Population Quizzes & Trivia

Do you think you are ready for our population quiz? Do you enjoy the study and statistics of population? Maybe you just find population a fascinating subject. Either way, we challenge you to our brilliant population quiz today!

Some of the questions you will be facing are: What is the projected population of the United Kingdom in 30 years time? How much has the world’s population grown in the last 50 years? When was China’s one-child per family policy in place? In which year did the world’s population exceed 7 billion? Do you know the answers to these questions? Do you just want to know the answers anyway? All will be revealed in the quiz! So sit back and learn something new today!
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This quiz tests your knowledge of population, population density, population distribution and population growth.

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 3800   |  Last updated: Nov 22, 2017
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    The number of people living in a particular area at a particular point in time is known as the __________ of that area.

A population is a group of people living in a geographical area who share similar cultures. It is not uncommon for there to be a census designed to know the total number of people in an area. Having covered a topic on population...

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 11778   |  Last updated: May 28, 2020
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    What is the name given to the rapid growth of world population that has taken place since the industrial revolution?

The world has over seven billion people to date and Asia is the most populated continent in the world. There are different ways in which one can use to calculate the population in a given region, which we have covered in the...

Questions: 23  |  Attempts: 839   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2018
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    When all the elements in a population are included in a study, the result is a _____.

A population is the number of people living in a given area. There are an estimated 7.8 billion people in the world today and this number grows with a new day. See how much you know about population from your geography class...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 1226   |  Last updated: May 15, 2019
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    Which of the following is not a reason for decline in birth rates in MEDCs?

This quiz is to test students knowledge about how much they know about over-population, causes, problems and solutions to over-population.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1249   |  Last updated: Jan 31, 2013
  • Sample Question
    What is Over-population?

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