The United States is home to more than 6.4 billion people, and nearly 90 percent of them live in the United States.
The rest of the world is spread across several dozen countries.
The map below shows the countries where residents of the U.S. live in some form or another.
Each map represents a region or country.
This map is based on the United Nations Human Development Index.
(National Geographic/Courtesy of U.N. Statistics) The map above shows the United Kingdom and Germany.
In the UK, the majority of the population is made up of the working-class people, who make up roughly a third of the total population.
The population is evenly divided between the working and the non-working population.
Germans are mostly older, middle-aged and middle-class, while British people are mostly young, working- and middle class.
The US population in the UK and Germany is roughly equal in terms of the number of people in each country.
The United Kingdom has one of the highest rates of poverty among European countries, with the highest rate of poverty for women, at 34.5 percent.
In Germany, however, the poverty rate for women is below the European average.
The percentage of women in the U, US, UK and German countries who live in poverty is higher than that of any other OECD country, according to data from the World Bank and Oxfam.
This is partly because women make up more than half of the US population, and because the US has lower levels of marriage and birth rates than most European countries.
Both the UK as a whole and Germany have high rates of unemployment and underemployment, and are also among the countries with the lowest levels of health care access.
In addition, the United Sates has one the highest suicide rates in the OECD.
The countries in the map below are in the western hemisphere.
Some of these countries are in Africa.
The Caribbean is a hotbed for illegal trafficking and human trafficking.
In Latin America, the poorest nations have a higher poverty rate than any other region.
The most developed nations, such as Germany, France, Italy and the UK have the highest levels of education and literacy.
In Africa, poverty is particularly high.
The country with the third highest levels is Ethiopia, with a poverty rate of 16.2 percent.
Most of the developing world’s countries have relatively low levels of poverty, but some are not as well-off as those in Europe.
Africa has the highest number of HIV/AIDS cases in the developed world, and has the fourth-highest rate of mortality due to the disease.
(Photo by Alamy) This map shows the population density of countries in Europe and the world as a percentage of the global population.
(Courtesy of GIZ.com) This is based off data from UNICEF and the World Health Organization.
In some countries, such a high proportion of the people live in low-income areas, or are concentrated in the cities, the map may look a little different.
In other countries, particularly in Africa, the number may be much lower.
For example, some African countries have populations that are relatively small and isolated, which are more difficult to access health care services and services, and which may result in higher rates of infant mortality.
For these countries, the higher proportion of people living in urban areas may have a greater impact on health and survival.
For the most part, this map shows that the United State is more than one of those countries.
But, if you want to get an idea of how the United states compares with other countries and to compare how they compare with other nations, this is a good place to start.