You can find on this page the Mexico population map to print and to download in PDF. The Mexico population density map presents the number of inhabitants in relation to the country size and the structure of the population of Mexico in Americas.
The Mexico population density map shows the number of inhabitants in relation to Mexico size. This demographic map of Mexico will allow you to know demography and structure of the population of Mexico in Americas. The Mexico density map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Mexico has a population over 123 million in 2017 as its mentioned in Mexico population density map. It isthe 10th most populated country in the world. It is one of the most populous Spanish-speaking country and thethird-most populous in the Americas after United Statesand Brazil. Approximately 50% of the population lives inone of the 55 huge metropolitan areas in the country.Altogether, around 78.84% of the population of thecountry lives in urban areas, implying that only 21.16%live in rural areas.
Throughout most of the twentieth century Mexico population was characterized by rapid growth. Even though this tendency has been reverted and average annual population density growth over the last five years was less than 1%, the demographic transition is still in progress, and Mexico still has a large cohort of youths. The most populous city in the country is the capital city as you can see in Mexico population density map, Mexico City, with a population of 8.7 million (2005), and its metropolitan area is also the most populous in the country with 19.2 million (2005). Approximately 50% of the population lives in one of the 55 large metropolitan areas in the country.
The Mexican population density is predominantly Catholic (in the 2010 census, 83.9% of the population 5 and older identified themselves as Catholic), even though a much smaller percent (46%) attends church on a weekly basis. About 5.2% of the population was classified as Protestant or Evangelic, 2.1% were classified as "Non-Evangelical Biblical" (a classification that groups Adventists, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses), 0.05% as practicing Jews, and 2.5% without a religion as its shown in Mexico population density map.