Over the past 10 years, China's population has continued to grow at a low speed, with an increase of 72.06 million people. The National Bureau of statistics released the main data results of the seventh national census on November 11.
The total population of China is 141.17 million, an increase of 72.06 million, or 5.38%, compared with the 1339.72 million in 2010 (the sixth national census data), with an average annual growth rate of 0.53%, 0.04 percentage point lower than the average annual growth rate of 0.57% from 2000 to 2010.
Data show that China's population has continued to maintain a low growth trend in the past 10 years.
It is worth mentioning that the published results show that the male population is 723.34 million, accounting for 51.24%; The female population is 688.44 million, accounting for 48.76%. The sex ratio of the total population (100 females, male to female ratio) was 105.07, which was basically the same as that in 2010 and slightly decreased. The sex ratio of the birth population was 111.3, which was 6.8 lower than that in 2010.
In view of this situation, experts say that the continuous improvement of the gender structure of China's population will better balance the ratio of men and women.
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