$ingaporeans are there in $ingapore?
reports in the $ingapore nation-builder press, it was revealed
that for the General Election on May 6, 2006, a total of 1.22
million $ingapore citizens are eligible to vote. The report states
that this number makes up 56.5 per cent of the total electorate.
The remainder 43.5 per cent of $ingapore citizens cannot vote
as their constituencies are not contested. Only citizens of $ingapore
are allowed to vote.
21 years of age and above are allowed to vote. $ingaporeans age
20 and below are not allowed to vote.
April 26, 2006 that the fertility/ birth rate in $ingapore fell
to 1.83 in 1990, and currently is as low as 1.24 in 2004. The
total number of babies [citizens?] born in $ingapore 2004 was
population of $ingapore is given as 4,351,400 million. Of this
total, 3,553,500 million are termed "residents" [The resident
population comprises $ingapore citizens and permanent residents].
In the 1980 population census, the total population was reported
as 2,413,900 million of which 2,282,100 million were termed "residents".
Figures are from www.singstat.gov.sg.
above information, make an educated assessment:
1] What is
the total number of citizens of $ingapore? Please include in your
total the estimated number of citizens from age 1 to 20.
2] What is
the percentage of non-citizens in $ingapore?
(Please include those who are permanent residents and foreigners.
Also exclude the 100,000 $ingapore citizens reported to be staying
3] Do you
know of any country that has a larger number of non-citizens to
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