Let's get to know "Cuba's Death rate" using Graphs and Charts.
Cuba's latest "Death rate" is 9.15‰.(2019's Research)
The newest updated about survey by worldbank.org for 2019.
(Confirmed on December 30, 2020, 12:00 am.)
Statistical data for 2020 and 2021 will be reflected immediately upon release.
So how has the current "9.15‰" Death rate in Cuba changed compared to the past?
The following transition graph(line chart) shows "Death rate" in Cuba from 1960 to 2019.
*Here is a chart that shows the transition from 1960 to 2019 as a moving year-by-year graph. It is also comparable to the total population.
*If you choose to view Other Statistics, you will be able to compare "Death rate" with over 270 statistics for Cuba.
The following Bar Chart Race shows the changes in the global ranking of Cuba's "Death rate".
The entire history of Cuba's world ranking from 1960 to 2019 is visualized in Bar Chart Race.
*How to see the graph
Cuba is marked with a red frame, and an UP arrow is displayed on the right side when the ranking goes up, and a DOWN arrow is displayed when it goes down.
You can see where Cuba's "Death rate" has been ranked in the world.
This is the overall chart of the Cuba' Death rate graph above.
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Line 1:Years, Line 2:Death rate
Also below is a list of "Cuba's Death rate" from 1960 to 2019. 👆Scrollable horizontally.
Looking at the above graph of "Cuba's Death rate", we can see that the data for 2019, the latest year available, is the highest.
In addition,it is 0.158 more than the previous year, 2018, which means "Death rate" is going up.
In particular, when comparing the latest data with 1978, the year with the lowest data "Death rate", there is a 1.56-fold difference, showing how "Death rate" has increased.
Also, if you are looking for population growth trends rather than Death rate, please refer to this page for a special feature for your consideration.
➡ Population Trends in Cuba (Past to Future Projections)
How high or low is "Cuba's Death rate"?
Looking at the table above comparing Death rate, we see that
|United States of America||328,239,523||8.7‰|
From the above bar graph, we can see that "Cuba's Death rate" data is higher than United States of America's, but lower than Japan's.
In particular, when compared to China, Cuba has 1.3 times more "Death rate".
We can also see that the difference is 1.2 times that of Cuba when compared to Japan.
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Here is an easy-to-understand explanation, using tables and graphs, of where Cuba ranks in the world's "Death rate".
First, let's take a look at "Cuba's Death rate" and see how high it is in the world, using the world "Death rate" ranking chart.
|48||Congo, the Democratic Republic of the||9.29|
|49||Korea, Democratic People's Republic of||9.21|
In this ranking table of the world's highest "Death rate", Cuba ranks 51st out of 201 countries for which statistics are available, indicating that Cuba is one of the countries in the world with a relatively high level of "Death rate".
Below is a graph that shows the yearly changes in the world ranking of "Death rate" and which countries are in the top 10.
For more detailed ranking of the world's highest "Death rate", please refer to the entire list here.
➡ Ranking of the world's highest "Death rate"
The following bar chart compares the average and median of the global ranking of "Death rate" with Cuba.
From the table here, we can see that "Cuba's Death rate" is 1.21 times higher than the average.
Moreover, when compared to the median of 7, we can see that Cuba's Death rate "9.146‰" is slightly higher (1.28 times) than the median.
|Title||"Cuba's Death rate"|
|Period||1960 to 2019|
|License||CC BY 4.0|
|Source||worldbank.org - ( 1 ) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: 2019 Revision. ( 2 ) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, ( 3 ) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, ( 4 ) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Reprot ( various years ), ( 5 ) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database, and ( 6 ) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme.|
Other statistical information about Cuba in graphs is explained in an easy-to-understand way using charts and tables, so please refer to them.
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