Information and facts about the mexican state of Jalisco
Population of Jalisco
The overall population of the state of Jalisco is 6752113 citizens, 3278822 males and 3473291 females.
The population of Jalisco is divided into 2677146 minors and 4074967 adults, with 556526 of them older than 60 years.
Indigenous population of Jalisco
68486 people in Jalisco live in indigenous households. An indigenous language is spoken by 42372 people who are older than 5 years. The number of people who only speak an indigenous language is 2856 and 37439 speak both an indigenous language and Spanish.
A legal claim on health care and social insurance benefits have 3461514 citizens of Jalisco.
In Jalisco about 1598029 households are registered.
1583222 of these households are common houses or apartments, 74076 are without floor and about 51913 consist of one room only.
1465916 of the normal households have sanitary installations, 1420915 are connected to the public water supply, 1500244 have access to electricity.
The economic situation allows 371642 households to own a computer, 1218803 own a washing machine and 1476778 households are equipped with one ore more televisions.
School and education in Jalisco
Besides the 248513 analphabets aged 15 or older, about 74113 minors between 6 and 14 are not visiting a school.
280133 inhabitants of the population of 15 years and older did not visit a school and 1791498 persons did not finish the school. 939039 visited only the 6 years lasting primary school, 1405547 visited and finished the college or similar scholar institutions.
A total of 449661 aged 15 to 24 years visited a school, the medium time school is visited through the whole population is 8 years.
Municipalities in the state of Jalisco in Mexico
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