955 1,079,243
World 3,059,307,647 3,337,305,507 3,019,466,887 277,997,860
Rwanda 3,585,697 3,868,799 3,643,432 283,102
Afghanistan 13,340,105 13,869,607 12,548,692 529,502
India 523,853,097 541,745,533 490,150,720 17,892,436
Saudi Arabia 12,184,900 10,658,490 9,838,606 -1,526,410

Notes:

1: Population counts per CIA World Factbook (for year 2000)

2: Population of boys and men if they had been exposed to the same level of risk that girls and women were exposed to, assuming that the sex ratio at birth for the age groups was equal to that existing now in the various countries.

3: Number of missing boys and men that are not now alive because they were exposed to higher levels of risk than those that girls and women were exposed to.

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Posted 2000 06 14
Updates:
2001 02 11 (format changes)