Demography of Colima

The west central state of Colima is inhabited by just a little more than half a million people, according to the latest census dating back to the year 2006, which means it is the second less populated state in the nation. Population distribution by gender reveals and equitable statistic. Average age is of only 25 years, as its population pyramid is based on a 54% under the age of 29. In terms of education, average schooling reaches 8,4 years, which generally means those over 15 years of age have got as far as second grade of secondary school. Other demographic particulars reveal that as much as 88% of the population resides in urban areas, 24% of which lives in the capital city of Colima; and practically the totality of the population declares to follow the catholic faith, which becomes evident through the many religious festivities and celebrations that fill the yearly schedules.

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