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Pop Quiz: Japan

Did you know that Japan has one of the longest life expectancies in the world? Or, that it has one of the lowest fertility rates? Japan’s elderly population is growing quickly and its residents are having fewer and fewer children. As a result Japan is experiencing a shrinking workforce and a shrinking population. Take our Japan population quiz to learn more!

1. In 2015 Japan’s population was 126 million. What is Japan’s population projected to be in 2050?

A. 78 million
B. 97 million
C. 150 million
D. 200 million

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