Which country’s people are most like Norway?

Norway’s population is relatively stable, but that doesn’t mean it’s devoid of people.

A recent study found that, overall, the country is pretty much evenly divided between men and women, with the country’s population making up roughly 75% of the population, while about 17% is made up of ethnic minorities.

The country’s demographics are still largely in line with the rest of Europe, with Norway’s highest concentration of people of European origin and ethnic minorities living in the capital city, Oslo.

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